Cecelia Moseley is a third year MFA sculpture candidate at Louisiana State University from Meridian, Mississippi. She received her BFA in sculpture from The University of Mississippi in 2020. Moseley has exhibited her work throughout the south including public works and permanent sculptures over the past three years. Some of the public works include being exhibited in Meridian, MS, Oxford, MS, Macon, GA, and Decatur, IN.
For Cecelia, creating art, whether its sculptures or paintings, has always played some part in her life. Being diagnosed with dyslexia at an early age, she found it difficult to express herself through writing. Whenever she fails to express herself through words, art helps her, which is the one thing she loves the most about art.
In her work, Cecelia is drawn to abstract and figurative compositions through fabricated steel and cast metals. Conceptually her sculptures are formed together to create a new way of expression and representation of the way many dyslexics see and process the world through learning.
In addition to pursuing her MFA, Cecelia enjoys being involved with an artist community through working with the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council and The University of Mississippi Sculpture department.