Kurt Moyer finds inspiration in the natural world, the language of paint, and the master artists that came before him.

Subjects for his most recent works focus on the timeless themes of landscape and bathers. Kurt’s paintings are deeply rooted in the study of nature and the perceptual painting tradition. He finds a strong connection to artists of the past through the process of careful observation.

Originally from the southeastern Pennsylvania, Kurt now lives and works in Pittsford, NY with his wife, Erin, and their daughter, Emma. His paintings have been exhibited widely throughout the North East in select public and private institutions including: The Gross McCleaf Gallery, the eDavid Gallery, the Susan Maasch Gallery, the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Allentown Art Museum, Pennsylvania State Museum, Penn State University, Loyola College, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, and the Phillips Museum at Franklin and Marshall College. Kurt Moyer is represented by the Gross McCleaf Gallery in Philadelphia.

The presentation is open to the public with a $5 free will donation. Water will be available, attendees are encouraged to bring snacks, if desired.