"Eclipse MXXVII" is part of a body of work inspired by the solar eclipse, observed by 500 million people in the U.S., Canada, Mexico plus Central America and parts of South America and northwestern Europe, in partial or total form on August 21, 2017. The canvas has abundant texture from gesso and pallet knife work to give it a very dimensional feel from the energy I felt during this splendid event. The date of the event is painted within the work.

- Anne Dosso-Powell

Eclipse MMXVII

Oil painting on stretched canvas
Finished white edges
Ready to hang

Signed on front

40" h x 40" w x 1.5" d
4 lbs. 0 oz.



Anne Dosso-Powell
Marietta, Georgia

Getting to Know Anne

Born in New York and raised in Connecticut, Anne Dosso-Powell is the daughter of a jazz drummer and the granddaughter of a Radio City Music Hall conductor. The result: art and music have always been at the forefront of her academic and creative endeavors. Anne’s emotionally driven paintings use color, texture, transparency and distortion to express a spectrum of feelings and concepts. Embracing a variance of styles, her work fluctuates between abstract expressionism to delicate impressionistic realism. She also uses exaggeration, and some primitivism in her work. Most of her paintings have a combination of styles, best described as an improvisation if you will.