KALEIDOSCOPE 6

IMAGINATION'S LEGACY
A Celebration of Literature for Children and Young Adults
Calgary Convention Centre ~ October 3-5, 1996 ~ Calgary, Alberta


Barry Moser

Barry Moser is the consummate artist with experience as a designer, printmaker, painter, illustrator, printer, author, teacher and lecturer. Born in Tennessee, he was schooled at Auburn University, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and then did graduate work at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. His works are represented in many prestigious collections including the Metropolitan Museum, the British Museum, Harvard, Princeton and the Library of Congress.

Mr. Moser's body of work includes almost 200 titles which he has illustrated or designed, including Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland which won the National Book Award for Design and Illustration in 1983. In 1991 he won the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award for his collaboration with Cynthia Rylant - Appalachia, the Voices of Sleeping Birds. Other Kaleidoscope alumnae with whom he has worked include Patricia MacLachlan and Virginia Hamilton.


Selective Bibliography (all as illustrator):

Ali Jadhu Storybook, Harcourt, 1992.
And Still the Turtle Watched, Dial, 1991.
Appalachia, Harcourt, 1991.
Ariadne, Awake!, Viking, 1994.
Call of the Wild, Maxwell MacMillan Canada, 1994.
Cloud Eyes, Harcourt, 1994.
Farm Summer 1942, Dial, 1994.
Pilgrim's Progress, W. B. Eerdmans, 1994.
Tales of Edgar Allan Poe, Books of Wonder, 1991.
What You Know First, HarperCollins, 1995.
When Birds Could Talk and Bats Could Sing, Blue Sky, 1996.


Kaleidoscope 6 Presenters
Wednesday, July 17, 1996
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