Will Moses continues to carry on the rich tradition of folk art passed down in his family for generations. Will’s grandfather, Forrest K. Moses, put a brush in his hand at the age of four, imparting the lessons he himself had learned from his own mother, Anna Mary Robertson Moses, better known as Grandma Moses. Adding to that great legacy, Will’s individual folk-art style has earned worldwide recognition and his work has been displayed in some of the nation’s most prestigious collections, including the Smithsonian Institution and the White House.
Will Moses and Art Experience
I have always loved the artwork created by Will Moses. His images bring back wonderful memories of my childhood and our family excursions. I love how he tells a story and creates a mood with his use of color and composition. I love to look for the little, sometimes hidden, surprises in his paintings. As you might guess it has given me much pleasure to show and sell Will Moses art for more than 30 years.
I now look forward to introducing his work to the Conway Community as well. I hope you will come into Art Experience to see his prints, serigraphs and other artwork. I know you will be just as enchanted as I have been by how his paintings evoke nostalgic memories of days spent with family and friends.