Few things in this world are unchanging, but the mother-child relationship is perhaps one of them. True love is found in a mother tending her child. Let’s celebrate life. Mother and Child, 1993, terracotta,...
The Resident Artist
Harriet at work in 1999 on her large St. Francis of Assisi sculpture.
Harriet G. Moore was a renown artist who resided in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her media included bronze, terracotta, wood, marble, as well as drawings and prints. She passed away on August 2, 2018, just two months shy of the proud age of 98.
For several decades, her major oeuvre had been an interpretation of Dante’s Divine Comedy in paintings and sculptures as exhibited in NYC as well as at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral, Fort Mason, Vorpal Gallery, and the Shrine of Saint Francis.
Most if not all of Harriet's art has now found a new home, that is, it has been sold or given away to her friends.
View a more comprehensive listing of her life's work, including art sold.