Anne Rosenvald

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Biography

     Anne Rosenvald Moore was born in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, which was first mentioned in historical records in 1154. The city is known for its charming old town, fine Gothic buildings, graceful church spires, and the beautiful coastline.
     Anne’s familiarity with Tallinn’s historic buildings and her appreciation of Estonia’s natural beauty inspired her to study architecture and fine arts. She studied architecture at the Estonian State University of Arts and proposed a Cultural Center for her final design. 

     Anne moved to Florida in 1996 and has continued to develop her multicultural artistic career. She earned her Master of Fine Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Arts from Goddard College in Vermont and submitted the final thesis/portfolio on a subject: Finding Place for Culture.
     As a professional educator Anne teaches art appreciation, humanities, principles of design, drawing, and studio art classes at several universities in Central Florida. She finds it fascinating and rewarding to work with students to create art that reflects their different cultural backgrounds.
     Anne believes that art has an essential role in promoting and enriching culture. She continuously researches culture and creates art using graphite pencil, oil, acrylic, clay, and mixed media depicting a wide variety of subjects from simple, everyday objects to complex sceneries.
     Anne’s artwork has earned her numerous awards, including Best of Show at the Lake Wales Municipal Fine Art Exhibit, Second Place at the Bartow Bloomin’ Arts Festival, First Place at the Frostproof Art League, and Honorable Mention at the Winter Haven Central Park Art Festival.


Education

Bachelor of Architecture, 1986
Estonian State University of Arts renamed to Estonian Academy of Arts 


MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts, 2010
Goddard College


Employment

Webber International University 2003 - Current


Warner University 2010 - 2011


Polk State College 2011 - current


South Florida State College 2012 - current