John Mosler ’82 was a successful Wall Street financier when, in 1994, he attended a show by his erstwhile Princeton professor, the renowned sculptor Toshiko Takaezu. When she heard he was dabbling in ceramics again, she invited him to work in her studio. What was a hobby became a calling. In 2007, Mosler took on sculpting full time, and today he works from his own studio/gallery space that he converted from an old welding business in Gowanus, Brooklyn.  

Graham MacIndoe