My paintings don't all look alike, but that's good.

The Collection

Not one for traditional canvas, Miss Alice used the vibrant colors of acrylic paint on whatever wood she found.

Memories of the “Country” Club

Title: Memories of the “Country” Club As an 8th grade English teacher, Alice Moseley, was aware of the importance of spelling and punctuation, but she was even more aware of how important it was for her students, especially boys from poor backgrounds, to speak properly whether they went to...

Snow Go Away

Title: Snow Go Away While Miss Alice was not one for snow and cold weather, she did enjoy capturing snow-covered scene with children. This painting was composed in 1976 and one of the few on actual canvas. The work was initially purchased by Mrs. Ruth Bradley, a friend and...

W.C. Handy, the Father of the Blues

Title: W.C. Handy, the Father of the Blues Miss Alice painted this commemorative portrait of W.C. Handy around 1980 using acrylic on masonite. William Christopher Handy, who passed in 1958 was a blues composer and musician. Widely known as the “Father of the Blues,” he remains among the most...