MOSELEY, Malcolm

1947 - ?

Malcolm Moseley

Malcolm R. Moseley, was born at Birmingham on 2 February 1947, son of Francis Kenneth Moseley (18 February 1915-1983), a postman, and his wife Ellen Margaret née Cunningham (12 October 1916-2006), who married at Birmingham in 1938 and in 1939 were living at 38 Blucher Street, Birmingham. After King Edward VI Five Ways Grammar School, Birmingham, he completed a foundation year at Birmingham School of Art and then studied at Winchester School of Art 1966-1969, the Central School of Art 1969-1970 and the Royal College of Art 1970-1973, gaining his Masters degree. An administrator at the Royal Academy of Arts 1976-1984 when he moved to Suffolk, living at 131 Norwich Road, Ipswich. A tutor and leader of a Foundation Course at Suffolk New College, Ipswich, Moseley's paintings investigate colour, shape and texture in the landscape, with multi-layered mixed media constructions many are built up layer by layer over a period of time, sometimes quite abstract whilst others introduce a hint of still life artifacts such as vases or flowers. A member of the Ipswich Art Society and exhibited from 133 Norwich Road, Ipswich in 1990, four paintings 'Sunset', 'Sun and Hills', 'Flowers in a Window' and 'Spring Flowers', three in 1997 'Goal Mouth', 'Still Life' and 'Docks and Boats' and in 2006 exhibited two acrylics on canvas 'Side On' and 'Way Over'. Malcolm was also a member of the Suffolk Group from 1987. He has had several solo shows including the John Russell Gallery, Ipswich and the Taplin Gallery, Woodbridge, and included in numerous mixed exhibitions, including the Royal Academy Summer Shows and the New English Art Club, his other exhibitions include the Royal Society of Watercolourists; London Group; Barbican; Curwen Gallery; New Academy Gallery; Eastern Open; Christchurch Mansion; North House Gallery; Peppermint Shed Gallery and the Peter Pears Gallery and elsewhere. He still lives in Ipswich.




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