“Indian Creek Falls”

I’ve just finished an oil on canvas, “Indian Creek Falls.” This image I painted from a photograph my husband Bob took this past year when we were hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains. This trail was so beautiful! I can’t decide which I liked better … this hike or painting the image of the lovely falls.

Martha K. Moore original artwork
“Indian Creek Falls”

10 x 20″ ~ framed oil on canvas, ready to hang ~ $295

“Cape Lookout”

Martha K. Moore original artwork
“Cape Lookout”

I just finished my largest painting to date … a private commission that is a whopping 6′ x 3′. This is an oil on canvas gallery wrap painting that is a private commission. I’m grateful I had my husband’s help with building the frame for this canvas as I believe it might have been too difficult for me to tackle solo.

Martha K. Moore original artwork
“Cape Lookout” ~ the completed canvas with the artist, Martha K. Moore

“Ocheegee Tupelo”

Martha K. Moore original artwork
“Ogeechee Tupelo”

My newest painting is a custom framed, oil on canvas piece that is 14 x 11″ and available for sale for $240.

This tree is on the St. Mary’s River in northern Florida. It is a “black water” river caused by all the tanin in the water. These huge, twisted trees grow in wet areas all over the southern US.

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“Ogeechee Tupelo” in process

“River and Snow”

Martha K. Moore original artwork
“River and Snow”

We don’t usually get much snow where we live during winter. But the 2017-18 winter has been spectacular! My husband took a photo from one of our winter hikes of this view we had of the First Broad River. This is a highly textured oil painting that is a 35 x 12″ gallery wrap that is custom framed and available for sale for $475.

New 5 x 7″ Gallery Wrap Oil on Canvas

Martha K. Moore original painting
“Mountain Cabin”  •  Gallery Wrap oil on canvas   •   7 x 5″   •  $65

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My newest painting is an oil on gallery wrap canvas called “Mountain Cabin.” I just love finding these old barns! Getting the texture of the old wood is a challenge I very much enjoy tackling.