Nina Winters literally shapes and molds the world around her into something more incredible. Her favorite medium is bronze and her sculptures create emotions of exhilaration and action. Winters seeks to make art that uplifts mankind, establishes new realities and captures what is possible.
She was born in New York City, studied at the College of Fine Arts and Architecture at Cornell University, the School of Visual Arts and Parsons School of Design. Today she splits her time between two studios, one in Clearwater, Florida and one in New Ipswich, New Hampshire, yet her fans span the globe. Some of her admirers are high ranking executives in PepsiCo, Paine Webber, and the Wall Street Group as well as celebrities like Grammy winning musician Chick Corea and Academy Award winning arranger David Campbell. Her art can be found in the Paramount Picture "Kiss The Girls" starring Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd as well as diverse countries in Europe and South America.
Winters has been featured on nationally syndicated television, had her work featured in countless art exhibits and continuously stays busy with new commissioned projects. Her story is an inspiring one largely due to the way she has approached making art. In her work she strives to empower and show people a beauty and gracefulness that does not exist but can. If Nina Winters gets her way she is sure to see a greatly improved planet that she helped shape. A recent work of hers titled "Galactic Samurai - Confrontation of Evil" is a stellar achievement in art, demonstrating that life energy, emotion, as well as story, can all be captured timelessly for generations to marvel at. Her work reminds you of the great masters of sculpture like Bernini, yet instead of getting a classical realism of David slinging his rock at the Giant, we get larger than life beings that are jubilant, heroic and unforgettable. I look forward to a future filled with Galactic Samurai and the artists of tomorrow which will no doubt have learned something from this master.
To learn more about Nina Winters please visit her website: www.ninawinters.com
Michelangelo once said, "I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.” At Artists Run This Planet we see Earth as our marble and we hold a chisel and hammer up to it every day. This beautiful canvas of a planet waits for us to paint it daily. Gone are the days of suppressing art, of pursuits less noble than creating. We have the technology available to create in any medium, and faster than ever before. As artists we are the creators of every new innovation and idea that takes shape. We are mankind’s continual hope and driving force — “Artists Run This Planet." - David Carus, Art Planet CEO & Founder