Maggie Moore


Maggie Moore



Through my work I am exploring ideas relating to man's relationship with nature throughout time, finding inspiration within themes of religion, mythology, poetry and literature.

I work in a variety of media, employing that which is best suited to capturing the essence of my subject or communicating a specific idea.

Prefering to explore one subject in some depth before moving onto another, I tend to work in series.


1986-DateHer work has been exhibited in numerous group shows and galleries throughout the country. Her paintings have featured in publications of 'Travelling the Turf' and 'Horse and Rider' magazine and she has featured in broadcasts on London Plus and BBC Radio (Divine Art series)
2007Go Racing commission to produce a pice of work for the 2007 Trainers Award
2005York Race Committee commission to produce painting and exclusive print run for use as winning owners prizes.
2004Work represented in Spinal Injuries Association exhibition 'The Spirit of the Horse'
1993Work represented in the Spinal Injuries Association exhibition 'Art and the Racecourse
1991Work represented in the International League for the Protection of Horses exhibition 'The Horse in the Environment'
1991Moved to East Yorkshire wher she now lives and works
1989Season spent working with Polo Ponies leading to a series of paintings on this subject
1987Awarded Daler-Rowney prize at Society of Equestrian Artists axhibition.
1986Moved to London to pursue career as a professional artist.
!980-1986Taught art full time in South and East Yorkshire.
1976-1979Studied Visual art Bretton Hall College,Leeds University qualifying as a teacher of art.

Exhibition History

09/2013East Yorkshire Open Studios
07/2013Marshchapel Arts
05/2013 and 08/2013Art and Rose Gallery Pocklington
05/2013Ropewalk Gallery, Barton upon Humber
08/2012Marking Time - Sledmere House
07/2012Marshchapel Arts
06/2012Wingbeats - Creation Fine Arts
06/2012Printmakers Exhibition - Duckett and Jeffreys
09/2011Scribed - Beverley Minster
09/2011Heritage Weekend - Beverley Friary
07/2011Marshchapel Arts annual exhibition
04/2011 - 09/2011Ways of Seeing - Sledmere House
09/2009Carved - Beverely Minster