Freda Moore

Digital illustration, traditional media illustration, mixed media 2D

Freda Moore’s art springs from a wide variety of inspiration. Her early influences included manga, internet art boards, and art nouveau. While attending Smith College, where she received a BA in Studio Art and a minor in Computer Science, she branched out into sculpture, printmaking, and code-based art. Since graduating, she works as a graphic designer for print & web, and front-end developer. When not designing, she creates primarily line-based illustration in both digital and traditional media. She is interested using storytelling through art to explore dark or uncomfortable themes, often in large format drawings.

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Your Bones on My Bones, Single color linocut on Japanese mulberry paper

Your Bones on My Bones, Single color linocut on Japanese mulberry paper

Seraph I: Dark, Monotype, whiting, drypoint etching on Sintra with carborundum, handpainting in gold paint, 24×36

Seraph I: Dark, Monotype, whiting, drypoint etching on Sintra with carborundum, handpainting in gold paint, 24×36

Angel, Pen & Ink, 11×14

Angel, Pen & Ink, 11×14