FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tucson Artist to have Artworks Placed at Phoenician Scottsdale, AZ
KR Moehr, Tucson Abstract Artist, Will Have Prints and Original Paintings Included at the Luxury Resort.
TUSCON, Ariz. – August 2016 – Tucson, AZ Artist KR Moehr announced today that she has been chosen to have three of her works to be included at the Phoenician Scottsdale resort. They are including work from local Arizona artists. Her paintings include distinctive, original works of abstract art. The move comes after several years of growth in the private collector market.
“I am absolutely thrilled to be a part of this collection,” said Moehr. “It’s very gratifying to have my works chosen for the luxury resort and I love that they are working with local artists. I’m looking forward to a trip to Scottsdale after they are hung!”
Moehr has a proven aptitude for creating paintings that fit well in commercial spaces. Most of her works are acrylic on canvas, and she works with lots of texture and earthy tones. Her paintings generally do not require framing as they are completed on stretched gallery-wrapped canvas. She also tends to work in standard sizes that are easy for interior designers to work with.
Moehr is best known for her textured and modern landscape abstract paintings. Much of her work involves nature, water and desert-inspired themes and colors. She works from her studio in Arizona. Moehr’s work is now collected worldwide. Included in the Phonician collection will be two prints of her CASHMERE, a muted modern abstract and EMERGE, a modern textured artwork. (EMERGE was also just featured in an art show in Cincinnati, OH). She will also create two original artworks for the resort.
About KR. Moehr
KR Moehr is a self-taught artist living in Tucson, Arizona. She is originally from Michigan where was influenced by the great works at the Detroit Art Institute. After earning a B.A. in Communications, Moehr worked in marketing and publishing in Portland, Oregon before moving to Tucson. After working to learn and hone her artistic skills, she now paints mostly in the abstract expressionist style and enjoys working with highly textured art. Her medium of choice is acrylics, but she also works with water-based oils and watercolors. As an abstract artist, her only wish is for her art is art to convey a feeling, personalized for each viewer. As such, she focuses on the “face time” each viewer spends with the art, hoping to create a uniquely interactive moment from the first glance.
Her work can be found at www.facetimeart.com and at fine online galleries.
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