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Outside the Carnegie Library Hill District Branch at the corner of Centre Avenue and Dinwiddle Street

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City of Pittsburgh, Northwest coast red cedar, wood, Urban Redevelopment Authority, Hill District, Carnegie Library

Artwork Type

Permanent, Sculpture



Phoenix

1979


Thaddeus Mosley



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Commissioning Entity Urban Redevelopment Authority
Owner City of Pittsburgh

Thaddeus Mosley (b. 1926) is a Pittsburgh-based sculptor who primarily uses wood and found objects. His work has been featured at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburch Center for the Arts, the Cue Art Foundation Fallery, the Three Rivers Arts Festival and the Manchester Craftsmen's Guild. A documentary about Mosley's life, entitled Thaddeus Mosley: Sculptor was recently completed by filmmaker, Kenneth Love.