Mrs. Lindee grew up in northwest Wisconsin where there was much inspiration for pursuing her love of drawing. She received a home-based education from 5th – 12th grade, continuing to self-learn drawing and painting. She received formal instruction in Studio Art at Northwestern College in St. Paul, MN, while also participating in choir and touring Europe which expanded her knowledge of western culture and traditions. In 2010, she and her husband Douglas traveled to Strasbourg, France to attend the International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism and Human Rights, and while in Europe, visited many historic sights and art museums where they enjoyed great works of art and architecture first-hand. She sees visual art as a discipline that engages a great many fields of study, and as an artist, seeks to follow the western tradition, combining truth derived from God’s Creation and His Word. As part of the Lutheran tradition, she seeks to communicate objective beauty, truth, and goodness through art. Teaching Art for Wittenberg Academy is her opportunity to pass on a love for visual art and the understanding that great Art is visual Rhetoric.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindee live in rural northwestern Wisconsin and enjoy classic literature, music, and cinema; traveling; spending time outdoors and raising chickens; and homeschooling their seven children.