Jean DeFreese Moore

Jean DeFreese Moore of Ruston, Louisiana, acrylic pour artist and author, was featured in Ruston Artisan’s 2020 Spring Exhibition of ‘Risen, an Easter Celebration of our Lord’ with “Life of Jesus in Acrylic Pour.” Jean had previously shown her work in a solo exhibition at the Ruston Men’s Shed and church groups. She was invited back for the Ruston Artisans summer exhibition "Artifinds' where she contributed nature artworks, as well as new art pieces from "Life of Jesus."

Jean has a Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Arts from Louisiana Tech University, where she contributed 23 years of desktop publishing and graphic design to the Athletic Media Relations Office. Prior to Tech, she taught art at a private school in West Virginia. Active in community projects, Jean has assisted in the creation of the entry hall mural at Lincoln Parish Museum, and with designing backdrops at a private dance academy.

In the last couple of years, Jean participated with a local artist group, called Painting with Prayer at the home of Tommy and Marion Folk, where she learned about paint pouring. Having mastered that, Jean sought to embellish on that skill and began to use the pouring as a backdrop for artistic stories and landscapes. With each piece of Jean's artwork, she includes scripture and prays over each painting.

In addition to her visual artistry, Jean Defreese Moore is an author and has just finished writing her fourth book in the published series ‘A Father’s Love.'

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