About this artist

Paul Moore is a fifth generation Oklahoman and a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. In the past forty years, he has sculpted more than 150 commissions for numerous municipal, corporate, private and international collections.

Moore is a member of the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America and a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society in New York, NY. He has garnered numerous awards including four Anne Marion/Best of Shows, the Stetson Award, two Ray Swanson Awards, four Gold Medals and five Silver Medals for Sculpture at the Annual Cowboy Artists of America Show. From the National Sculpture Society in New York, NY, he has received the Gold Medal/The Maurice B. Hexter Prize, the Silver Medal/The John Cavanaugh Memorial Award, the Margaret Hexter Prize and Leonard J. Meiselman Memorial Award. In 2018 he won an Emmy Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for the documentary “Paul Moore: Monument Man” PBS/OETA.

His work is in the US Capital Collection, the Brookgreen Gardens Collection, the Oklahoma State Capital Collection, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, and the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, to name a few. For the past 20 years Moore has been working on the Oklahoma Centennial Land Run Monument in Oklahoma City, one of the largest free-standing bronze sculptures in the world, approximately 365’ in length with 45 life and a half bronze elements. This massive bronze monument will be completed in November 2019.