moore guestbook entrys.................................


please take me home...............


clik hear and sighn my silly guestbook.... 





Impressive Mr Marvin a true testment to self actualization Michael Casselman, Huntington Beach, CA, USA Monday, October 29, 2003 at 23:42:59

I look at your "offerings" and see the talent of a psychotic 4 year old dropping acid. Seriously, do you have small children doing your painting for you? If so, I trust your're sharing the fruits of their labor with them. $$$$ Enjoy your capitalistic journey. $$$$ $400-$500 for a 30 to 45 minute "slapping & throwing of paint, sand, rocks, & boxer shorts"?????? Doesnt that make you feel the least bit guilty?

Rick Weaver, Chicago Illinois, USA, No Email Address

Tuesday, October 28, 2003 at 15:32:39

Great art great name.

KELLIE &KELLY MOORE cleburne tx Monday, October 06, 2003 at 21:30:58

Anjoelia...what a pompous and self-important soul she must have. I shudder to think what she must festoon her walls with! Probably Elvis on Black Velvet. Keep painting Kelly. The best artist always break the rules. Oh, great site!

Halisnotmyrealname, October 5, 2003 at 21:08

Wow! Can hardly wait for your gallery opening! I'm excited for you and the artist you will be showcasing. Will look for you there. Your work is so much more impressive in'person'.

Vern, Fayetteville Arkansas, Tuesday, September 16, 2003 at 16:08:32

really think your artwork is wonderful...please include my email address in your "announcements to interested customers" list.

nancy timyan, western springs il, usa Monday, September 15, 2003 at 18:55:29

Wild! Wow never knew you had talent! It was interesting to see Dan, Dana, and Derek's comments on here. Keep up the good work!"Show me what you got for a pork chop" -Chingy, 2003

Shannon Robbins, Jonesboro AR Sept 9 2003

Just wanted to encourage you to continue your wonderful work!
Booneville, CA USA - Saturday, August 16, 2003 at 08:30:44 (CDT)

Just wanted to congratulate you on your work!
James Aormntai
LA, CA USA - Friday, August 15, 2003 at 13:03:12 (CDT)

Kelly, hi, this is really marvellous, marvellous, marvellous work - hit me right in the heart - I love the colours, I love the handling - it made me very happy ! Never mind the ugly detractors - remember, nobody kicks a dead dog ! :-) By the way have you seen Ordie4 (WetCanvas)'s work ?Bloody marvellous too ! Keep up the great work - keep spreading the good cheer ! I'll stop by again. Warm Regards, Maysun
Nasik, India - Wednesday, August 13, 2003 at 12:34:04 (CDT)

I liked your paintings.
Jimmy Lake
FLA, USA - Sunday, August 10, 2003 at 11:12:52 (CDT)

Looks like you've become a parody of yourself. From your drips to your guestbook, you are one big walking cliche'. Tortured artist, misunderstood and under-appreciated by the people that "don't understand what it's all about" I'd write more, but I have to go puke now.
art fan
USA - Thursday, August 07, 2003 at 11:35:01 (CDT)

hi. just looking around. i'm in the self taught group. love your freedom and whimsy. i scrolled down to read the crazy lady below. did you laugh or cry or get mad? I would hate to have those opinionated creeps leaving their bad karma lying around so i don't have a guest book on my site. I seldom believe people's complements either so I don't need a guestbook. one day some lady was admiring a floral i had hanging in a coffee shop. it was a small piece, about 11 X 14 and I would rather keep it than give it away cheaply, of course. I wanted a big ol 90 bucks for that painting, the product of my wee bit of experience and imagination, art supplies and effort. She would get to keep it forever, of course, enhancing her home and her life. But alas, she bitched about the 90 bucks then went back to her espresso and crumpets. I wonder what her coffee shop bill is every month?
jay ferranti
USA - Tuesday, August 05, 2003 at 22:55:03 (CDT)

Kelly...Im a self taught artist as well and just wanted to say I really admire your paintings and that you have stayed true to your vision. Your colors and textures have been an inspiration to my own art and would like to thank you for that. Maybe we can exhibit together sometime in the future. PS....what is up with people slamming you or your work when they dont know you, dont even leave an email address? They should get a life if you ask me. I wont ask you but my email address is attached.
Jay Boyd
Detroit, USA - Wednesday, July 30, 2003 at 10:10:59 (CDT)

Damn, could your ego be any bigger? Seems unlikely...
Chris Moore
CA USA - Monday, July 28, 2003 at 18:42:55 (CDT)

Dortmund/lünen, Germany - Monday, July 21, 2003 at 08:29:35 (CDT)

Love your work. ElSpotros gallery stop by sometime
Virgil (spot) Daniel
prescott, ar USA - Sunday, July 20, 2003 at 23:50:38 (CDT)

Kelly, I find your art real, raw, emotive, and playful with a profound message. You redefine art brut in a style outside labels and boundaries. Your inner workings which fuse with the canvas speak my language. Break all the rules!!!!
Santa Fe, NM USA - Sunday, July 20, 2003 at 13:53:01 (CDT)

Wonderful, awesome, so colorful, makes me want to crawl into a painting and just live there. Your style makes me feel like I'm dreaming, happy dreams.
NitA Joan Bunge
Rutledge, GA USA - Friday, July 18, 2003 at 09:10:50 (CDT)

Wow. Good to see you have fully blossomed with your true talent. Congratulations and peace.
USA - Thursday, July 17, 2003 at 22:21:38 (CDT)

That painting "sunny day" scares the bejeezus out of me!
Joshua Still
Oregon, USA - Monday, July 14, 2003 at 17:09:26 (CDT)

Red Hair Woman.
Randel Plowman
Bellevue, KY USA - Saturday, July 05, 2003 at 22:01:31 (CDT)

If you cant think anything nice dont think anything at all. and certainly dont write it. Kelly you ROCK!! ignore the mean people
USA - Tuesday, July 01, 2003 at 14:48:26 (CDT)

Hey Kelly, I happened to stumble upon your site. WOW!!! So much work you are doing. Go Girl!! Beautiful beautiful Beautiful pieces. I feel inspired now after looking at your colors and movement. Each piece has it´s own emotion. Well done!! Keep going with your art it is truely bad ass. I can´t wait to see more. Hope the future brings about all of your dreams. Take care, Jenny
Jenny Hall
fayetteville, AR USA - Tuesday, July 01, 2003 at 14:37:33 (CDT)

ebbyii ogaranya
lome, Togo - Saturday, June 28, 2003 at 13:38:06 (CDT)

Your art encourages me to use my imagination........... Now go PAINT! Lisa Alvarado ; )
Lisa Alvarado
Fayetteville, AR USA - Friday, June 27, 2003 at 15:44:16 (CDT)

I love that quote, "Art is the highest form of hope." I am adding your page to my homepage's list of artist links. Hope you dont mind.
fayetteville, - Wednesday, June 25, 2003 at 13:25:44 (CDT)

Your intuitive, complex stream of consciousness creates a powerful experience for those that encounter your paintings. You express such stunning imagery. Viewing your website is an amazing journey!
Sue Ellen
MO USA - Tuesday, June 24, 2003 at 18:05:53 (CDT)

Kelly, glad I happened on some of your work on Ebay while posting one of my partner's paintings. Don't know what's wrong with people coming onto someone's art site and dissing them, if you don't appreciate it, stay away. Hell, I certainly do, that's why I don't watch cnn faux-news msnbc etal. Anyway, keep your spirit goin, and i love the Mother piece the best, wish I could buy it. Now I must check out your rants section - perhaps I should add a similar page to my site? seeya in the art plane.... my site: my son's site: my partner's site:
pensacola, fl us-of-a - Tuesday, June 24, 2003 at 12:06:12 (CDT)

Really enjoyed your artwork...keep up the good work and please let me know when you show your work in Austin Texas. Also enjoyed your drips page with the quote.
Jess Cox
Austin, TX USA - Sunday, June 22, 2003 at 18:58:45 (CDT)

Your site sucks! no kidding, I dont know where others get their good comments, but Kelly, no offense, I am just being true! Thanks
Kelly's true critic
Fayetteville, Arkansas USA - Wednesday, June 11, 2003 at 09:19:54 (CDT)

Kelly, you must be getting very popular. I just saw your paintings hanging in the hallway outside of my little girls 3rd grade class. Way to go!!!
Little Rock, ar USA - Tuesday, June 03, 2003 at 22:16:25 (CDT)

Kelly-I am enjoying Red Bottom Bird so much. It was given to me by my boyfriend as a birthday gift and I adore it. Hopefully it's just the beginning of my personal Kelly Moore collection.
Lindsay Pennington
Fayetteville, AR USA - Tuesday, June 03, 2003 at 20:01:09 (CDT)

Great website - very interesting. I really enjoyed visiting. Keep up the good work. Yours truly, Paul
mississauga, Ontario Canada - Friday, May 30, 2003 at 18:37:47 (CDT)

Mr. Moore, I enjoyed browsing in your gallery. I was listening to WLSam via the internet and Jay Marvin suggested that the listeners view your site - and I am glad I did. I am going to send your site over to our art department here at the University. Wishing you continued success. Jack Schmidt, Chairman Department of Music and Theatre Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania
Jack Schmidt
Lock Haven, PA USA - Thursday, May 29, 2003 at 09:51:38 (CDT)

CAVE CITY, AR USA - Saturday, May 24, 2003 at 23:33:50 (CDT)

USA - Friday, May 09, 2003 at 02:33:03 (CDT)

Hey Kelly! Love the site and vibrancy of your work. Thank you for adding fun and beauty to the world! And speaking of "drips", check out mine: Some are better than others... Peace and love to all~ Gnat
Seattle, WA USA - Tuesday, May 06, 2003 at 14:47:40 (CDT)

los angeles, ca USA - Tuesday, May 06, 2003 at 12:06:21 (CDT)

it's a wonderful thing that you do what you do. Some people are idiots. I am sorry for those. I guess it takes all types. Here's to wishing for PEACE . Love, Aurora
USA - Friday, April 11, 2003 at 23:23:35 (CDT)

Hi Kelly....wonderful to see your paintings again...the last few are exceptional! The war has alot of people feeling gloomy about what is happening in the world and I respect your choice of peace instead of war. Keep painting!
Stevie B
San Jose, CA USA - Friday, April 11, 2003 at 12:30:21 (CDT)

Viewing your beautiful website makes me wonder just how an artist who produces such light, airy, whimsical paintings can also espouse such vitriolic gloom and doom regarding our way of life. I genuinely feel sorry for you, as you seem to be happy about absolutely nothing. live is really too short, my friend. I hope you can learn to enjoy at least some of what this great country has to offer.
USA - Friday, April 11, 2003 at 07:57:26 (CDT)

THE TERRIBLE IMPOSTURE September 11 2001 THE TERRIBLE IMPOSTURE Any airplane crashed into the pentagon By Thierry Meyssan The official version is not sustained with an critical analysis. We will demonstrate that it was just a build-up scene. In some cases, the elements that we have picked up allow to reestablish the truth. In other cases, our questions still continue without answers, what is not a reason to continue believing the lies of the authorities. Anyway, the material that we have elaborated to question the genuineness of the American's acts in Afghanistan and the "war against the axis of evil." We invite you to not considering our work like a definitive truth. On the contrary, we invite you to the scepticism. trust just in you critic spirit. So that you can check our imputations and to be formed your own opinion, we have enriched the text with many notes that indicated you the main sources. In this period where United States separates the Good of the Evil, we will make an effort to remind them that the freedom is not to believe in a simplistic vision of the World, but understanding, to enlarge the options and to multiply the shades. ITS FREE ITS FREE ITS FREE
USA - Wednesday, April 09, 2003 at 17:06:43 (CDT)

I found your site very interesting.
USA - Tuesday, March 11, 2003 at 11:58:42 (CST)

I just wanted to comment on the work ... it is great
uk - Saturday, March 01, 2003 at 22:52:27 (CST)

Dear Kelly, Have noticed your place on Yell and plan to visit. My husband and I have The Mystic Melon on 16 S. West Ave.,Fayetteville. It is a family home gallery of our work and my brothers. We are folk artists and my husband is primarily a gemcutter and silvermith who works with semi-precious stones. We both work in mixed media and found objects. We are totally in love with outsider and consider ourselves in that catagory,though I guess technically I am a marginal having had academic background. But I became a folk artist years ago. Well,come visit and we'll talk about it all. I like what I've seen of your work. We need the movement to hit this region. Georgia can't have it all. See ya,Teresa Pictor and The Mystic Mystic Melon is under construction.
Teresa Pictor
Fayetteville, AR USA - Friday, February 28, 2003 at 13:31:42 (CST)

Kelly- It may be the ox that pulls his cart up the hill, but it is the bird that makes her nest in the tree. Your work reflects a profound understanding of this. Cast off your chains of oppression and free yourself from desire. Built for speed and serving it with cheese. Fred
East Fayetteville, AR USA - Friday, February 28, 2003 at 03:23:51 (CST)

wonderfull guestbook i reach here Samantha Williams
USA, none USA - Monday, February 24, 2003 at 15:56:18 (CST)

What the hell am I supposed to think? Luv ya - Dana
USA - Wednesday, February 19, 2003 at 17:22:02 (CST)

I think I found my arty-soul-mates. I do outsider arting and I am not even nuts-- well, almost! I can art, so therefore I art. Keep Arting! Jeff Wesley (weseye)
Jeff Wesley
Lansing, MI USA - Sunday, February 16, 2003 at 20:09:32 (CST)

Hey!! I was here, I saw, I drank coffe. See ya around the outsider world. ~Ray NorthEast Minneapolis Arts District
Minneapolis Ray
Minneapolis, MN USA - Saturday, February 15, 2003 at 16:11:15 (CST)

Kelly Moore is a great artist, getting better and better everyday (in popularity and work). Anyone that says different does know anything, and is either jealous or blind. Kelly get used to jealousy and envy as you rise, its part of the game. Especially the petty arrogant art world. See ya Kelly, hoep to own one of your pieces soon!
Eddie Alfaro
Inwood, NY USA - Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 23:47:02 (CST)

I think I like most of your work. Done well.
eindhoven, netherlands - Thursday, February 06, 2003 at 04:40:09 (CST)

Interesting site.

USA - Monday, February 03, 2003 at 13:05:50 (CST)

I'm still baffled that you are actually making money like this. You are just a helluva lot better at making money than me--I have 3 poorly paying careers to prove it. However, I doubt that you have filled a freezer with a Montana elk. Paint something like that, I'd consider purchasing it. Have fun--it's always good to get payed to do something you enjoy! D
Helena, MT USA - Tuesday, January 28, 2003 at 23:06:57 (CST)

Hey dude what do you have against Hobby Lobby's Poster & Print Department?!?! You've never purchased any of your supplies there???
USA - Tuesday, January 28, 2003 at 09:39:04 (CST)

I appreciate your style.
Lucy Muir
Dallas, Tx USA - Tuesday, January 28, 2003 at 08:33:49 (CST)

Aloha Kelly, I agree with your latest rant. I'm a mother, and the way this insane administration is going there will be no environment left for my kids and their kids to enjoy..Also excuse me ,but what is more con- servative than to want clean air ,clean water and some tree filled places to relax in? If or should i say when we go to war for oil the economy where i live will go down the tubes just like it did in daddy bush's gulf war. No one has any guts to stand up for anything Except making the almighty dollar....meanwhile our kids can't even buy a home here anymore because the Rich are kicking all the locals out. Keep up the good work Artwise & Otherwise I love your art and hope to able to buy one some day. PEACE
Hanalei, HI USA - Friday, December 27, 2002 at 20:25:34 (CST)

You should be more conservative in your views about the US in these day and times and should give some thought to learning how to paint.
Jeff Gould
NY , NY USA - Tuesday, December 24, 2002 at 18:56:42 (CST)

Mother Protecting Child is comforting and Sheep is just so cute...great way to start the end my day!
Fayetteville, AR USA - Monday, December 16, 2002 at 16:53:59 (CST)

Your "Rants" page this month certaily reflect my perspective to a T which is the reason I've been an independant voter for most of my life. Besides, as a fellow artist, I don't want anyone to put me in a little box, which is what happens when you "join" a political party. Your creation, Bee, is sweet! Keep on letting the Muses talk to you, without them we cannot create.
Linda Stevens
Fayetteville, AR USA - Monday, December 16, 2002 at 10:05:37 (CST)

Hi Kelly, I consider myself an artist in a lot of areas so why is the one gal so bent out of shape? Art comes out from our imagination. I teach kids and adults how to do crafts, paint, draw, pen and ink, all sorts of stuff. Is my art not worthy because it does not meet her criteria? It is a God-given talent and I am using it in a way He intended. It brings pleasure to others. When I create my own Christmas cards each year I receive more thanks than when I was buying the boxed ones. It isn't up to her to decide what art is or isn't. We each one contribute in our own way and she can take it or leave it, but to defame someone in this way is nearly a sueable offense. She must watch her words or she could be held for defamation of character. If she argues freedom of speech then by the same token Kelly has the right to freedom of expression in his art. I really love the new one with the sheep and also the one called Rabbit Hunting. Thanks for letting me chime in. Cindy from Little Rock, AR
Little Rock, AR USA - Sunday, December 15, 2002 at 17:20:57 (CST)

Hi Kelly, Just a quick comment on your latest rant: Amen! I also liked the 'Bee' (oil and rocks on wood)Hope all is well. Lori
Fayetteville, AR USA - Sunday, December 15, 2002 at 15:53:41 (CST)

exellento !!!!! This is Funism = fun for the eyeballs..... see you over at outsiderart info and where ever the human art is....dots
Jay(dots) Smithline
calabasas, ca USA - Sunday, December 15, 2002 at 14:51:50 (CST)

The Artist works for no one, they produce because they must - just as everyone else must breathe. I appreciate your style.
fayetteville, ar USA - Monday, December 02, 2002 at 15:26:25 (CST)

True artists don't need a school to teach them their craft. An artist needs passion, creativity, understanding of the world around him and the understanding of what he wants from their art. Kelly has all of the above. Keep painting Kelly.
Fayetteville, AR USA - Monday, November 25, 2002 at 20:43:09 (CST)

Kelly, I LOVE your work!! Keep GOING! I am disgusted by the comments from Anjoelia. She really creates bad energy for all humans.
Cheryll el-Khoury
USA - Sunday, November 24, 2002 at 10:21:24 (CST)

I enjoyed your paintings and expressions--pure delight and so FRESH. Pat
Pat Poupore
Dudley, TX USA - Saturday, November 23, 2002 at 21:05:15 (CST)

Hey Kelly after reading the message from Anjoelia, I felt compelled to write. She obviously still has a lot to learn!! A little Course in Miracles perhaps. You're right on darlin. Keep it're an inspiration.
Sista Mary
Fayetteville, AR USA - Thursday, November 21, 2002 at 12:18:06 (CST)

you got what they don't teach in school=== Talent and the guts to paint and think for yourself.... name tags come from goobers that need to be told how to think... some people call me a pop artist,i am a pop but the only term that fits the foot is Funism that is what the lean and lears foregot you're stuff is fun.....
La-La-Land, Ca. USA - Sunday, November 17, 2002 at 01:11:31 (CST)

Really fresh work. I love 'Green Apple Bird'. I love it all! It reminds me of my world.
Brisbane, Qld Australia - Wednesday, November 13, 2002 at 23:58:19 (CST)

great work and site
space, USA/germany - Wednesday, November 13, 2002 at 07:35:13 (CST)

Oh I have to add a PS. In response to everyone that thinks art has to have a Purpose or a Reason for just Being...........Please run and buy Michele Cassou's book Point Zero Creativity without Limits by penguinputnam books. This extremely Creative person was kicked out of art school because she did not ConForm. She( lucky for us) developed her creativity without Limits! Anyone can Create and find their creative Soul. I highly suggest people like Anjoelia refer to this book to help destroy all the dragons of how it Should be... and realize art just IS. Thanks for letting me add to your guest list.
USA - Saturday, November 09, 2002 at 21:08:37 (CST)

Aloha I love your paintings!!!! Thanks. I'm trying to bid on one i hope i get it!!!! PEACE jeni
Princeville, HI USA - Saturday, November 09, 2002 at 20:56:56 (CST)

In response to Anjoeila's lovely post: To those of us who have watched Kelly grow as an artist may remember how and where he started; on e-bay selling his paintings for ONE DOLLAR. So, I think it is fair to conclude that it is people like us, the CONSUMERS, that have validated Kelly as a true artist by allowing him to raise the prices on his work, because it is evident that people are buying these paintings at their current prices. I only wish I would have bought a painting when I had the chance and when prices were much lower! Also, this "research" she was doing-was that research rooted in public displays of hostility and jealousy? AND, where is her work? I'd like to see what a "true" artist creates, because she is obviously comparing Kelly's work to her own-how brave of her to not allow us to make that comparison with our own eyes. Take Care Kelly (still thinking about you from time to time) Anne
Fayetteville, AR USA - Friday, November 08, 2002 at 10:10:41 (CST)

Kelly, your guest book is so entertaining, I find myself visiting here almost daily! Some people just aren't happy unless they're putting someone else down. No matter - you have quite the following and it is well deserved.
AR USA - Thursday, November 07, 2002 at 12:42:59 (CST)

As an avid and active collector of Kelly Moore's art, I have to respond to Anjoelia's comments below. This person is an elitist in the worst sense of the word -- someone who covers up their own insecurities and feelings of inadequacy by criticizing others of whom they are jealous or envious. Who died and made you the god of art? What gives you the right to define what art is or what an artist is? If anyone should be ashamed, it should be you. What kind of person visits internet sites and leaves public insults like this? You obviously have some sort of bone to pick with people who have not spent years and years in art school like I assume you have, but who are still leaps and bounds better and more successful than you ever dreamed of being. Art means many things to many people -- that's why it's so wonderful AND personal -- and no one should ever try to shoehorn it into some elitist and pedantic definition like you have. I personally own close to 60 pieces of Kelly's ART. These pieces do all the things that you "require" of an artist and so much more. As far as shows go, that message from Kelly must obviously be out of chronological order. I have seen Kelly's shows with my own eyes, and he has more lined up in the future. He does have gallery representation, by one of the most renowned outsider galleries in the US. And Kelly is modest in his pricing. If you could see his pieces in person like I have and know the care and work (and soul) that goes into them, you would know that they are worth infinitely more. The only person "insulting hardworking artists" here is you. Literally and figuratively. Art is about free expression. There are no requirements to being an artist. If you can move one person with your work, or even just yourself, you have every right to call yourself an artist or whatever else you wish. You are obviously jealous that Kelly CAN and DOES sell his art for what you claim to be ridiculously high prices. I am not professionally connected with Kelly Moore or his work in any way. His art moves, inspires, entertains, delights me, and I find it shameful and sad that someone like you finds it necessary to come here and deface his site.
Sue Brown
Boston, MA USA - Thursday, November 07, 2002 at 12:35:51 (CST)

During my research I stumbled across this site. I understand that you may not appreciate my comments, but you do ask people to sign your guest book. Being an artist myself, I've always felt that art should fulfill it's viewer in some way, even perform a duty on some level. Art, on it's most basic level, should inspire, teach, or entertain. I found that I was inspired only to leave your site. I learned that your work lacks talent, imagination and integrity. I was entertained only by the prices you claim to demand. By calling yourself an "artist," you assume that you have an inherent right to use that title. I suppose using that logic, anyone capable of opening a tube of paint and spattering it onto a blank surface is officially an "artist.". A true artist earns the title of "artist" after years of working, studying, and practicing his chosen form of expression. I find it personally and professionally insulting that "artists" such as yourself feel justified in claiming the title "artist" because you have an opposable thumb and can somtimes manage to hold a paint brush by the correct end. I want you to know that the anger expressed in this message was provoked by the absurd prices you claim to demand for work that is substandard in the art community. This may be the reason you "can not even get a showing in your local coffee house." If you were painting for fun, and to express your inner turmoil, your site would be more palatable. However, you claim to sell your "paintings" for prices that rival some of the best artist alive today. Nonsense, and shame on you for insulting all of those hardworking artists out there, and for degrading them by using the same title.
St. Louis, Mo USA - Wednesday, November 06, 2002 at 23:12:10 (CST)

Hi! I'm Brian. I really like your site, it's usefull and informative. I am working for discount magazine subscription comparison service. I find your site while searching for magazine related sites and It's a pleasure to sign your guestbook. Thanks!
Brian - magazine subscriptions
Texas, Texas USA - Sunday, November 03, 2002 at 04:01:35 (CST)

Hey Kelly, your work kicks ass!! You should seriously think about putting together a calender or collection of postcards or something for us poor folk who can't afford the actual paintings. I think I speak for all of us in saying our gratitude would be undying. ;) Peace & pineapples, Gina
USA - Sunday, October 27, 2002 at 05:26:32 (CST)

Please e mail me some of your recent paintings
Queens, NY USA - Saturday, October 26, 2002 at 19:40:44 (CDT)

Hey prolific thing, you! Love Totem #4 or Fertility Totem #1? I like Baby Shower too! I'll make an appointment soon...I want to see them in living color!
USA - Thursday, October 24, 2002 at 16:03:13 (CDT)

Color is alive! I loved them all!
Rosana Modugno
Bayonne, NJ USA - Wednesday, October 23, 2002 at 11:51:50 (CDT)

Interesting paintings. I like "family," and "support." Baby shower, too, although this is a little too close to objectively enjoy :). Life is peaceful without t.v., that is true, especially in the last 2 years. I'm surprised, Kelly. Looks like you've really come a long way...if they say you're crazy you might be crazy, but at least you're expressing art. Don't become obsessed with money, it is very unbecoming.
NY USA - Tuesday, October 22, 2002 at 19:07:32 (CDT)

Kelly, I love you new paintings! My favorite is Memory Trace! One of these days I will be able to afford one and tell my friends, "I use to live by this guy". You need to contact the ACO to have a show! Im not sure who the lady is that you need to contact, but tell them you know me! I was telling them about you this summer. The ACO likes having exhibits from locals! Keep it up! Missy:)
Missy Cherry
Springdale, AR USA - Monday, October 21, 2002 at 22:09:32 (CDT)

Kelly, your work is growing by leaps and bounds. I am so proud of the strides you are taking and proud to call you my friend. I loved Baby Shower and Memory Trace. I'll be in touch about "Family". As the name states it is now a part of our family. :) I am happy to say it has found a home in living room. Your work is great. It continues to bring a smile to face and makes me pause in thought... Love, Lori
Lori McBee
Fayetteville, AR USA - Monday, October 21, 2002 at 19:57:24 (CDT)

Love the direction your voice is going now. My favorites in your latest paintings are "Sunday Drive", "Memory Trace" and "Baby Shower" (wonder where you got the inspiration for that one?). Keep growing Kelly!
Fayetteville, AR USA - Monday, October 21, 2002 at 10:32:00 (CDT)

Very cool organic paintings. Like the rawness of your paintings and different mediums you use with the images. I like "Red Bottom Bird" and "Simple Man" the best. Keep up the work and good luck.
Thomas Selby
LA, CA USA - Sunday, October 20, 2002 at 22:50:52 (CDT)

My God man! You are a talented but rather arrogant son of a bitch!
Florida, USA - Friday, October 18, 2002 at 09:06:21 (CDT)

Subject: -- No Subject -- Posted By: kellymoore in reply to Topic Msg #: Posted On: 5/30/02 9:39 AM Viewing 4 of 87 Replies Actually, anyone can call me whatever they wish....Ive been called all the above, some worse and some better. The term outsider has been thrown around my neck by other people although I have to say if the shoe fits ya gotta wear it. It fits pretty snug right now. Art Brut is another term I hear about my stuff. But, Im also aware different people have different definitions and thats ok also. I started painting when I was 35 and in the midst of some pretty severe emotional pain that just provoked an unconscious need to purge alot of stuff. At this point, I still paint for this reason mostly. I feel pretty isolated in the world, a social outsider if you will, and use my paintings is my attempt to sort out the world. Communicate. I let my unconscious thoughts speak to my canvas. I cant draw, never had any desire to learn and consider it my code of honor. I think academic learned art is someone elses idea (to each his own though ;) . From the mind and not from the soul. I create very intuitively and any attempt at forethought is disaster for me. Ive never had an art show (cant even get a show in my local coffee house) no gallery interest and although I think my stuff is pretty good, Im aware at its best, about 10% of people are gonna like it. Thats the numbers so far. Alot of people wanna hand me crayons to which I say, I already have two cartons. Im drawn to some unusual processes that are not considered very good but I really dont think it matters too much. If my paintings last 100 years or even 50 thats ok. Its all about what Im doing NOW. So, anyway, glad you like my paintings (buy one!) and feel free to just call me a good painter. But, so long as I feel fringe and continue to be referred to in this manner...I guess I will just feel like an outsider. This is my response to the question. Dont be offended if I dont respond to any other questions about this as defining myself is not my top priority.
USA - Monday, October 14, 2002 at 12:11:13 (CDT)

Isn't the internet great? Idiots can also be cowards and leave anonymous assinine messages in people's guestbooks. Anyone with 1 gram of intelligence can see who the loser is here. Rock on, Kelly!
Sue Brown
Boston, MA USA - Thursday, October 10, 2002 at 00:09:01 (CDT)

The only thing that qualifies you as an outside artist is that you are insane, possibly obssessive compulsive, but definitely insane! Where are you hiding all the bodies?
USA - Tuesday, October 08, 2002 at 11:25:47 (CDT)

Love the freshness and rawness of your work..wish I could see it in person. Judith
judith kalina
new york, ny USA - Monday, September 30, 2002 at 15:42:23 (CDT)

Jacksonville, Florida USA - Wednesday, September 25, 2002 at 10:13:11 (CDT)

I love the layout and design of your website. I also enjoyed reading your rants. I agree with you about TV and how it seems we are spoon-fed certain information. I do think that's always been the way it is though -- all around the world. Your writing is thought provoking. Keep writing and keep going after your dreams! Denise
Philadelphia, PA USA - Saturday, September 21, 2002 at 15:28:00 (CDT)

Hi Kelly, I'm usually pretty good at expressing myself with words, but your work stuffs them right back into my mouth. They aren't expressing what I want to say, the way I want to say it. I think I should paint my replies. ?
C.A. Werner
sault ste. marie, ontario Canada - Thursday, September 19, 2002 at 10:15:20 (CDT)

Kelly, Very nice work. So much passion and energy. I am a fellow painter from Pittsburgh, just wanted to give you a pat on the back for very nice work.
James Wodarek
Pittsburgh, PA USA - Thursday, September 12, 2002 at 23:02:53 (CDT)

Save a tree, eat a beaver. Just wanted to let you know i stopped by. Keep on keepin' on Kelly. L8R days - gar
Osteen, FL USA - Sunday, September 08, 2002 at 19:43:48 (CDT)

Fantastic work, colourful and amazing. Loved reading the rants also. Let's think of better ways to effect change than the present admin's are suggesting.
Perth, WA Australia - Tuesday, August 20, 2002 at 07:35:21 (CDT)

Love the design of this website.. Very nice!
USA - Monday, August 19, 2002 at 13:53:19 (CDT)

On tour signing guestbooks for August 2002
Walnutport, p USA - Monday, August 19, 2002 at 12:57:27 (CDT)

I enjoyed reading your rants. It sounds like we have many common ones. It was good meeting you (Jeana V's friend). Thank you for talking about your work. I think you would enjoy hearing about my friend Budhi Kling's process painting workshops. They are based on her experiences with Michelle Cassou's and Stewart Cubley's approaches. They probably have internet sites if you wish to take a look. I'll email more thoughts. Take Care, Cheryll
Cheryll El khoury
Fayetteville, AR USA - Saturday, August 17, 2002 at 22:02:46 (CDT)

What can I say...this stuff makes my heart take a jump! I also love the way have set up the site. VERY coooooooool
Barbara Stephenson
Williamsburg , VA USA - Wednesday, August 14, 2002 at 18:19:40 (CDT)

Your work has a nice freedom to it
Lou Patrou
USA - Wednesday, August 14, 2002 at 14:26:51 (CDT)

I encourage anyone who can to take a trip to see Kelly's paintings with their own eyes. As beautiful as they are in electronic form on this site, in person they will leave you speechless. Absolutely amazing.
Sue Brown
Bostn, MA USA - Thursday, August 08, 2002 at 23:42:12 (CDT)

Wow!........Wow! Love your site, love your work. "Shroud" That one is me inside out. Thanks for the peek at a wonderful talent.
Odice Luman
Tulsa, OK USA - Saturday, July 27, 2002 at 02:34:32 (CDT)

Wonderful, powerful work. I look forward to adding some of your work to my collection of outsider art.
Phillip Pessar
Miami, FL USA - Saturday, July 20, 2002 at 16:48:57 (CDT)

One of the best outsider artist today. powerful paintings. To good to miss.
Thibaut Dancette
Lyon, FRANCE - Sunday, July 14, 2002 at 18:38:12 (CDT)

Hey! I can't believe I knew you when.....I love your paintings. I haven't visited the gallery yet, but plan to! Way to go!!!
Missy (Baker) Cherry
Springdale, Ar USA - Monday, July 08, 2002 at 17:38:16 (CDT)

I got a chance to see your new bricks! They have lots of character.....I'm very curious about the "whisper" series.
Martha Guirl
Fayetteville, AR USA - Monday, July 08, 2002 at 15:05:36 (CDT)

The article in the NWAT was great! I think you have taken the next step by being published locally. You continue to amaze and delight us!
USA - Monday, July 08, 2002 at 09:58:38 (CDT)

Hey Kelly, I want to congratulate you on your success as an artist. I caught the add in the newspaper WOW! I visited your sight today and I cried. Especially when I saw "Family" and "Baby Sarah" Congratulations!
USA - Monday, July 01, 2002 at 10:30:20 (CDT)

These new works are almost "happy" paintings...I really like Profile of a Woman and Mountain...Red Bottom Bird made me laugh...I like where you are!
USA - Thursday, June 13, 2002 at 16:15:25 (CDT)

I am so proud of my talented friend. You took a chance on what you wanted to do and the world has embraced you. Don't stop!
Kim Autry
Fayetteville, AR USA - Wednesday, June 12, 2002 at 16:52:31 (CDT)

Hi there Kelly, Best wishes from Scotland. We love your work here at Artesian and will be including your link on the website and in the new edition of the Artesian magazine(Issue 4), due for publication very soon. If you agree then let us know by email. Thanks so much and we look forward to hearing from you:)
Eleanor MacLeod
edinburgh, Scotland - Wednesday, June 12, 2002 at 08:08:05 (CDT)

Kelly, I can't belive how much you've progressed as an artist! Your "love is slippery" looks great in our dining area, I'm considering buying another piece with a fish theme from you. Joel and Lily
Joel Stanger
NY, NY USA - Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at 12:53:50 (CDT)

Wow, good stuff. Keep up the good work.
Dan Grunwald
Little Rock, ar USA - Monday, June 10, 2002 at 21:45:04 (CDT)

I'm enjoying watching you grow both spiritually and as an artist. Really like the Shroud.
Linda Stevens
Fayetteville, AR USA - Thursday, May 16, 2002 at 15:47:04 (CDT)

LIke the Rabbit Hunt! Even considering it.
Robert Emenegger
Fayeteville, AR USA - Thursday, May 16, 2002 at 10:04:16 (CDT)

Hi, Just received my First issue of Raw Vision! Wow, after so many years of painting the way I do, I never thought there were others with the same vision...sweet. I like your thought.."My heart" speaks very clearly and powerfully. Looking forward to getting in touch with others of our interest--peace, Jonathan
jonathan almblad
Clinton, IA USA - Monday, May 13, 2002 at 14:42:38 (CDT)

great work and site
germany/usa, USA/NY - Monday, April 29, 2002 at 11:43:42 (CDT)

DAMMIT man! Who'da thunk it? I can't believe I've not seen any of your work since you're amazing! Got any left-over photo equipment to sell? hehe
Claire <>
Fayettenam, AR USA - Friday, April 12, 2002 at 14:54:21 (CDT)

Very creative and interesting paintings. It's nice to see my namesake who is far more talented than I.
Kelly Moore
Braintree, ma USA - Monday, April 01, 2002 at 19:09:07 (CST)

Hi I'm doing a project at collage on folk art and artbrut, when I was looking for artists your good self was one which I came across, I would love to include you in my project and I hope that you will not mind if I do so, also if you wish to add anything which I could use in my project I would be very grateful. thanking you joanne
joanne jones <>
manchester, england - Monday, April 01, 2002 at 15:46:25 (CST)

Kelly, It is so great to see another crazy person following their dream. In our society of "followers" I am happy to see another stray from the "MANS" path. Your art is so real. Keep up the good work. Loved your rant! I may add that to my web page - there is so much to be outraged about! Great website.
Cindy Eubanks <>
Akron, OH USA - Monday, March 25, 2002 at 20:09:19 (CST)

I think the number 8 it is actually the infinity symbol in his paintings, which brings an entirely new level to all of his work. I love looking at Kelly's art! I can stare at it for hours and still find something new hidden within. Great work Kelly, I'm always awaiting what you come up with next. Cheers!
Fayetteville, AR USA - Tuesday, March 19, 2002 at 15:03:15 (CST)

What is the significance of the numeral eight on several of your paintings? Enquiring minds want to know ...
Fayetteville, AR USA - Friday, March 15, 2002 at 23:32:31 (CST)

Kelly, I loved the new work. I especially enjoyed, 'Daughter', 'Fish are People' and 'Rabbit Hunt'. I think Rabbit Hunt is incredible. I have no doubt it will raise money for the Arts Center. Have a Great Weekend! Lori
Springdale, AR USA - Friday, March 15, 2002 at 21:02:01 (CST)

Nice site! I came to see the texture, and really enjoyed browsing the paintings.
Aurora <>
GA USA - Saturday, March 09, 2002 at 12:36:54 (CST)

Nah ... he's mellowing.
Fayetteville, AR USA - Thursday, February 28, 2002 at 22:57:58 (CST)

Kelly, I checked out your new paintings in the Gallery, and I could not help noticing your colors are brighter and your images are softer. A change in the spirit, or a lighter, more content Kelly emerging? Keep us posted with your images, they give you away every time.
Fayetteville, AR USA - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 10:45:46 (CST)

Kelly, I loved your art! You have a marvelous talent. I especially loved 'Embrace' and 'Family'. See you in 6 months and don't forget ~ FLOSS! Love, Lori
Lori McBee
Springdale, AR USA - Thursday, February 07, 2002 at 18:54:17 (CST)

Since "plagiarism" (notice the correct spelling) refers to the act of presenting someone else's ideas as one's own, I think Mr. Moore is pretty safe from Academic's preceding allegation; Mr. Moore takes great care in giving proper credit to any borrowed words in his rants. Furthermore, Academic might try providing solid evidence in support of such untenable claims.
USA - Monday, February 04, 2002 at 10:24:18 (CST)

While your work is undoubtedly unique, I'm wondering if everyone is aware that your monthly rants are a disgusting display of plagarism. If your talent lies in painting and not in writing, don't try it-the smart people out there know better!
USA - Friday, February 01, 2002 at 12:29:16 (CST)

UK - Wednesday, January 16, 2002 at 04:02:24 (CST)

Kelly, your work is both scizophrenic and manic, both disburbing and spiritual, while all the time staying deeply rooted in your own personal story, your own sense of what is normal. i love your work, it gives me hope. love, lisa
Lisa Rowe Handley
Agoura Hills, CA USA - Monday, January 14, 2002 at 13:29:03 (CST)

Very Interesting!!!
Doug Foreman
Springdale, AR USA - Sunday, December 30, 2001 at 13:32:22 (CST)

Clever titles. Well-balanced compositions. Vibrant colors. Much applause.
USA - Friday, December 14, 2001 at 14:43:18 (CST)

In keeping with the tone of the rest of the posts; I must say I enjoy running my fingers all over the surface of your painting ;).
USA - Thursday, December 13, 2001 at 16:01:01 (CST)

Hmmm ... don't think I can top Jezebel's post ... but I do agree your work is vivid and intriguing, and predict you will succeed beyond your dreams. I will continue to follow your progress!
Fayetteville, AR USA - Tuesday, November 13, 2001 at 22:54:59 (CST)

So much red, so much vibrant must be an intense lover. How can you cope with the libido? I can tell, you allow your art to help assuage the heat. I want to purchase one of your paintings, but fear that I'll be consumed by the flames every time I am in its presence.... by the way, are you single?
Singlestown, AR USA - Monday, November 12, 2001 at 13:30:50 (CST)

Hey, Kelly...I've immensely enjoyed your website! Your paintings are lively and I can't wait to see how you will evolve in the next few years! Talk to you soon!!
Fayetteville, AR USA - Monday, November 12, 2001 at 13:08:58 (CST)

I am so impressed by the evolution of your work. As an avid collector I look forward to what the future holds for you!
Susan Heob
San Francisco, CA USA - Thursday, November 08, 2001 at 15:50:55 (CST)

Great artwork! Kelly, you are such a hottie! Are you single?
Anna Marie
Fayetteville, AR USA - Monday, October 29, 2001 at 13:41:40 (CST)

I like your art. Great use of color. Am looking for more of ur stuff on Ebay.
Barry Sewal
Houston, TX USA - Friday, October 26, 2001 at 22:35:07 (CDT)

I still like the "Self Portrait" the best.
Eric Huber < >
Springdale, AR USA - Monday, October 22, 2001 at 11:04:40 (CDT)

Your site is so cool. I wish I had one as good as this!
Matt Huber < >
Springdale, AR USA - Monday, October 15, 2001 at 20:58:23 (CDT)


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