Reuben Moore’s art focuses on overlooked or everyday objects and imagery, and the untapped, elusive power of their personal and universal meaning.

His current series of sculptures employs shapes that recall windows, doorways, picture frames, mirrors, and other transitional forms. They are constructed out of wood, layers of cardboard, papier-mâché, and paint.

Moore’s work has been written about in The Boston Globe, Art New England, and New York Arts magazine. His art has been exhibited in New York City, Miami, Boston, North Carolina, and elsewhere. He was raised in North Carolina and graduated from the NC School of the Arts before receiving his BFA from Montserrat College of Art in Massachusetts. He now resides in New York.