Fine Art Studio of Anderson R.Moore | Fly Fishing Artist

“Having grown up along the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, playing in the Cache La Poudre River as a kid in northern Colorado, and privileged to paint and fish the other magical rivers in the Mountain States, the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, I will always be connected to the west. Many of my inspirations come from long days spent fishing on the river and tying flies stream-side. I am so blessed and privileged to live and travel some of the most spectacular and pristine wilderness in the world and play an active role in it’s preservation through my art and fly fishing.” A.R. Moore

Anderson, is a fly fishing junkie, (junk-ie also junk-y (j ng k ). n. pl. junk-ies Slang- one who lives, sleeps, eats and breaths fly fishing) and a full time, self taught artist in silk painting, oils, watercolor, and scratchboard. Anderson has been in both Colorado and Pacific Northwest art markets for years and is well known for her fly fishing and scratch board art. "An Artist no longer living in the shadows of painting by night, working by day. Painting and drawing what ever moves me, I paint mostly fly fishing inspirations, and what ever fun things I can on silk." Over the last decade, Anderson has expanded her means of expressing her views using the ancient art of Silk Painting. In the process of silk painting she is continuing to perfect her own style in a specialized technique taught to her by Karen Sistek, Master Silk Painter from Port Angeles, Washington. Working very hard to one day becoming a Master Silk Painter herself.

Anderson teaches classes in silk painting for beginners and advanced artists in both a classroom setting and extended advancment through private instruction.

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