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Lived/Active: Texas      Known for: bronze and welded sculpture, jewelry

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Biography from Thornwood Gallery:
Pat Moberley-Moore’s work is about exploring emotions.  She does so in a sculptural format, often using clay that she fires herself, or that, through the foundry process becomes a bronze limited edition.  Currently, she is adding welding to her working vocabulary.

Moberley-Moore graduated from the University of Houston with a B.F.A. cum laude and a BS in Education, summa cum laude.   Her major was in jewelry and metalwork. She has been a judge for scholastic art competitions and an artist-in-residence in the public schools, a faculty member of The Galveston Art Center on the Strand, and a co-director and curator courses juried exhibits both in and out of the state.

Her commissioned work includes two sculptural pieces for Memorial Presbyterian Church, a bas-relief bronze commemorating Texas Gulf High School, and various wall, table and jewelry pieces. 

She has recently completed a commissioned bronze edition of The Reader, which is being used to raise money toward a chair in literacy at the University of Kentucky.  Her bronze award designed for The Foundation for Interfaith Religious Ministries, resides with such notables as Rita Coolidge and Waylon Jennings.  A second award, Sustaining Presence, designed to be awarded for “humanitarian works”, has been presented to former First Ladies, Roslyn Carter and Nancy Reagan.  The award was also presented to First Lady Bush in February, 2004.

For the last three years, Moore has worked closely in collaboration with two women (a painter and musician) in an exploration of the spiritual quest of women.  As a result, a long dormant interest in writing has awakened, and she began adding “word” sculpture to her repertoire.  Together, they evolved in a traveling exhibit, which has had venues in Texas and Florida over the last five years.

Most recently, Moore was invited to exhibit with a small group of Texas sculptors at the TAACCL in Clear Lake, Texas, and in the Texas Sculpture Association’s juried show of 2000 at the Meyerson Symphony Hall, Dallas.  She received both the Judge’s Award and the Best of Show Award at the Hill Country Arts Foundation’s National Show in 1999, and a First Place in Sculpture at the 2003 Brazosport Art League’s Open Show.

Membership in The Texas Society of Sculptors, The National Sculpture Society, The National Society of Women in the Arts, and the American Medallic Sculpture Association has continued to be an important part of Pat’s creative life.

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