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Shark’s Ink.

My 2023 lithograph from Shark’s Ink. is now available.

Under Simple Stars, (Great Basin silver spot butterfly), 30 x 22 inches, color lithograph, edition of 15.

Shark’s Ink., 550 Blue Mountain Road, Lyons, CO

303-823-9190

(image: Under Simple Stars, (Great Basin silverspot butterfly), 30 x 22 inches, color lithograph, 2023)

Mark Moore Fine Art

Art on Paper Biennial 2023

Wednesday, September 27, 2023 – Sunday, April 14, 2024

Mark Moore Fine Art is pleased to present the inaugural presentation of the Art on Paper Biennial 2023, a compelling exhibition that celebrates the versatility and transformative power of paper as a medium. The event is exclusively showcased as an online exhibition on ARTSY.

Mark Moore Fine Art on Artsy

(image: Hawaiian Tree Snail, 8 x 8 inches, acrylic on paper, 2023)

Reviews for Kara Maria, Precious and Precarious: Life on the Edge of Extinction

de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA

January 28 – June 10, 2022

• squarecylinder.com, “Jaimie Baron on Kara Maria”, by Jaimie Baron, April 16, 2022

• The Santa Clara, “Kara Maria’s Abstract World of Endangered Animals”, by Matthew Lallas, February 4, 2022

• metroactive, “Kara Maria at De Saisset Museum”, by Grace Stetson, January 26, 2022

(image: installation view, de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University, 2022)

2020 Los Angeles Billboard Show

The Billboard Creative is a non-profit organization that turns billboards into public art sites. An image of my painting Kaleidoscope Eyes was featured on a 12 x 24 foot billboard at North Fairfax Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, CA from February to March, 2020.

www.thebillboardcreative.com

(image: billboard installed in West Hollywood, CA, 2020 (Kaleidoscope Eyes, (green sea turtle), 2017, 26 x 26 inches, acrylic on canvas))

Catalogue of Paintings

Published in conjunction with my 2016 survey exhibition at CSU Chico, this 56-page, full color catalogue is available for $20 (plus taxes and shipping).

(image: Head Over Heels, 2015, 48 x 60 inches, acrylic on canvas, Collection of Ellie Mae, Pleasanton, CA)