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Thank You, Steve

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Fayetteville lost a fine member of our community last week with the death of Steve Moore. Some of Steve’s photographs of Fayetteville landmarks have appeared in the Free Weekly.
His work was popular with those seeking colorful and panoramic photographs of places like the University of Arkansas or the old Mountain Inn.
The first year he showed his work at the Fayetteville Fine Arts Festival, it was one of the top sellers.
Before concentrating strictly on his art, Steve worked as a cabinetmaker and woodworker.
He was also a proud and loving father. Steve was 69.

Fayetteville lost a fine member of our community last week with the death of Steve Moore. Some of Steve’s photographs of Fayetteville landmarks have appeared in the Free Weekly.

His work was popular with those seeking colorful and panoramic photographs of places like the University of Arkansas or the old Mountain Inn.

The first year he showed his work at the Fayetteville Fine Arts Festival, it was one of the top sellers.

Before concentrating strictly on his art, Steve worked as a cabinetmaker and woodworker.

He was also a proud and loving father. Steve was 69.

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