Daryl Ann Rosen (1951-1973) lived an artful life and an art-filled life. An artist from early in her life, she studied art from junior high school years,. She would work at some of the most prestigious and eclectic institutes in the world, including Florence, London, New York and Boston. From these, she created a body of work that shows the continuing refinement of her eye and the skill and delicacy of her hand. In her short 22 years, she created drawings, paintings, sculptures and objects from metal, found materials and mixed media. Only a few have survived, and POBA is honored to be able to display some that remain.