Art inspired by the Renaissance, Celtic knots, fantasy art, and storybooks. I create traditional paintings, digital art and photograph knights, fair maidens, fairies, bagpipers, flowers and a few meadows too.
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by Lise Winne
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A man in Renaissance and Medieval attire (or costuming) claims victory. ... more
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A man in Renaissance and Medieval attire (or costuming) claims victory.
The Renaissance was a time of masculine chivalry and this man embodies that. He is a master of the bow and arrow, jousting and hand-to-hand combat.
* knight: chivalry, ethical rules, heraldry, protocol
* archer: insight, truth-telling, precision, the ability to size things up from a distance
* Renaissance: enlightenment, strength
* victory: ability to compete and come out ahead
I am a firm believer that the art we are attracted to (or make) is speaking to us in terms of our autobiography: either how we see ourselves, what we are experiencing, or what we want to embody.
I have a bachelor's degree in Studio Art and a masters degree in Art Education. I used to be an art teacher and taught grades K - 12. In order to teach art in the public schools, I needed to learn a lot of mediums. I have carried this into my art studio as well, painting in one area of the studio and making altered digital photographs in another part of the studio. My primary mediums are painting, drawing, digital art, illustrations, cartoons, hand thrown pottery and relief sculpture. If you see pottery in my photographic work, it is my own hand-thrown piece. I have shown my work in galleries and through juried shows at art centers and museums. Some notables include The Delaware Art Museum, Haverford Center of the Arts,...
Nice work! L
Lise Winne replied:
Thank you, Cynthia!