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You site is extrordinarily good. submitted by
Bob, Paris, France,( on Sunday, June 20, 2004 at 09:51:22


You are a raving genious. was submitted by
Darren Sheffield, SY, England, on Wednesday, June 16, 2004 at 18:57:51


Very good site ! was submitted by kenlille, de france
() on Saturday, June 5, 2004 at 22:36:11


ARE YOU SERIOUS??? YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME. ALL OF YOUR ART IS GARBAGE. IT LOOKS LIKE AN ELEPHANT DID THESE WITH A PAINTBRUSH IN IS MOUTH. SHUT THIS SITE DOWN. YOU STINK

submitted by Don Froston Saturday, June 5, 2004 at 13:07:30


Your art is magical - mystical - spiritual. Your work has inspires me because you are self-taught. I love that. You're Free! All the best to you. submitted by
Carol Burman, Vancouver, BC Canada () on Thursday, June 3, 2004 at 17:20:07


loved your art work its reminds of chickenlabs music submitted by judy forfet, pekin, il, usa () on Tuesday, June 1, 2004 at 23:21:18


Mucho mucho nico. submitted by tobs () on Monday, May 31, 2004 at 10:04:52


Interesting site. submitted by Mr Clyde Framis () on Wednesday, May 26, 2004 at 15:12:58,Geneva, Switzerland


Interesting art, man. submitted by Jimmy Timmins on Monday, May 24, 2004 at 08:24:02


Interesting site, cool pictures. subsubmitted by
Deep River Rock on Wednesday, May 19, 2004 at 10:25:57


Good colors, remember me some things of c.o.b.r.a. I really would be glad if you see my works at http://www.santiagopaulos.com/  Montevideo, Uruguay, submitted by pilost () on Monday, May 17, 2004 at 18:52:03


trovo interessanti i tuoi quadri,ti faccio i miei complimenti. roma, italia, submitted by
bonifazi marco on Friday, May 14, 2004 at 12:33:36


very good paintings ! I wish the best, greetings from germany. My gallery http://www.burkhart.de.ms/ rottweil germany, submitted by Peter burkhart () on Monday, May 10, 2004 at 07:15:24


Kelly Moore, Kelly Moore, I saw Anne Grgich banned and deleted your posts from the Raw Vision discussion group when you asked her questions she didn't like! Does that make you an ulta-outsider or an outsider outside the outsider

group or maybe just makes that forum a joke? I dont know...But, in this day and age of shock and awe with fear prevailing in the winds of the world....you would think an artist would have the right to speak....Whatever happens... i appreciated your comments that led to you being banned (I think alot of people would like to ask those and who made her God?).... Just sign me Afraid of Retribution from the wicked witch, USA, on Saturday, April 24, 2004 at 05:20:04


I really like your style. You didn't list prices, are your paintings already sold? Check out my workhttp://www.ryanwollard.com/ keep it up! Plantation, FL USA on Wednesday, April 21,

2004 at 08:28:04


You made me laugh. Great stuff. And the landscapes are beautiful. I'm encouraged to get back to my website gallery http://www.hustontown.com/and improve it, have more fun with it. I'll be back.Fort Loudon, PA, USA


Do your latest offerings represent a true reflection of your "inner being"? If so, I recommend you seek treatment immediately. I would hate to see one of your neighbors reporting on CNN, "He was a quiet guy...a loner...". Your work screams "HELP ME Before something terrible happens!!!". You poor tormented soul.  I wish you a successful recovery. Concerned, New York,

NY on Tuesday, April 13, 2004 at 15:31:16


you have a very nice site. I like it.
Monday, April 12, 2004 at 01:54:30


Good evening. Leejohn, Los Angeles/Monrovia, CA, Wednesday, April 07, 2004 at 23:48:05


i like your crazy paintings

peter a, helsingborg, sweden, on Saturday, March 13, 2004 at 12:50:28


Hi, Kelly, I am sitting here with James Alford looking at your web site and your great paintings. Nice work. I want to meet you. Gail Stoops, Fayetteville Arkansas, Friday, March 12, 2004 at 15:51:32


Comments: great energy and life! your work has punch! a lot of raw character! organic is one of my favourite things and this is definitely something. they give you mixed emotions, some dark yet oddly humourous, some seriously twisted to the point  of no return. it leaves a lot up to the viewer which is awesome. i will definitely add you to my links page. not prob. i was reading your journal entry and noticed you talking about commercial art vs. the fine artist yadda yadda... very true indeed, though now a days you don't necessarily have to die, you just need to know the right people and live is a place where it's always buzzing with activity. i went the way of commercial due to my schooling, but can always fall back on the personal fine art stuff when time allows (which is rare being in the married with children life style). someone once said that if you're looking to become famous,

be prepared for disappointment. after prioritizing my life with the people and things that make it tick, i'm realizing this more than every. it's tough being a passionate artist, a starving artist, but try doing it trapped in the body of a 9-5 upholstery designer with a wife and two very young children. argh... it's freakin' torture at times. wouldn't trade them for the world though. they're major inspiration! having faith in something larger than yourself works well also. i'm just discovering that part of my life right now. it's a simple idea, yet more powerful than anything you could imagine.so anyhow, thanks for taking a look at my site and dropping me a line kelly! my website is...http://members.shaw.ca/greg.oakes/
peace,...
go

Greg Oakes, Winnipeg, MB, Canada on Thursday, March 11, 2004 at 21:33:18


God Bless Kelly usa, internetnewsdaily.com, on Friday, March 05, 2004 at 19:06:02


Hello Kelly, Well I got your site address on my links page now. Check out what I wrote about you, if you want to change it notify the clown immediately. Your work is rich and rough. I went to all the art museums in DC once a long time ago. I spent hours and hours wandering the halls, sketching things and absorbing the variety of creativity and expression. At one point during my 6 day self appointed tour I had a realization as I was looking at a loaf of French bread painted blue. To me personally I don't see what the artist is trying to say so much through their art, rather more often I perceive what they were feeling, their emotion during the creation of their piece. When I saw your art I felt jolted somewhat, I felt like laughing too, I felt quick and responsive, unand free of any left-lobe sensibilities. You've kicked your brain into something wonderful. I read a few of the other entries in here and see that people come from such varied parts of their brain and psyche as they approach art and what it means to them. See ya! Extremo the Clown Portland, OR, on Wednesday, March 03, 2004 at 11:59:13


I enjoy outsider art, but your artwork scared me. Were you punk in the 80's, seems like a lot of Robert Smith type feelings in your work. I was drawn to look at them even though I wasn't certain I actually liked the subject matter. The work illicited an immediated reaction though, which is what I want art to do. I'd rather feel repulsion than boredom. Even though its not my taste, I think you've got something unique.

Nicole, Birmingham, Al, Friday, February 27, 2004 at 13:03:26


What a great website! Feel free to stop by the Phoenix student newspaper's *NEW* online website for news, pictures, and entertainment. Dont forget to sign our guestmap! riseofthephoenixonline.com

Stephanie "sam", University Park, IL, USA on Thursday, February 19, 2004 at 09:43:38


Hi! My name is Kelly Moore, I'm a 19 year old girl at Ohio University, and I thought I'd google my own name for the hell of it, and this just kind of blows my mind. Good art work too!

Kelly Moore, Athens, OH, United States,on Wednesday, February 11, 2004 at 01:21:56


Wow, this was crazy. Your stuff is like some sort of mix of Jean-Michel Basquiat , Dubuffet , Picasso , a homeless person and my 4 year old niece. Whatever thats worth.

Debra Wilkins, Texas, USA February 05, 2004 at 12:31:34


Enjoyed my stay! Thanks! Google is fun!

Scott, Rio Rancho, New Mexico, USA, Tuesday, February 03, 2004 at 08:51:26


Love your work- very free and expressive.  webmelon.com

Vic, melbourne, australia, Tuesday, February 03, 2004 at 04:23:22


You have a fan in Albanic. Sorry I still can't afford to buy one yet..

Robbie, Peshkopoi, Albania, Tuesday, January 20, 2004 at 07:09:22


Gadzooks your art makes people mad!  You must be doing something right. REgards

Jeff Fuller Phoenix AZ, Sunday, January 18, 2004 a13:21:09


G R E A T A R T !!!

Anthony, Texas,Wednesday, January 14, 2004 at 22:12:07


I've met Kelly in person when I was working with my documentary film class.  I see someone commented...and when they commented, they referred to Kelly as a "she". Just wanted to say the Kelly isnt a "she",Kelly is a "he". Just to let you future commentors know. Hehe...but i do like his work. Very colorful, eyecatching, and expressive! KEEP IT UP, KELLY!

Liz, Winslow, AR, USA, Sunday, January 11, 2004 at 21:07:13


What is it about self taught painters that they seem to create within a personal vision that makes their art so unique and interesting? Enjoyed your paintings and find them to be very bizarre in a good way....hope to see them in my town (Denver

Colorado) someday. I did not see if you are represented in the area. Let me know if you are as i would like to see them personally.

Jason Tremble, Denver CO on Saturday, December 10, 2004 at 11:12:33


I think she is an idiot.

Danny Joseph, Somewhereon Tuesday, December 16, 2003 at 15:58:33


Comments:I just want to say that it is so easy for a person to sit down and critisize someone else's artwork. I may even give some sensation of self-importance todo so.

Just the fact that Kelly has found it in herself to express herself in paint and that she has found the courage and technology to present her work on computer is evidence of her hope and inspiration.  She has allowed for us to critique her work because she obviously would like to review the constructive critisism. Kelly,I think it is commendable that you have3 the zest and inspiration to paint.I think it is great that youdo not fear the use of color, and use it boldly.I feel that it would not be a bad idea for you to explore and study the intrinsic qualitites of light and shadow....paying careful attention to your light-source and subsequent reactions as the light bounces off the object andonto another etc. Your work could benefit from further attention to depth, tonal manipulation and detail. It appears to be very one dimensional, although, there is a certain merit to this style...it's just that I get the feeling you are thinking...this is safe and so, I'll just with it...repeat...repeat...and you are ready to progress further. I encourage you and you ARE an artist.No one has the right to tell you to stop creating or calling yourself an artist. There is always room for improvement in all walks of life. I appreciate that you possess the VERY important quality of motivational marketing..as one NEEDS to self promote, subtly and the best way to promote ones's art is to presetn the work and let it speak for itself. I strongly believe that is is important NOT to present EVERY piece you have every done...just the BEST;as people will judge your merit on all that they see.I weed out[spring clean] my portfoloio regularly-showing only the best[and what rates as the "best" is continually changing of course.You site has far too many paintings available for viewing...perhaps you may choose to shift the art around, from time to time, so the selection varies. The quantity is somewhat overwhelming/vs the quality. Keep paintin and don't pay attention to theney-sayers.

Denise LaFrance, toronto, ont. canada on Sunday, December 14, 2003 at 17:58:33


You are not afraid to use color.You seem to have a good sense of color. I notice you choose to use mainly primary and secondary colors.Very whimsical.

I also notice some inspirations from Picasso.

Keep on creating and I wish you much success in the sales/distribution of your art. Your prices are a tad low.Start high so as to leave room for negiotitation.It is very hard to justify the escalation of prices and this is why i hate to see you undersell yourself.

I speak as another painter.

D. LaFrance, toronto, ont. canada Sunday, December 14, 2003 at 17:39:31


Hi I like the art by this artist and have placedin my small collection and will buy again all the best for next show

PAUL ROBINSON Tamworth England U.K Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at 14:08:55


Seen your paintings when you were at the previous address.I admire the spontaniety of your paintings and your self promot I'm hopeful that the word will get out to the public about the amount of talented artists that reside in this area. I paint landscapes in oil and have a gallery located outside Fay. We feature a number of artists and enjoy a variety of styles and mediums. Doug Randall, Rocky Creek Art Gallery, 442-8912

Doug Randall, Fayetteville Arkansas, Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at 10:01:30


Hey Kelly! You have inspired me to start painting as well. I LOVE it! =) -A

Amanda Huber, Ft Worth Texas, Tuesday, December 09, 2003 at 19:52:37


This is the most rediculous paintings Ive ever seen...truly a disgrace and I think you should seriously quit painting and consider doing something with some honest and hard work. Terrible...terrible terrible.....

Joe is my name, From somewhere else, Tuesday, December 9, 2003 at 19:45.33


Aloha Kelly, I just wanted to reply to folks that think art needs to look or be a certain way. The point of doing any art is to HAVE FUN doing your art you will automatically connect with people because they respond to the JOY and FUN you are having doing the painting. Art is about EXPRESSION. (which may or may not be commercially viable) If you are having FUN...EXPRESSING yourself then you are helping everyone else to see that it IS possible to do what you LOVE and that they can too! So thats how I see it....Thanks and ALOHA to ALL.

Jenifer , Hanalei, Kauai, Tuesday, December 09, 2003 at 18:01:36


Just won 5 painting's so pleased the painting's are Ace not found any painting's in England to even come close to this artist.

Mr Paul R Robinson, Tamworth Staffordshire England U.K Thursday, November 20, 2003 at 17:12:46


KELLY--just want to say i LOVE your works!! ..your style is so unique..it is REFRESHING..ORIGINAL!!another friend of mine (sarah) loves your work too and also appreciates it. she told me about the individuals here that leave their crappy little comments. cool that you keep em up..shows them for what they are GREEN with jealousy. i'm dealing with that currently too..it can be a drag but hey the more 'popular' u come the worse it will get. never really understood why people who HATE what ud do feel compelled to let u know. toooo much time on their hands i suppose. anyhooo from me and sarah we GET it.. we LOVE it and we hope that you KEEP it up!!! BEST WISHES! michel (aka the raw artist) shameless plug to my site if u dont mind (http:www.therawartist.com) michel (aka the RAW artist) rensselaer, IN, usa, Wednesday, October 29, 2003 at 19:31:49


like your style and your site. Like to link you on our Int. Naive art site:
http://www.adriepaint.naievekunst.nl/
take a tour on this site to see a lot of info about naive, outsider art from all over the world. Kind Regards, MAURICE
Jan Martens (Maurice) , The Netherlands, on Saturday, October 29, 2003 at 12:59:18


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