Joyous Art Exhibit Honors Hotchkiss School’s Legacy

Art: ‘Becoming: 30 Hotchkiss Artists’
John Mosler’s “Femina Corporus” is on display at Hotchkiss. Photo by Marsden Epworth

I laughed out loud reading Leslie Horn’s online piece, “A Completely Attainable Guide To Getting Rich and Following Your Dreams.” It’s about a sculptor, John Mosler, who went to The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, then Princeton, prospered mightily in the derivatives market and gave it all up to work in a fabulously renovated Brooklyn warehouse, now sculpting for a living and getting attention in arts magazines and newspapers like The New York Times.

First, Horn cheekily advises in her guide, be born rich. Mosler was. Mosler Safes.

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