Moore lives and works in Fourways, Johannesburg. He studied graphic design at the Witwatersrand Technikon, followed by with a High Diploma (with distinction) in Fine Art.
Moore, who works mainly with printmaking, often produces work that depicts the plight of endangered species. He represents wildlife from a conceptual point of view. His work often includes references to southern Africa’s ancient San and Khoi-rock painting heritage. These works form part of a triptych of the Khoisan legend of creation. Each print took six months to cut and develop.
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|Wayne Cahill Barker||Gerhard Harald Batha||Walter Whall Battiss||Deborah Margaret Bell||Bongi Bengu||Willie Bester|
|Peter John Bonney||Willem Hendrik Adriaan Boshoff||Mbongeni Richman Buthelezi||Norman Catherine||Erika Hibbert||Phillemon Hlungwani|
|Robert Griffiths Hodgins||William Kentridge||John Kramer||Speelman Mahlangu||Colbert Mashile||Clare Menck|
|John Mark Moore||Zwelethu Mthethwa and Sam Nhlengethwa||Olbie Olberholzer||Walter Oltmann||Milwa Mnyaluza George Pemba||Uwe Pfaff|