Kristin Moore, a native Texan, completed her MFA at Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles in 2016. Her work explores the landscapes of California, Texas, and the highways in between. Influenced by artists such as Ed Ruscha, Moore explores Americana, pop culture, and nostalgia through the lens of architecture and cityscapes. As a homage to Hollywood, Moore also finds inspiration in the world of film from visionaries such as Ridley Scott, Sophia Coppola, Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, and more.
She has been named one of Saatchi Art’s 20 Artists to Watch in 2020, and a top 10 finalist in the New Western Talent juried exhibition currently on view with Western Gallery in Dallas. Moore’s paintings can be found in collections across the U.S. and Europe. Her work has been exhibited at The Other Art Fair in Dallas, and in group exhibitions with Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans, the Bolsky Gallery in Los Angeles, and the Yards Collective in New York, among others. She has had solo exhibitions in Los Angeles and Austin. Moore currently lives and works in Dallas, TX, and is a studio artist at The Cedars Union.