Art of War
By Sgt. Phillip S. Moore
Sgt. Phillip Scott Moore shares his story with us about his time overseas through his photos and his paintings. Rendered through soft pastel from some of his own photos overseas, “The Art of War” is an 18 piece showing through the color-blind eyes of this eclectic war hero. Moments in time that were captured to share with the rest of us, are explained through subtle wording and relentless color schemes. Despite his extreme color-blindness, Phillip is courageous enough to just paint what he sees, not what he thinks the rest of us see. Painting this way is not only bold, but liberating from the confines of color theory. The ultimate story of the healing power of art. Phillip hopes to inspire other veterans to seek for their joy and happiness.
Notecards, prints and Giclée are available for purchase. Original paintings are not available for purchase.
All 18 paintings are on exhibit at the North Port Art Center located at 5950 Sam Shapos Way in North Port Florida until the end of the year. The "Art of War" will travel to the City of North Port City Hall in January 2022. A reception will be held on February 18th, 2022.
Veteran Art Scholarship
Images of Therapy and the North Port Art Center bring to you the Sgt. Phillip S. Moore Veteran Art Scholarship.
Click the link below to find out about the healing power of art.
All notecards, prints and Giclée prints are printed by:
Nellie's Notecards and Wilson's Whimsies