Gabi Moore

Gabi will be displaying her art in the Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts and Education freight yard buildings, located behind 25 East Main Street.  Look for the sign directing you down the yellow brick road to the Lovejoy building, a lovingly restored old railroad freight storage building named after the Lovejoy foundry, developers of the Lovejoy plow.

Gabi Moore is an artist and teacher with over 15 years experience leading art workshops for people of all ages. She holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts from the Graduate School of Figurative Art from the New York Academy of Art in New York City. Teaching for eleven years at Fordham University, Gabi led courses in Anatomical Drawing, Painting, and Drawing. At Union College in 2011, she began teaching Watercolor as she embraced this medium in her own work. Since she moved to Cambridge in 2000, She also teaches at Hubbard Hall and the Community Center at the Salem Court House. Gabi continues to work on her own figurative art, painting people in quiet moments, between actions, observed as they interact in outdoor spaces. She carries pencil and paper wherever she travels documenting human gestures and activity in our local communities.
Gabi lives in the village of Cambridge with her 2 children.