Elayne Moseley is an artist based outside of Denver Colorado. She is currently an art instructor at the Arts Students League of Denver. Some of her works have been exhibited in Denver, San Francisco, Chicago, and New York. Her painting "Vers le Ciel" was on loan to Senator Michael Bennett's Senate office in Washington D.C. for a year. A set of her paintings are in the corporate collection of Northwestern Life Insurance offices in Denver. Three drawings have been published in two different drawing books, 'Strokes of Genius 5' and 'Strokes of Genius 7' with North Light Books Publisher.
My art is a reflection of what I see and feel then translate into a visual medium. It could be a moment in time, a glimpse of the past, a shared experience, a noticed detail of architecture. My work often contains some or all of these things. I have an impressionistic but representational style using traditional oils on canvas or wooden panels. Markers and pen & ink on paper are used as well. Many of my paintings and drawings are of the Denver area where I live and work, but I also find that my travels will influence my images.