November 18, 2009 / Creative Writing
In this interview, artist Barry Moser discusses racism, religion, and working amidst mystery.
Barry Moser is an illustrator, printer, painter, printmaker, designer, author, essayist, and teacher whose illustrations and designs of over three hundred works have been displayed in the Metropolitan Museum, the Library of Congress, the Vatican Library, and The National Gallery of Art, to name a few. He studied with George Cress, Leonard Baskin, Fred Becker, and Jack Coughlin, was educated at a military academy, and was once a Methodist preacher. Moser’s many works include a complete illustrated version of The Holy Bible as well as illustrations for Moby Dick, The Divine Comedy, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Dracula, The Three Little Pigs, Cowboy Stories, and the forthcoming The Spy Who Played Baseball.