Koi is a Japanese word for carp. Japanese people have, for years, used koi fish designs as a cultural symbol for overcoming adversity. Stories are told of how they climb waterfalls that have strong currents. This is painted on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished edges. It comes varnished and ready to hang.

- Anne Dosso-Powell

The Meeting of Three
ANNE DOSSO-POWELL


Oil painting on stretched canvas



One-of-a-kind
Signed on front
2016

36" h x 36" w x 1.5" d
6 lbs. 0 oz.

$2,550

SHIPS FREE



Artist
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.