Alice Moseley Folk Art Museum

Alice Latimer Moseley (1909-2004) was a middle school English teacher and a self-taught primitive folk artist who began painting at the age of 65 as a way to deal with the stress of taking care of her mother who developed Alzheimer’s. Her art is uniquely Southern, providing an idealistic look back at the past, telling stories with memorable characters and landscapes. Having lived through the Great Depression, Ms. Alice had a great admiration for people who experienced adversity, and wanted to honor those people in her art. The Alice Moseley Folk Art Museum has over 90 Alice Moseley originals on display and a gift shop. Open Monday-Saturday 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. FREE Admission!