Moriah LeFebvre was born with an insatiable creative impulse and is grateful she grew up surrounded by people who supported and encouraged her artistic endeavors. Her art education began in the public schools of Durham, North Carolina, and led to her leaving home after her sophomore year of high school to attend the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem. Later she continued her art education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, graduating with a BA in Studio Art.
Moriah has created a large body of personal work, and completed dozens of both private and corporate commissioned works. She has participated in many solo and group exhibitions, had her work published in magazines both domestic and abroad, and taught at North Carolina institutions such as Walltown Children’s Theatre, The Durham Arts Council, and Student U.
Now a wife and mother, Moriah works out of her home studio in Durham. She specializes in memorial paintings, and has developed a technique for incorporating cremations into works of art. She continues to produce her own personal body of work as well as commissioned pieces.
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