With our Body of Work show coming to a close, we are pleased to announce that artist Trey Moseley has sold his painting featured in the exhibition.

The work is not only a textural study of various mediums and line making methods, but also his piece also has the ambiguity to read as multiple narratives and story lines.

His use of multiple mediums gives the painting a extra dimensional aesthetic that adds to the certain quirkiness of his freak show-like ensemble of characters.

Our favorite reading of this piece is that the yellow character in the right corner is a child being ‘held up’ by a sort or form of family. After all, the old saying goes: It takes an entire village to raise a child.


Congrats Trey!



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