Artist Anni Moller (1938-2014)
Framed print by artist Anni Moller
Measures: 16" x 20"
July 18, 1938 - September 12, 2014
Anni Moller was born on July 18, 1938 in Horsens, Denmark. She struggled to convince everyone that a woman could be both a successful painter and a thriving homemaker at the same time. She flourished in her studies and traveled throughout Europe on a scooter carrying her guitar. That same spirit of adventure brought her away from Denmark to America. With strength and courage, she and her husband Henry Poulsen packed up their two sons and started a new life in the United States in 1968. Anni's passion and dedication to painting magnified and her work excelled. She opened an art studio in Fernandina Beach and attracted a loyal following to her paintings of shrimp boats, light houses, sea birds and island landmarks. Later, after she moved her studio to Kennesaw, GA her art continued to flourish. She painted many southeastern colleges and universities, portrayed sights of the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, and brought to life the important views and buildings of the Atlanta area.
Part Number: 201975HS
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in Lombardy, Ontario, Canada