Monday, February 7, 2011

Artist Profile

Past the gates of a nondescript industrial park in Manchester, down the stairs of a brick building to a chilly basement — a visitor can stumble into a forest of sculptures. These pieces are the work of Thaddeus Mosley who carves and chisels cherry wood and walnut into an array of abstract forms — some standing more than 8 feet tall. DUQ's Larkin Page-Jacobs recently paid Mosley a visit.
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