She Didn't Know What to Do With the Dragon in Her Life So She Took It For a Walk and Thought They Were Both Better For It
They Crowned Her Queen of Swans Not for Her Youthful Hope but Because of Her Rage - In Honor of Greta
What Had Happened to Her Sweet Children...The Older They Got the More She Thought of Them as Changlings
After receiving her BFA from the University of Cincinnati, Jan Wiesner has spent most of her life teaching art a nd putting the love of creation back into her community. Her works have a distinct, ethereal atmosphere that instantly transports the viewer directly into the scene. Each work is crafted with an overarching theme and storyline into a collection, although they can also easily stand alone. Often these stories explore the many fairytales within our culture that affect women. Her pieces reflect the distortion between societal expectations and reality, as well as emotional responses that are often concealed . These sculptures embody both the natural and unnatural aspects of our lives.