University Liggett School to honor artist Josh Moulton ‘96
University Liggett School will honor professional artist Josh Moulton ’96 in May as the school’s 2019 Arts Hall of Fame recipient.
“I’m honored and excited to come back to University Liggett School for the Arts Hall of Fame,” Moulton said. “It was clear from day one that I wasgoing to be an artist and I never lost sight of that goal. My teachers at University Liggett School helped me to attain my goal, along with my parents, Amy Trevor Moulton and Conrad Moulton, whoworked so hard to send me there.”
Moulton, a 1996 graduate of University Liggett School, began work as aprofessional painter more than 15 years ago. He opened the Josh Moulton FineArt Gallery in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago in 2011. Moulton’s workcan be found in corporate offices and other institutions around the country and hasbeen showcased in galleries in Santa Fe, NM, Chicago and Winnetka, IL.
“We are thrilled to honor artist Josh Moulton as our 2019 Distinguished
Arts Hall of Fame recipient,” said Katie Durno, University Liggett School director of alumni relations. “He is an incredible talent and his extraordinarily vibrant paintings capture people, architecture, and landscapes in a way that is original, yet identifiable. It’s no wonder he’s found such great professional success pursing his passion.”
Previous Arts Hall of Fame honorees are photographer Cybelle Codish ‘94, Michelle “Mitch” McCabe ‘89, actress Julie Harris ’44 CDS and comedian and actress Gilda Radner. ’64 LIG.