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Pat Moore Exhibiting at Juried Fine Art Show in Palm Springs

Ancient Pompeiian restaurant, image by photographer Pat Moore

Ancient Pompeiian restaurant, image by photographer Pat Moore

We’ve gotten word from Southern Oregon photographer Pat Moore, who’s in the desert Southwest right now, that he will exhibit in the Desert Arts Festival at Frances Stevens Park, 500 N Palm Canyon Dr., this Saturday & Sunday in Palm Springs! This is a juried show, so let’s all wish him the best and hope he sells plenty of images; he already deserves congratulations for making it in the show!

Anyone happen to be in Palm Springs right now? Visit Pat’s exhibit at the show from 9am – 5pm Saturday and Sunday. If you know others in the Palm Springs area and would like to help promote Pat’s stunning work, share the event information he’s posted on facebook here:

The Desert Arts Festival is produced by West Coast Artists. Founded in 1983 by Ronda Mills, the group has produced fine art festivals throughout Southern California, Arizona and Nevada ever since. Events feature exceptional artists and craftsmen offering high quality original artwork from throughout the Western United States. West Coast Artists events have been among the highest-rated, superior-quality fine art shows in California.

Pat also exhibited at the Palm Springs Arts Festival last weekend, and spent time hiking in Joshua Tree National Park. We’ll be looking forward to seeing new images of the desert Southwest and hearing about his experiences when he returns home!

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