About Connie Mae
The beauty I find in ordinary things, such as how sunshine affects a leaf, how a drop of water reflects color, and how light and shadows create unique design and sense of a place or part of nature, brings me joy and often a sense of calm. I so enjoy searching out details, subtle colors, light, and shadows that make a scene unique and translating that with my paint onto a surface while attempting to communicate the feeling the scene gives me with you, the viewer. I hope that you'll sense the calm of a place, the joy of the beauty, and experience the peace that these bring.
West Virginia artist Connie Mae Moeller grew up hiking in Michigan's woods, drawing and painting from her experiences. She majored in fine art at Spring Arbor University and received additional education at the Kalamazoo Institute of Art. Her early works were accepted into juried shows and galleries receiving honorable mentions. For several years, Connie's artistic attention was devoted to teaching art classes. Since moving to West Virginia in 2012, she enjoys the state’s wild and wonderful outdoors, and her art celebrates the beauty she finds. Her paintings have won awards and been accepted into several juried shows. An active member of her community, she has served on her local council for the arts and contributes to educational art programs. Professional memberships include Tamarack: The Best of West Virginia and Allied Artists of WV.