Mark Moseman

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Mark L. Moseman grew up on a Nebraska farm and worked in New York, Arizona and Missouri as an architect, city planner and artist.

He’s listed in Who’s Who in American Art as a painter, sculptor and art collector. As a nationally known agrarian artist, he became the founding vice president of Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art in David City, Neb., and currently serves as the museum curator.

 

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