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                        NEWEST WORKS IN SCULPTED STONE


Mobius XIV

Carrara Marble, mounted on turning pin, five views, 32x19x24                    


“Winter Solstice Mobius”

Carrara Marble, 36”, 5 views (acquired)



Honeycomb Calcite, Powdercoat Steel Base


The Tenth Muse, Yule Marble, 68”Hx14”Wx10.5”D



                                       No Muse But Thee, Yule Marble, 55”H


                 “A Black Tie Affair”, Yule Marble/Nevada Black Marble, 48x10x12



“Parallel Passions”

30x15x10, Orange Alabaster



“Black Dalhia”

Perla Nera, Black Marble


“Tower of Light”

Honeycomb Calcite, 76.5x20x20



     “Minuet”            “Daydream”                “Magdalena”

 43x12x8                35x12x10                    35x12x8

       Yule Marble         Yule Marble                Carrara Marble

Turquoise Inlay


“Torso XII”

Honeycomb Calcite, 15x8x20


Four Winds

“Four Winds”, Yule Marble/Turquoise Inlay, 62x18x14


“Sun Catcher”, Honeycomb Calcite Fountain, 58x23x12



“One More for the Road”

Honeycomb Calcite Fountain, Bronze Lizard, 49x24x24

Internal LED Lighting




“Taos Glow”

Honeycomb Calcite Fountain, 42x24x24

Internal LED Lighting


Love's Last Look

This work is a metaphor for the awakening of passion, love, and life – as well as its tragic consequences.

Eurydice (Greek Mythology) was an oak nymph, one of the daughters of Apollo.

She was the wife of Orpheus, who loved her dearly; on their wedding day,

he played joyful songs as his bride danced through the meadow.

After stepping on a venomous snake, and dying instantly, Orpheus played and sang

so mournfully that all the nymphs and gods wept and told him to travel to the Underworld and retrieve her,

which he gladly did. After his music softened the hearts of Hades, he was allowed to take her back

to the world of the living. The condition was that he must walk in front of her and not look back

until both had reached the upper world. However, soon he began to doubt that she was there

and that Hades had deceived him. Just as they reached the portals of Hades and daylight,

he turned around to gaze on her face, and Eurydice vanished back into the Underworld.

When Orpheus was later killed, his soul ended up in the Underworld where he was reunited with Eurydice.


Sun Goddess

“Sun Goddess”  37”H , Honeycomb Calcite


Henry's Lover

“Henry’s Lover”, 12x27, Orange Alabaster

Inspired by the Master Henry Moore

Orange Alabaster                                                                                                                 



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New Works in Oil on Canvas

Jo’s New Series

From the Shadows to the Light

Employing heavy texture and turquoise, coral and jasper chip inlay


Repartee, 36x42 , Diptych             Along the Rio Grande. 36x18        Desert Rain, 40x30


II , 30x12                      V , 36x18                               I , 30x12

From the Shadows to the Light


                           Reaching for the Sublime, 36x18       Novices---Take My Hand 36x24         Toward the Light, 36x24


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Albuquerque Botanic Gardens

University of New Mexico

College of Santa Fe

State of New Mexico Printing Facility

University of New Mexico, Valencia Campus

Rio Grande Zoo

National Park Service

Edwards Air Force Base

Faith Lutheran Church, Albuquerque


Artist Statement:

about the design collaboration team, Jan and Jo Moore


We share a deep bond with Mother Nature and have been interpreting her

landscapes and culture through sculpture for more than 40 years. There exists

no separation between the creative process and daily life. For us, they are one.

Our connection to Nature and its inhabitants is evident in our large body of works concentrating on Contemporary and Abstract sculptural forms

with organic lines predominating.


We strive to convey a sense of nurturing and compassion for the plight

of both the planet and its inhabitants.

It reflects our lifestyle---simple, uncluttered, optimistic.

It serves as an affirmation of the living. We have learned the essence of the

here and now and the effortless joys of daily life.


We seek to create introspective pieces, often meant to evoke serenity, reverence,

meditation--- sculpture that possesses soundness of line, elegance of form.

Often our pieces are primal, stoic, visceral.


We sculpt in Stone and cast in Bronze, both for the

unequalled timeless durability of the media, but also to explore and indulge in

their intrinsic beauty and the inherent tension of the elemental forces contained

within both media.


We are 50 plus year residents of New Mexico and own and operate our own studio

foundry in the Ponderosa Pine-studded forest of the mountains near

Albuquerque, where we have complete quality control over castings in Bronze

 from start to finish…including complete control over the foundry’s timeline.

Because we own the foundry, there is no limit to the projects we undertake.


Our work appears in such public collections as the Albuquerque Botanic Gardens,

Rio Grande Zoo in Albuquerque, the National Park Service

(Salinas National Monument), University of New Mexico,

New Mexico State Printing Facility, Edwards Air Force Base,

and the College of Santa Fe. We have been published in numerous national

and international publications.










Home/What's New.

Sculpted Stone.


Painting Gallery III.

Painting Gallery II.

Painting Gallery I.

Painting Gallery.

Bronze with Cast Glass.

Shaman Singer Series.

Contemporary Tabletop 1.

Contemporary Tabletop 2.

Contemporary Tabletop 3.

Contemporary Medium-sized.




Bronze and Steel Gates.

Bronze Vessels.