Wayne Moseley is a Visual Artist currently living and working in

Brooklyn,  New York.

    A  native of North Carolina, he ventured to New York City in 

August 1979 to study Art, receiving a BFA from The Cooper Union 

School of Art in 1983.

   He attended The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

during the Summer of 1982.

   His first solo exhibition took place in New York City at The Painting

Center in January 2005.


Photo credit: Todd Drake



   Over the years I have worked as a fitter and mat cutter in a frame shop, as a preschool art teacher,  as an assistant to the sculptor Christopher Wilmarth, and as Scenic Charge for Kadan Productions building fashion shows. 

   For 18 years, I was part of the Merchandising Dept. of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, working as a bronze patinator,  a mold maker, and finally as a product designer. During my time in the Molding Studio, I painted an epoxy reproduction of an Architrave of King Kafre, which hangs in the permanent Collection of the Egyptian Galleries of the museum.

  I currently have my own decorative painting business, Twin Ladder Design.

Selected Exhibitions

Pneuma, June 22 - July 27, 2019,


Dredgers Canoe Club, Brooklyn, NY

Wayne Moseley, Works on Paper, Jan, 4 - Jan, 29, 2005,

The Painting Center, New York, NY

Outer Boroughs, Sept. 10 - Oct. 17, 1999,

White Columns, New York, NY

173rd Annual Exhibition, March 21 - April 26, 1998, 

National Academy, New York, NY

Painting + Works on Paper, Jan, 16 - Feb. 14, 1996, 

Juried Alumni Exhibition,

The Cooper Union  New York, NY