Anita Mosher is noted for her brilliant use of color and exuberant strokes across the canvas. Her work hangs in private and corporate collections across the United States and Europe. Anita is a founding signature member of the Plein Air Artists Colorado and signature member of the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society and the Outdoor Painters Society.
Anita studied for three years in the Russian school of painting with Don Sahli who was the last protege of Sergei Bongart, who taught in the tradition of the Russian Impressionists. She also studied at the Art Student League of Denver with Jay Moore and Kim Mackey. She also spent time studying classical portraiture with LV Davis at the Boulder Academy of Fine Art. Davis trained with Clive Martindale who was John Singer Sargent’s assistant.
Originally from Kansas City, Anita first studied art at the Nelson-Atkins Museum when she was six years old. Anita accumulated her extensive knowledge of the arts initially through watching her mother in her own art studio. Anita has paintings in her personal art collection from her maternal grandmother was also an accomplished artist.
Anita paints in her Centennial, Colorado studio and her work has been featured in articles numerous times in Southwest Art magazine including �Artist to Watch� in 2001 and in American Art Collector, Western Art Collector, Art of the West and Vail Art Magazine.She is a founding signature member of Plein Air Artists Colorado and a signature member of the National Oil and Acrylic Painter�s Society and the Outdoor Painters Society.