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All pieces shown in the gallery are available for purchase.
Get to Know the Artist
My name is Brianne Moore and I'm a Kansas City Native, raised majority of my adolescent and teen years in Texas. I excelled at many art forms as a child. Some mediums were charcoal on paper, paper mache and etching. I was not aware that art could be a real career so I worked in different corporate fields, which was very unfulfilling . After being laid off at the age of twenty-eight, I went back to my very first career, cosmetology. I also picked up a paintbrush again and It wasn’t terrible, to my surprise. I explored the benefits of both oil and acrylic medium and decided on acryic. Painting was purely therapeutic so I kept at it, getting better with time. I'm known for the vibrancy, relatability and strong features in my portrait art. Texture is very integral in the creation of a lot of my pieces as well. Throughout the years my creativity shifts and flows as life happens. It’s been a journey and very rewarding to hear and see how my art resonates with women who see it.
For completed, original artworks and prints, please allow a 7-10 day turnaround including shipping. The turnaround and shipping for commissions are individual.
Refunds and returns accepted in the case of damaged art. If you have any other concerns regarding your purchase, please send me an email and I will gladly work with you towards a solution. Thanks!
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The Other Art Fair Dallas
May 15, 2023
I’m seriously reeling right now. I was awarded The New Futures Award with The Other Art Fair and Saatchi Art! I Spent four amazing days with some of the most talented and unique artists and art local & international. Big thank you to the curation team at The Other Art Fair and Saatchi Art for the opportunity and the exposure. I was blown away by how much support was given and received at the fair. Artists and guests alike were just really kind and open to conversations. The feedback from literally everyone was so encouraging and confirming. I’m so glad I got to be a part of such an amazing event.
There were so many artists from all over the globe. Meeting new artists always excites me because a lot of us are kindred spirits and can speak the same artsy language. A lot of knowledge was shared and even though there were slight language barriers, we were able to connect and went to each other throughout those four days to take a break from standing in the same spot. I liked that part a lot. (What?! 😱 I enjoyed talking?) lol Yep!
So let me brag on my husband and my mom. I did not have to stress about anything this last week. They juggled the girls and their schedules, made sure everyone ate and allowed me to get ready for the fair with no incidents. My husband was there to support me every day of the fair while my mom took care of the girls. He took all of these videos and a lot of the pictures you see here. He was on his job! 💪🏾🤎🤎🤎 My best friend, my really good friend and a few of my long time clients came to support. I really felt the love this weekend. This was such a big deal because it forced me to be uncomfortable to get comfortable. I’ve always had stage freight so to speak. So to have an audience with @blackgirlsinartspaces coming in and showing us love 🤎🤎🤎 I am so grateful. I’m so proud of me. I stumbled through some of it but hey, I did it. Lol