Thaddeus G. Mosley’s Wooden Sculpture and Kenneth Noland’s Acrylics on Canvas Highlight Concept Art Gallery’s Upcoming SaleOct 01, 2022 10:00 EDT
Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, sculptor Thaddeus G. Mosley works in wood to transform it into ingenious abstract forms. His designs are influenced by both ancient and avant-garde cultures across the world. Largely a self-taught artist, Mosley sources wood from sawmills, reclaimed buildings and local forests, repurposing it into inventive monumental creations. The upcoming Concept Art Gallery sale will feature Mosley’s Blues for Pablo (2013), a cherry wood sculpture carved in three pieces. The sculpture is signed with the artist’s conjoined monogram on the lower base. The biomorphic design was created using a mallet, chisel, and skillful carving techniques. Another noteworthy sculpture in the auction is Dave McGary’s The Honor Dress. The painted bronze sculpture is part of McGary’s Native American Woman series. Measuring 23 by 18 by 13 inches, the piece features a cast signature.
Kenneth Noland’s Doors: Carving the Rock (1989) also leads the fine art listings. The acrylic on canvas is mounted to a wood panel with color Plexiglass. Kenneth Noland was a renowned American Color Field painter who stained the canvas with colors instead of painting with brushstrokes. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Bidsquare and browse other online auctions.
# of Lots:425
Price Range:$40 - $14,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Thaddeus Mosley Wood sculpture: Blues for Pablo (2013)|| Estimate: |
|Kenneth Noland Title: Doors Carving the Rock (1989)|| Estimate: |
|Dave McGary Title: The Honor Dress (2006 painted bronze)|| Estimate: |
|Aaron Gorson Title: Oil Mills along The Monongahela|| Estimate: |
|Howard Hildebrandt Title: Nicola and Her Dog|| Estimate: |