Thaddeus Mosley: Sculptor is a revealing portrait of an artist whose creative drive and love of art have shaped his life. It closely examines the details in his abstract sculptures and documents the creation of a new one. Thad shares his thoughts on his working methods, individual style, and influences.
Guggenheim Museum director Richard Armstrong and author David Lewis analyze his relationship to the wood he carves. Fellow artists William Strickland, Ed Roberson, and Sam Gilliam discuss how Thad encouraged them in the early days of their careers.
Lynda Waggoner recalls the summers Thad taught at Touchstone Center for Crafts. Two of his children, Tereneh and Anire, explain how he raised them while creating his art. This documentary is a fascinating look at the creative process and art as a way of life.
Thaddeus Mosley exhibited at the Mattress Factory in 2009 for his installation: Thaddeus Mosley : Sculpture (Studio | Home). Many more exhibition photos here.