Sally Moore was born in Barry, South Wales in 1962. She trained at the Ruskin School of Art, Oxford, and subsequently won a scholarship to study at the British School in Rome. From an early stage in her career Sally’s paintings made an impact, winning her awards at the National Eisteddfod, and at the 1996 Discerning Eye Exhibition in London, where William Packer awarded her the critic’s prize. In 2005 she won the 'Welsh Artist of the Year' Award.
Because of her painstakingly detailed style of painting, Sally’s exhibitions are infrequent - this show consists of only 15 new paintings. Sally says of her work; “Each paintings attempts to capture an intensemoment. These moments can be pleasurable but sometimes they can be confusing and distressing. Their memories stay with me both in reality and in my dreams”.
Sally’s paintings are in numerous public and private collections, including the National Museum & Gallery of Wales, National Library of Wales, Newport Museum and the Contemporary Art Society.
All the work is for sale and Collectorplan is available.