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This fictional docudrama centers around a young painter named Sara. She has recently moved to France to attend art school in the hopes of achieving her dreams of painting for a living. Straddled with themes of loneliness, desperation, and all of the social challenges of being an artist in modern day society, Moving Art is a story of her journey from a beginner to a master of her craft.

When Sara begins to realize that she has real talent, thanks to a teacher of hers, she begins to focus solely on painting, and through the metaphors of the brush and palette, she learns about the mysteries of life.

Moving Art is a Arts & Culture series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (19 episodes). The series first aired on May 1, 2017. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.7.

Moving Art is available for streaming on the Moving Art website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Moving Art on demand at Netflix online.

Moving Art
3 Seasons, 19 Episodes
May 1, 2017
Arts & Culture
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Moving Art Full Episode Guide

  • Louie Schwartzberg takes us on a journey through time and scale to capture patterns and rhythms in nature that touch the deepest part of our soul. What you will see is real organic imagery. Witness how all life is connected.

  • Deep in the rainforest live traditions like the Haka dances, and tiki sculptures, from their cultural indigenous past. Along the shores are wild horses, and sharks and manta rays beneath the turquoise waters.

  • Travel along the Andes, explore Chacapoyan Ruins, the surreal beauty of the Stones forest, and the ancient ruins of Inca empire Machu Picchu.

  • The northernmost area of Japan has rich snowfall in winter that covers the abundant mountains and trees. Red foxes, fish owls and swans, red crown cranes, thrive while snow monkey's bathes in hot springs.

  • Journey across a wondrous island nation. A land of its own, and a place out of time. Explore a landscape hewn by volcanoes and glaciers and left as lush as a world from a storybook.

  • Swim beneath turquoise waters with sting rays humpback whales, follow crabs across white sand beaches, and see traditional Tahitian and fire dancing.

  • Visit the volcanic archipelago that inspired Darwin9s theory in this stunning, gliding tour nature and wildlife.

  • Take in the very picture of serenity as waves crash and nights pass at Big Sur, one of the California coastlineā€™s most ruggedly beautiful spots.

  • Cambodia's intricately constructed Angkor Wat temple complex has stood for centuries, even as time and nature have taken their toll.

  • With sensational cinematography, filmmaker Howard Hall takes you on a serene voyage to the oceanic homes of whales and dolphins.

  • A continent comes into focus as filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert capture Africa's enchanting wildlife and stunning vistas.

  • Enjoy a relaxing journey to the stunning nation of Iceland, where glaciers and waterfalls contribute to the island's astounding beauty.

  • Take part in a stunning visual exploration of the beaches and jungles of Koh Samui, Thailand, shot by filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg.