Anne Rosenvald

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Question Mark Art

During my studies at Goddard College, 2007-2010, I discovered many art movements and questions that reflected personal and organizational views or were reflections of cultures that are making first impressions based on limited knowledge of each other’s religions, structures, environments, or cultures in general. One question, for example, is, “Who feels responsible for dealing with issues affecting more than one generation?”

"We have learned the answers, all the answers: It is the question that we do not know." ~ Archibald MacLeish 

When I started my doctoral studies at Northcentral University/National University in 2021, I came across this MacLeish quote that raised new questions. For example, one question is:

"What cultural background or learned skills (perhaps a skill learned from another culture) would give a better opportunity to enhance global collaboration on virtual platforms?" ~Anne Rosenvald Moore

Color Acrylic Paintings

Echoes of Time! 2013 ~ (30 x 40)


The Answer Is Happiness...And
What Was The Question? 2011 ~ (30 x 40)


The Answer Is Happiness...And
What Was The Question? 2008 ~ (30 x 40)

Question1 (4x6)

Question2 (4x6)

Question3 (4x6)

Question4 (4x6)

Question5 (4x6)

Question6 (4x6)

Question7 (4x6)

Question8 (4x6)

Question 1 in sepia 4x4

Question 2 in sepia    4x4

Question 3 in sepia 4x4

Question 4 in sepia 4x4

Black and White Acrylic Paintings

B&W (30x40)

B&W1 (4x4)

B&W2 (4x4)

B&W3 (4x4)

B&W4 (4x4)

B&W5 (4x4)

B&W6 (4x4)


Site-specific Ephemeral Installations - Question in Nature - 2011

Question in Nature 1 2011

Question in Nature 2 2011

Question Christmas Wish?

Question Christmas Wish?

Site-specific Ephemeral Installations - Special Global Edition - 2011

My Special Edition Armageddon Installation Project was created to reflect my deepest sorrow

for losing my husband, Captain Richard (Dick) Moore, to brutal cancer. I want to take a moment

to honor my late husband, Captain Richard (Dick) Moore, who passed away on February 20, 2004.

He introduced me to Western cultures, was a great Dad to my daughter, Külliki (Nikki) Rosenvald, and

enabled me to work on my art, capturing cultural landscapes and beautiful sceneries in different media;

also participate in sponsored charity projects and continue my education. 

Question in Nature   Armageddon 1

Question in Nature  Armageddon 2

Question in Nature  Armageddon 3

Question in Nature  Armageddon 4

Question in Nature Armageddon 5

Question in Nature Armageddon 6

Question in Nature Armageddon 7

Question in Nature Armageddon 8