Ceramic artists Mike Moseley and Terry Bumpass will have their artwork featured in a two-man exhibition at the Lea County Museum in Lovington, NM beginning Saturday, July 25th and continuing through October 31st. The opening reception will take place on July 25th from 5-7 PM, where both artists will be in attendance. The Lea County Museum is located at 103 South Love Street, Lovington, New Mexico 88260.
Mike Moseley (1977 MFA) found his love for art while attending Texas Tech University. Moseley held many prestigious positions after graduating including working at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts and teaching at Youngstown State University in Ohio for 35 years, during which he had his work exhibited nationally and internationally. Moseley has recently retired from teaching and moved to Ranchos de Taos, NM where he continues to create art.
Terry Bumpass (1975 MFA) grew up collecting anything and everything he could get his hands on, often building his own toys as a child. This led to his mixed-media and ceramic works today. All of his works today are one-of-a-kind; full of imagination and discovery. After graduating from Tech, Bumpass became a college teacher at Hobbs, NM then went on to become the curator of the Governor’s Gallery at the Round House in Santa Fe for 8 years. He retired and moved to Raton, NM in 2002 and is now focusing on his passion for art.