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Amazing! Those color paintings are so detailed and life-like I thought they were photographs! The intricate detail in the eyes of the cute guy eating the watermelon is incredible. Moxy is a fabulous talent and I hope to see much more of his beautiful work here in the future.


Moxy's art is breathtakingly beautiful. His sense of detail is mind blowing to me. I would give my right nut to have even half his talent! ;) I am very happy to be able to call Moxy my friend. Not so much because of his art, as awesome as it may be, but he is one of the most warm, supporting and FUNNY friends ever. And he is so worthy of the praise you have shown him here. He is a great, great artist, but still an even greater man. ♥


I've seen Moxy's art mature and with each new painting he breaks new boundaries. Even I, who has been following his career with interest for a long time, still do double takes to see if it is photographs or paintings. His work is his passion and it shows.

Bernard A. Drabeck

Mr. Hart (is his name derived from Roxy Hart, the infamous heroine of moviedom by any chance?) is a glorious talent. It is obvious from the beautiful drawings that he is passionate about his subjects and that passion comes through the canvas. He is also a wonderfully gifted artist. Thank you so much for sharing his work with us.


A treat for the eyes!

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