Rachel Mosler, 2012


Troy Moth’s opening night was a huge success!  Many of his photographs sold to collectors in Hudson and in New York City.   We are proud to now offer an exclusive collection of prints from his solo show Nature Deficit online.  The photographs are printed on 100% cotton archival paper with archival inks in a limited edition of 40.  Each print is signed and numbered by Troy Moth himself.

They come packaged in plastic archival sleeves in three sizes with a 1 inch by 3 inch border.

8×10 ($55)
11×14 ($145)
16×20 ($295)

For information on how to purchase a print please contact Harvester Gallery at or 917 843 6306.


Troy Moth whos work features birds of prey that hunt  for food primarily using keen sense. True “WILD”  horses of the american west, and 55 MILLION to 80 MILLION matriarchal mountains which need no retouching to enhance their beauty. Moth’s work has the ability to create a kinship with its viewer. Moth was born on the west coast Canada and spent the first few years of life in a tent guarded by large dogs. He became immersed in nature but it eventually became too much and moved to Toronto for a change of pace. He then traveled across the world to India to pursue a career in photography.
Tory Moth: Nature Deficit curated by Rachel Mosler opened at the Harvester Gallery in Hudson, New York  September 2. During the recent opening several of his photos sold an were very well received by the motley cast of characters who attended. Green Painting has been involved preparing the gallery for the opening with Mosler.

Troy Moth

The exhibition will be on view weekends through September 29th at The Kramer and Cope Pop up shop and Harvester Gallery located at 542 Warren Street.

Troy Moth

The Drawing Center Viewing Program

My work can now be found on The Drawing Center Viewing Program site.



Kramer & Cope + Harvester Gallery together is a POP-UP concept space located in the heart of the Hudson Valley.  Kramer & Cope is a collaboration between designer/builder Nick Cope and organic farmer Everett Kramer.  The two have come together to showcase a private collection of antiques and vintage pieces which will be available for purchase. Stickley furniture coupled with Tibetan and Chinese antiques creates a dynamic environment and eclectic blend of merchandise.  Harvester Gallery is the curatorial debut of artist Rachel Mosler. The premier show, titled Alchemy, consists of paintings, photography and drawings inspired by memory, dream and psychological inquiry. According to the psychologist Carl Jung, “Alchemy, as a nature philosophy of great consideration in the Middle Ages, throws a bridge to the past, the gnosis, and also to the future, the modern psychology of the unconscious” The exhibit will feature work by artists, Sarah Williamson, Christina Mazzalupo, Rachel MoslerEthan Cook, Jenny Brown, Dawn Light Blackman, Adam Ryder, Myrna Enamorado, Leah WolffMaanik Singh Chauhan, James Reeder, Symbols + Rituals, Louis Reith, Jeremy Miranda, Amber Ibarreche, Keren Richter, and Troy Moth.
The space is located at 542 Warren Street in Hudson, NY and will be open on weekends starting July 7th. Doors will be open at noon and a celebration will be held from 6-9pm. Refreshments will be served.


Mammoth and Company

Mammoth and Company, an artist run site curated by Troy Moth,  featured two of my new paintings from the Human Nature series.  Artists Lucas Grogan, Aimée van Drimmelen, Tom Edwards, Russell Leng, Troy Moth and Amber Ibarreche are among my many favorites on this beautifully curated site.


My friend James Reeder‘s work on NURTUREart, Ominous Cloud

James Reeder, Ominous Cloud

You can also check out my new NURTUREart portfolio for a complete archive of my paintings, drawings, sculpture, books and sewn objects.

Little Paper Planes

Now on Little Paper Planes!  These prints are Archival Digital printed on Hahnemuhle Matte Fineart German Etching Paper 310 gsm.  They come in an edition of 10, all signed and numbered. They measure 8.5 x 11in with the actual image size around 5 x 7.5in.

“We had seen God in His splendors, heard the text that Nature renders. We had reached the naked soul of man.”-Shakleton

We Dream in the Daytime Too, Group Exhibition

I was recently featured in a group show, We Dream in the Daytime Too, Descry Arts Projects @ Photobooth SF, San Francisco, CA Curated by Chelsea Rae Klein, Descry Art Projects and Gregory Bartlett, The Spare Room Project Opening: Jan. 13, 2012.  Four of my paintings were published in the Exhibit Debut, generously funded by the Zellerbach Family Foundation, contact Descry Art Projects for more info.