Description Watercolor on paper,original size 30cm x 40cm,2020.Mission San Francisco de la Espada is a Roman Rite Catholic mission established in 1690 by Spain and relocated in 1731 to present-day San Antonio, Texas, in what was then known as northern New Spain. The mission was built in order to convert local Native Americans to Christianity and solidify Spanish territorial claims in the New World against encroachment from France. Today, the structure is one of four missions that comprise San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.Most of my works are for sale. Please, contact me if you are interested in a particular original.
Barbara Pommerenke, Rostock Member Since February 2012 Artist Statement I would like so much that my pictures were more, not accidental nice entertainment, no, that they would inspire and touch people and show the viewer the full range of life and human existence. (Emil Nolde, 1927) ***
Born in 1965. Living in Rostock, Germany. My website with full portfolio, gallery and shop: http://www.barbara-pommerenke.de
Education in Fine Arts attending an art class of Waldemar Krämer at Rostock's Conservatory, in youth summer camps for Fine Art led by several regionally important artists as well as attendance of classes at the College of Applied Arts Heiligendamm and the Adult Education Center Rostock.
Profession: Study of Pharmacy and doctoral degree in natural sciences, working as a pharmacist.
Most of my works are for sale. Please, contact me concerning the availability, price, shipping options and fee of a particular original.