Although trained as an architect and urbanist, painting provides an outlet for the investigation of the same aesthetic principles evidenced in his built work: “…Architecture remains committed to a client and a program, and thus it is limited - although the compositional ideas are the same. These depict the significance of fragments in portraying larger concepts by providing glances of particular elements. These elements in turn suggest a larger whole or encompassing theme... They both allude to a narrative, a back-story that provides additional meaning…”
Moya sees his art as a sensual exploration of a compelling narrative - a story to tell. He visually reinterprets familiar cultural and universal themes as contemporary subjects to give them relevance and immediacy, integrating them into poignant compositions that then bursts into individual sparkles of color.