Aimee Fitzgerald was born in Sydney, Australia. She acquired her first camera when she was thirteen. Seven years later, in 2008, she was awarded an arts scholarship to Australian National University. She received her BFA in 2011. Her portraits explore the visual linguistic constructs of portraiture throughout history, whereas her landscapes depict places…
"this is so lovely the women are so amazing the look she portrays is almost alien in a long ago world where people were simple and innocent"
"I love how she incorporated the modern woman in the renaissance era, yet it allows us to view the women in the original portrait from a modern perspective."
"I'm not impressed. The images are graphically interesting, but use rather tired imagery and exhausted thematic elements. Plus, the title looks to have been stolen from Joanna Newsom's song of the same"