From the Artist
As an artist, new information and experiences are vital to my work. The shifting and selection of those bits and pieces of information that are most useful sparks and light into my creative processes. My need to know compels further exploration in the search for new ways of making images. The result of this pursuit is development and growth. Currently, my work continues to investigate the basic elements of line, point, plane, color and shape. My interest has shifted from the product to the process. A more descriptive discovery of choice is intrinsic to the process of making images. Though the concreteness of the final product is rewarding, the process — the yield of each option selected — is more powerfully satisfying.
—From Brandywine Workshop and Archives records
Philadelphia contemporary abstract painter Moe Brooker earned a BFA and MFA from Philadelphia's Tyler School of Art and Architecture at Temple University and certification from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA). Brooker has won seve...Read More ⟶