Gregory Moore art exhibit on display at Botanical Garden of the Ozarks

“Oven Bee” is painted on the inside of an oven door that artist Gregory Moore found in his friend’s backyard. It is one of eight of Moore’s works on display in the Veggie Garden at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks.

Photo: Botanical Garden of the Ozarks

A temporary exhibit of work by artist Gregory Moore will be on display through May at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. The work, titled Reclaimed Surfaces: Paintings by Gregory Moore, features acrylic paintings on found objects that are uniquely stained, rusted or otherwise damaged.

“As I paint, I let the characteristics that attract me to the piece guide my painting, overlaying imagery that integrates and honors the character of the found object,” said Moore.

Exhibit guides are available in the Visitors Center with details on each piece, including where it is located in the garden.

“Shelf Catfish” by Gregory Moore

The paintings are also for sale and may be purchased by contacting the artist directly at [email protected] A portion of the proceeds will support the garden’s mission of providing education, celebrations and recreation for the Northwest Arkansas community.

For additional information about the artwork, see the Exhibit Guide.