This piece is a triptych, meaning it is composed of three separate canvases. It is part of my Tuolumne Meadows series, inspired by my time in the Yosemite Valley. I took a particularly amazing hike with family and friends, capped off by jumping into frigid Elizabeth Lake in the shadow of Unicorn Peak. I was entranced by the numerous waterways pocketing the land and the sense of expansiveness I felt. This piece is on a gallery wrapped canvas and finished with matte black paint on the edges. It comes sealed with archival gloss varnish and wired to hang.

- Carole Moore

Passing Coolness

Acrylic painting on stretched canvas

Signed on front and back

12" h x 20" w x 1.5" d
3 lbs. 12 oz.



Carole Moore
San Francisco, California

Getting to Know Carole

Carole Moore works as a massage therapist and finds a lot of inspiration in her various clients. Art is something she needs to do — she feels irritated when she goes without painting for too long. Oftentimes, she sits on her feet while painting and does not notice they are asleep until she tries to get up. She enjoys spending time with her family, tending her garden and rock climbing. Carole currently lives in California, but was an exchange student in Mexico and Japan and was highly influenced by both cultures.