As an Outsider Artist, Moore has learned to counter his drawing limitations by experimenting with his own personal symbolisms, using eccentric media in inventive combinations and occasionally blending words into his paintings.
Always sentient of his most inner imagination, he creates fanciful images inspired by those he so often drew as a child. Consequently, both his method and work exude a refreshing innocence and honesty.
"My desire is to speak without the guise of technical mastery," he asserts. "The result is blunt, sometimes primitive but always from my heart."