New York Times: From Financial Guru to Brooklyn Ceramist

When John Mosler enthuses about clay bodies, glazes and kiln design, it is easy to forget he was once a shaper of global financial markets. But after a nearly 25-year career as a pioneer in the derivatives market, he made a clean break from finance to become a ceramist.

“In New York City, the draw of money and power is incredible,” Mr. Mosler, 55, said the other day... 

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Artsy: A Walk through One of Brooklyn’s Most High-Tech Ceramic Studios

Artsy: A Walk through One of Brooklyn’s Most High-Tech Ceramic Studios

If you’ve ever taken a ceramics class, you know that there’s ample opportunity for failure: Clay can dry too quickly and crumble; a piece may shrink in the kiln and emerge with cracks; the firing can go awry, causing glazes to turn murky colors.

New York Social Diary: John Mosler & Jean Won Mosler

New York Social Diary: John Mosler & Jean Won Mosler

Together he and his wife, designer,Jean Won Mosler, founder of Maum Design, put pretty much everything they had into transforming an industrial building in Gowanus, Brooklyn, so … now they have to make it work. “I’m an artist who needs to sell art … the place is purpose-built and it isn’t made to sell on to the next guy.” 

Architects & Artisans: John Mosler and the Power of Intuition

Architects & Artisans: John Mosler and the Power of Intuition

At the suggestion of a Princeton classmate, self-described “jock” John Mosler signed up for a ceramics class with Toshiko Takaezu, the mother of ceramic sculpture in the U.S.

It was an intuitive, life-changing move.

Architectural Digest: Inside the Design of One Hudson Yards

Architectural Digest: Inside the Design of One Hudson Yards

Art engages our architecture and sense of place. Our work at One Hudson Yards is about myriads forms and expressions of the physical presence of art in architecture, and vice-versa.

Wallpaper Magazine: New York City’s latest crop of luxury residential developments

Wallpaper Magazine: New York City’s latest crop of luxury residential developments

New York City’s latest crop of luxury residential developments features art by John Mosler

Princeton Alumni Weekly: John Mosler Feature

Princeton Alumni Weekly: John Mosler Feature

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