John Moyers

John Moyers grew up in an artistic environment in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His father, sculptor and painter William Moyers, was his first role model. As a child, Moyers displayed a natural affinity for art, and during his early years—surrounded by paintings and sculptures—he was able to experiment with charcoal, India ink, and watercolors. Eventually he moved on to acrylic and oils...

He has always tried to stretch the boundaries of Western art, much of the time doing so with a contemporary twist. Moyers paints Native Americans, cowboys, themes from Old Mexico and New Mexico, and landscapes. “I paint what excites me. . . . The more you paint, the more comfortable you get with process. Hopefully, I’m improving all the time.”

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Moyers' Positive (L) & Negative (R)

Buffalo Days • oil • 36 x 36 in.

Moyers' Pulse of the People

Pulse of the People • oil • 36 x 36 in.

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