Nancy Mosley is an accomplished artist currently serving as an Artist in Residence at the prestigious Cranbrook Educational Community. Her artistic pursuits began during childhood, where she excelled in painting and sculpture classes. This led her to pursue a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Texas at Austin, where she majored in ceramics and painting. After graduation, Mosley continued to refine her skills and technique, ultimately leading her to exhibit her work in various art galleries and exhibitions across the country.
Her work is often inspired by the natural world, featuring intricate patterns and organic shapes. She creates clay sculptures that are both visually striking and thought-provoking, capturing the essence of nature and the human experience. Mosley is a renowned artist in her field, known for her impressive technical abilities and her unique artistic vision.
As an Artist in Residence at Cranbrook, Mosley shares her extensive knowledge and experience with students and the community. She teaches various workshops and classes to students of all ages, promoting creativity and self-expression through the arts. Mosley's passion for the arts and dedication to education make her a valuable member of the Cranbrook community, inspiring and influencing generations of students.