J. Robert Moore with Betty White 1988

 

J. Robert Moore

Website:  jrobertmoore.com

Email:  jrm@jrobertmoore.com

Facebook:  facebook.com/jrobertmooreartist/

Pinterest:  pinterest.com/jrobertmooreart/

  • Education–Art major, Ventura College and Chaffey College
  • Solo Exhibitions and Juried Shows
    • Moon River Theater Gallery, Branson, MO, Summer of 1997—Solo exhibition hosted by singer and television star Andy Williams
    • Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association—Featured artist in two fine art exhibitions hosted by actress Betty White
    • La Casa del Zorro Resort, Borrego Springs, CA—Three solo art exhibitions (A percentage of the proceeds donated to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park’s Peninsular Bighorn Sheep habitat restoration project)
    • Los Angeles Audubon Society’s Wildlife and Environmental Art Exhibition —Featured artist and creator of the commemorative fine art print
    • Los Angeles County Fair’s “Sea Life Exhibition”—Winner of Best in Show award for original water-colored paper sculptures
    • Wildlife West Art Festival, San Bernardino County Museum, juried artist
    • Solo art exhibition hosted by and in the private residence of Dr. Bernie and Nell Stamper, founders of the Lindora Medical Clinics
    • Solo art exhibition hosted by and in the private residence of Jim and Sandy Offield of the William Wrigley Jr. Company
  • Gallery Representation      
    • Santa Fe Fine Art Brokerage–Santa Fe, NM
    • John Moore Gallery of Paper Sculpture—Idyllwild, CA
    • Animal Attraction Gallery—Santa Fe, NM
    • Animal Attraction Gallery—Laguna Beach, CA
    • Water Street Gallery—Santa Fe, NM
    • El Parian de Santa Fe Fine Art Gallery
    • The Ram’s Head, Borrego Springs, CA
    • Foundation Galleries—Maui, Hawaii
    • Art Trends Fine Art Gallery—San  Bernardino, CA
  • Movie and Theater Work
    • Twentieth Century Fox, Motion Picture Division—Movie poster art design
    • The Muppet Movie, 1979—Worked with Jim Henson and Frank Oz as the “Muppeteer” of the characters “Baskerville” and “Droop”
    • Bob Baker Marionettes, Los Angeles—Assistant to Frank Paris creating and constructing puppets for theater performances
  • Commercial Applications
    • Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA)—Created an original water-colored paper sculpture which was used as the Los Angeles Zoo logo in advertising and on books, stationary, and zoo clothing.
    • Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA)—Created original white-on-white paper sculpture of the critically-endangered Sumatran Rhinoceros which was reproduced as a limited edition lithograph.  Sales raised funds for the zoo’s endangered species program.
    • Leanin’ Tree Greeting Card Company—Six images of original paper sculptures and watercolor paintings have been used on greeting cards, fine art tiles, and clothing.  “Winged Fantasy,” original water- colored paper sculpture, was Leanin’ Tree’s Number One selling image in 1994.
    • Northwind Studios, Ventura, CA—Collaborated with Gregg Hessel and Karen MacPherson creating, painting, and sculpting limited edition original water-colored paper sculptures and fine art prints; advised in studio by Siegbert Reinhard, internationally renowned paper sculpture artist best known for “The Rehearsal,” a four-by-six foot white-on-white paper sculpture of the Alban Berg String Quartet.
    • International Tournament of Roses, Pasadena, CA—Rose Parade float artist and design assistant
    • Medieval Times, Buena Park, CA—Graphic arts and large sculpture design, creation, and installation
    • Jeff Levy on Computers, KFI 640 AM Radio, Los Angeles—Created original logo for the show.
  • Published Books
    • Branson Bear and the Honeyberry Pie, by Ken Forsse, illustrations by John Moore, Xploractive Concepts, 1997, ISBN 1-890315-05-2, Library of Congress Number 97-93195
    • Branson Bear and the Kite Contest, by Ken Forsse, illustrations by John Moore, Xploractive Concepts, 1997, ISBN 1-890315-00-1, Library of Congress Number 97-93196
    • Los Angeles Zoo Cookbook, cover art by John Moore, Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association
  • A selection of J. Robert Moore’s Private and Corporate Collectors 
    • Nancy Utley, President of Fox Searchlight Pictures
    • Shari Lewis, television star, and her husband Jeremy Tarcher, publisher
    • Ken Forsse, creator of Teddy Ruxpin audio-animatronic teddy bear  (best-selling toy in America, 1985 and 1986), and The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin television show; “imagineer” for Walt Disney Productions
    • The Wrigley-Offield family, William Wrigley Jr. Company
    •  Just Born Candies CEO, Bethlehem, PA
    • Dr. Bernie and Nell Stamper, founders of the Lindora Medical Clinics
    • Robert Wright, Vice President of Publicity for ABC Television, retired
    • Rebecca Webb Wilson, Past President of the Memphis Zoological Association