Moberg received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of South Alabama in 1988. Soon after, he began exhibiting regionally and nationally. In 1998, Randy Moberg received the distinguished honor of being the featured artist for the Harding Academy Annual Exhibition in Nashville, Tennessee. There, his work caught the eye of Lonnie Stout, CEO of the prestigious restaurant J. Alexander's. For the next ten years, Moberg did well over one hundred large original paintings that now adorn the walls of restaurants around the country.
Moberg's painting technique is a modern abstract vision of traditional figurative subjects. His use of light and color reveals 19th Century impressionism influences but results in what Randy calls abstract expressionism.
Moberg's artistic vision recently expanded to include sculptures. He uses indigenous materials, driftwood, and scrap metal to create three-dimensional pieces. Moberg can be seen around the bay on any given day paddling his kayak loaded with driftwood or carrying his palette and painting by the bay. He currently resides in Fairhope, Alabama.
32.5" x 33"