Join the Society of Sculptors at our annual exhibition as they celebrate 80 years as a Guild. Twenty one of this Guild's finest artists will be showing new work, juried by long-time member and renowned sculptor, Thaddeus Mosley.
Thaddeus Mosley is a Pittsburgh-based sculptor who works primarily in wood and is a former long–time member and officer of the Society of Sculptors. Highlights of his career include solo and two-person exhibitions at the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts as Artist of the Year in 1979, the Three Rivers Arts Festival with Selma Burke, the Manchester's Craftsman's Guild, and the Cue Art Foundation Gallery in New York City. Mr. Mosley's public art in Pittsburgh includes the 14-foot cedar Phoenix in the Hill District, the Mountaintop limestone at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library, and his Three Rivers Bench in the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
The following artists will be featured in the Society of Sculptor's 80th Anniversary Annual Exhibition:
Peter Calaboyias, Anders Anderson, Edmund Tillotson, Gary Zak, Trevor King, Lyn Ferlo, Elizabeth Asche Douglas, Patti Menick, Sarika Goulatia, Robert Weaver, Jeremy Tarr, Laurie Barnes, Pati Beachley, Malia Bennett, Priscilla Pfanstiel Robinson, Ross Hardy, Christopher J. Walnoha, Judi Charlson, Alison Helm, Ronald Nigro