Known mostly for her music, Mae Moore writes songs that evoke connection to place and to the personal. With two Juno nominations, two SOCAN awards, two Canadian Folk Music Award nominations, and many chart successes, Mae’s career has found her songs played in major movie soundtracks, on television, and on the radio.
Mae recently released Folklore , a book of art and music. To promote it, Mae took the train from Vancouver to Halifax and back—12,000 kilometres of Canadian inspiration. Prior to her career as a musician, Mae studied art at Algonquin College in Ottawa and throughout the years has shown and sold her mostly expressionist Canadian landscape paintings in several BC galleries, including Red Tree Gallery on Pender Island where she lives. Her influences include other Canadian landscape artists, most notably Doris McCarthy and the Group of Seven.
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