Of Comanche and Pawnee Indian Heritage, Moline grew up near Amarillo, Texas, helping his father break horses. As he grew older, he worked on other nearby ranches, gaining experience and knowledge that was invaluable to his painting career later. He had his first show in Austin in 1973, and became a full time artist that same year. Since that time, he has been recognized as an outstanding artist by the Texas Professional Artists, The American Indian and Cowboy Artist's Society and the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame. Moline won Best of Auction in the Cody, Wyoming, show in 1984. In 1986, he was chosen to do the poster art for the world famous Cheyenne Frontier Days. Moline's work has also been displayed in The Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City.