Cooper Art Chair, Fiber Artist Has Work In International Art Textile Exhibition

Bob Mosier has work currently on display in Kherson, Ukraine.
Visual Arts Department Bob Mosier continues to earn accolades for his fiber art. “Different Perspectives Two” was selected by jury to be exhibited at the “Fibremen 5” International Art Textile Art Exhibition, October 22 through November 5, in Kherson, Ukraine.
Artists were selected from Austria, Brazil, France, Great Britain, Nigeria, Turkey, Ukraine and the U.S.  Mosier’s work is a 26- by 32-inch piece that was intricately created using a thread painting technique on a stationary sewing machine.
Mosier has had fabric entries accepted into the International Quilt Show, held annually in Houston, for three consecutive years and his quilts “Lennon,” “Different Perspectives One” and “Lazarus” have been featured in two books and a magazine about quilting. “Lennon” was auctioned at a Cooper Gala and donated back to the school and now hangs in the Glenn Performing Arts Center on campus.
A 17-year faculty member at Cooper, Mosier currently teaches Sculpture I, II, 3-D Studio and AP Studio-3D. 

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