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Jill Moe




Jill Moe entered Crop Art as a way to assimilate to Minnesota culture after moving there from Seattle. She enjoys entering works, but also teaching others on how to make this Minnesota specific art form.


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[Jill Moe CROP] [Jill Moe Parcheesi Board] [Jill Moe I Cropped My Pants] [Jill Moe 50 Years of Crop Art] [Jill Moe 50 Years of Crop Art]
CROP
2013
Parcheesi Board
2014
I Cropped My Pants
2014
50 Years of Crop Art
2015
Birdhouse
2015
[Jill Moe HallInOats image] [Jill Moe Necklace image] [Jill Moe Birdhouse with Bird image] [Jill Moe Soy Division image] [Jill Moe Goat Cutout image]
Hall in Oats
2015
Necklace
2015
Birdhouse with Bird
2017
Soy Division
2019
Goat
2019
[Jill Moe Jessie Diggins image] [Jill Moe The Revolution Will Not Be Televised image] [Jill Moe Pineapple Suite image] [Jill Moe Groveland Park School image]
Jessie Diggins
2019
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
2020
Pineapple Suite
2021
Groveland Park School
2021

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These artists are swapping out paint and clay for seeds and grains
By Catherine Garcia
Yahoo!Money, September 1, 2020

Even without a State Fair, Minnesota's crop artists are in full flower
By Jenna Ross
Star Tribune, August 26, 2020

Seed art is a family tradition for author John Moe
By John Moe
Star Tribune, June 24, 2020

Lizzo, Prince, Freddie Mercury, and more music tributes in Minnesota State Fair crop art 2019
By Jay Gabler
The Current, August 22, 2019


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