Harry Moody is a Los Angeles-based abstract painter. He received his formal art training at the Frankfurt Stadel Fine Art Academy in Germany. Moody was a student of the German visual artist Gerhard Richter, who became a great influence on Moody’s own artistic direction.
Throughout his professional life, Moody has pursued a dialogue concerning art ideals and the necessity to express oneself artistically. His work can be found in countless prominent collections.
Black Yellow Abstract Horizon by Harry Moody :: FP Contemporary
Harry Moody’s "Abstract #327" consists of four primary colors that correlate directly with some strong psychological properties. To see Harry Moody’s paintings in person, be sure to visit the gallery before his solo exhibition “Untitled” closes on Saturday April 7, 2018.
“All of my paintings are foremost inspired by nature. When I paint, I do not try to simulate nature in a recognizable representation. I use nature as a point of departure. The actual painting process is a metaphoric journey with allegorical attributions. I catch myself inserting “life” without attaching figurative associations, conceptual forms or themes. Life in the sense as a summary (past, present and maybe future) of who I am." - Harry Moody