Thanks for joining to glance over our vision and services. ChoMoGroup on this site primarily focuses on visual communications, print production, and marketing promotions. This group is comprised of ChoMoProMo, Chon Mosley AKA ChoMo, and a list of joint ventures.
ChoMoProMo-[The Ultimate Storyteller] is a high volume production facility/studio. Branding, marketing, and promotion print services are available now. Feel free to leave the butterflies to us. Please go to the ChoMoPromo section to learn more.
ChoMo (AKA Chon Mosley) is a native Floridian. Born 1967 in Monticello FL. He is a designer, mixed media visual communicator (illustrator) and artist. He is an Abstract Surrealist: He most currently creates surreal, illusion, double meaning, enigmatic, abstract, psychedelic, fantasy, figurative, and sensual pin up style erotica often in an Art ambigram usage. He currently resides in The Tampa Bay FL area of the USA.
This further description is for those who desire more information. His most favorite artist, hands down, is Salvador Dali. His numerous influences are from several other artists and artistic movements, including, Ernie Barnes, MC Escher, the Avante-Garde, Dada, and Surrealism. His belief is that they can be seen in many of his most intriguing works. He strives to listen to his intuition and/or his metaphysical to converse with the viewer. He finds the most joy in creating simultaneity and inverse illusions. His hope is that you never grow bored with that same old art. You, instead, just turn his and view it anew. He thinks of his work as “viewing a cloud, a fire or water.” He states “you will be able to see many things, pictures within pictures to share with others.” Lastly, He hopes you will see his enigmatic work as a discovery into oneself. *Look into the metaphysical and find a storyteller”-Chon Mosley.
Education: Dixie Hollins High-Commercial Art, FAMU-Visual Communications-BS (minor Art), UNF-Education-K-12 Art Instructor Certification, and lastly but quite the opposite, God who has orchestrated every connection in his journey of life, art, and elevation.
His Art Experiences: “By the age of four my parents noticed that I could draw and color exceptionally well. (I even stayed within the lines while coloring) LOL. As the images of cars became comic book characters I was hooked…Instead of sleeping I would sneak by nightlight and draw male Super Heroes. In Middle school, I was muraling walls…High school taught me perspective and the concept of art as a way to making a living. (No thanks to my guidance counselors.)” Since then he has worked as an artist, graphic designer/commercial artist and an art instructor. He is currently showing his art abroad. Lastly his motto: Design, Visual communication (illustration) and Art…Leave the butterflies to us.