Athena – goddess of wisdom, the democracy of war, Athens and Greece. Daughter of Zeus.
Paintings – art studio painting
Artemis with the arrow. Painting by Juliane Arnold 2020.
Artemis reaches for her arrow in the classic style, as can already be seen on ancient figures of the goddess. In the background her temple and the symbol of the goddess: the moon. The moon also represents the crown of the goddess Artemis Diana. A hunting dog accompanies the goddess of the hunt and her dress is embroidered with the animals associated with her.
JULIANE ARNOLD: THE FEMALE DA VINCI
Caution: Art discussion
It has become customary in modern german language that men are no longer spoken exclusively, even if women have a function or a profession.
So, for example, male doctor and a female doctor, female chancellor, male president and female president. Male artist and female artist, male feminist and female feminist, male hacker and female hacker, male merchant and female merchant, male author and female author, husband and wife. I know in english it is the same word. Read more “The female Da Vinci”
The depth of these images can not be reproduced on any art print. Her intense color, and the luster of the figures, which arose from the darkness, caused a heart-rushing with me, as in an infatuation. I have always fell in love immortal in art. It was the same with the great art exhibition of the Impressionist Paul Cézanne, who was in Tübingen years ago. The faded art prints from postcards and books can only be described as an indication of the intensity of the ink from an original oil painting.
The pictures of Pablo Picasso hung in my parents’ home all my life.I admired the “girl with the dog”, a drawing so much that I wanted to be able to draw like this Picasso.In the meantime, I have found mistakesmade in this picture and draw my girl better. The dog is perfect.
Inspired by Käthe Kollwitz: Thinking, Juliane Arnold
The flutter of the dove became the symbol of peace movement and the abstraction of Read more “Juliane Arnold: Inspirations for my art”