May 13 2022

Seabrook Island Artist Guild Analyzes The Art Of The Voice

Staff Report for The Island Connection

On May 17, the Seabrook Island Artist Guild will hold its Developing the Voice of the Artist presentation. The event will go from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. at The Lake House. Larry Moore is an artist, author, and instructor/ creative coach who resides in Charleston. Moore has a diverse background as a visual communicator: Advertising and design, fine art, plein air painting, illustration (35 years) where he worked in almost every medium and style. In his artistic exploration, Moore discovered that the creative process behind all of these approaches is pretty much the same. His acquired knowledge led to teaching critical thinking. As an instructor/coach, Moore strives to give people a way to access their creative spirit. Moore’s presentation at Seabrook will focus on developing the voice of the artist and will include a time-lapse video. Moore is the author of “Fishing for Elephants: Insights and Exercises to Inspire Authentic Creativity,” a workbook that can be used by anyone to enhance their creativity quotient. The first half explains the mechanics of creative/critical thinking, it’s a left-brain approach to a right brain event. The second half is filled with exercises that anyone can do.  Moore is also the author of numerous articles and videos about his art and creative approach. He is the recipient of multiple awards and his work has been included in many museum exhibits in Florida, New York, California and Maryland. In Charleston, Moore is represented by the Horton Hayes Gallery and in his own studio (Larry Moore Studios on Queen Street). 

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