Friday, March 20, 2015

This is her first major show in Hawaii,
Nina is exhibiting her work at the beautiful and exclusive Dolphin Galleries in Wailea
and has a wonderful editorial in the current OnMaui Magazine. (See Below)
She is staying "up country" in a home in the mountains
overlooking the ocean.
Sending you all an "Aloha" from the islands!

Monday, October 13, 2014

Parks for Peace News!!

The race on Sunday Oct. 12, 2014 was a success!!
JOHN GREEN made his target of 70.3 miles 
in the half Olympic triathlon at Cape Canaveral!! 

 This was our first Parks for Peace fundraiser.  
The next step is to invest with our grant writer, 
who will  find 10 grants tailored to our project. 
Once we are approved for grants 
we can begin the construction of our first Peace Park 
at the Community Learning Center in Clearwater, FL. 

To stay posted on our progress, view our blogs on Nina's website here:

Also, our Parks for Peace website will be completed very soon! 

Thank you to all that supported and sponsored this race!

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Nina's Radio Show!!


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Nina Winters had the pleasure of recently being interviewed by the Contemporary Art Gallery Online. It was aired on Sept. 13th.
Listen to the in-depth interview of Nina's history of becoming an artist, her life,
her inspirations, and goals.
Now available on

How do you listen in?
Click on the link here:

Thanks again for your continued support.


The team at Nina Winters Sculpture Studios

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Announcing...the Parks for Peace Race!!!!

Please help us create leaders of the future!
We want to inspire art around the world
as seen through the eyes of children.
Please help support this cause.
The first International Peace Park
will be created and designed by children!

Parks for Peace International, a non-profit group, is an organization dedicated to creating monumental sculpture peace parks with and for underprivileged children, allowing their voices to be heard and shared with their communities and the world. The first park will be in Florida and then will expand to other states and eventually other countries - nurturing the talent of the leaders of tomorrow, awarding the best of them with educational trips, art supplies, art scholarships and helping to make their dreams a reality.

Monday, August 11, 2014



Nina just completed 
"A River Runs Through It" for a collector in Colorado.

The sculpture was commissioned as a gift for the collector's husband, who is a fly fisherman.

The title was borrowed from one of his favorite movies, "A River Runs Through It".

The sculpture measures 15 ½" high by 4 ft. of sculpted "river" in length.  

It incorporates an actual model of a fly fishing pole, as well as an authentic fly.

The angler is caught in the moment of hooking the fish, which is abstractly in the shape of a heart.

The stones were collected from the "Frying Pan" - the collector's husband's favorite river. 

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Great News!!

New Award!!

My sculpture "Freedom Angel" won 2nd place award 
in the June 2014 Patriotic/Freedom art competition, 
held by the Contemporary Art Gallery Online!!!

Friday, March 21, 2014


Recently Nina has had the pleasure of being contacted by the team over at to have an article written on her and her sculptures.

Here is what they had to say!
You can also visit the article here

"The larger than life characters Nina Winters molds and shapes capture power, beauty and grace. Superheroes, angels, The Child King of the Known and Unknown Universes or eternal dreamers tell us stories of bravery, resilience and love. The Le Marseillaise inspired Liberte, with her bright, sanguine patina and intricate wings; the sweet, embracing couple that rests atop a heart shaped stele engraved with A Love Poem, by Elizabeth Barrett Browning or the eternal dreamer that still sees hope in this star while the world is cracking under him in So, What Now?, all her figures are highlighted by the subtle nuances she achieves and the restraint of her color palette. Ms. Winters studied at the College of Fine Arts and Architecture at Cornell University, the School of Visual Arts and Parsons School of Design. While she began her career in the field of paint and color, her travels and nature inspired her create monumental sculptures. Her awards winning works have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. Her most recent commissions included a 7′ x 9′ “Galactic Samurai” for the Senior Vice President of Pepsico and a 16 1/2′, stainless steel “Eternity” for the city of Kirov, Russia."

The Littlest Mermaid
The Galactic Samurai
A Love Poem
The Child King of the Known and Unknown Universes
African Queen
Angel de la Vida
So, What Now