Paul Moore is a fifth-generation Oklahoman and a Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizen. In the past 39 years, he has sculpted more than 150 commissions for numerous municipal, corporate, private, and international collections.
Moore is a member of the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America (CAA) and a fellow of the National Sculpture Society in New York, New York. In the seven years he has been a member of the CAA, he has garnered 11 awards at their annual show including three Anne Marion/Best of Show Awards, three Gold Medals, four Silver Medals in sculpture, and the Ray Swanson Memorial Award. He has received the Gold and Silver Medals for sculpture from the National Sculpture Society in addition to numerous other awards. In 2013, he received the Oklahoma Governor Arts Award.
His work is in the U.S. Capitol Collection, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, the Brookgreen Gardens Collection, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, and the Oklahoma State Capitol Collection. For the past 16 years, Moore has been working on the Oklahoma Centennial Land Run Monument in Oklahoma City, one of the largest free-standing bronze sculptures in the world.