Sunday, January 1, 2012
I recently had a show at Sweet Laurette in Port Townsend in which I debuted my paintings from my Centrum Residency at Fort Worden. It was very successful as I sold many of my works! Looking forward to showing more of my landscapes in Ballard and will keep you posted where and then that will happen..........
I have been busy painting acrylic landscapes and continue to concentrate on my limited color palette, shapes and unification of objects; Street scenes mostly of my own neighborhood still captivate me as I want to make the ordinary a thing of beauty. I seem to be moving from the panoramic format to the square.
My instructor Mitch Albala from Gage Academy wrote a great write-up on my landscape paintings!
"I give a lot of credit to professional and semi-professional artists who seek out ongoing training or the advice of peers, even after their initial successes. I firmly believe that working in a vacuum can be hazardous to one’s creative health. In my spring 2011 class at Gage Academy, Landscape: Essential Theory and Process, I was fortunate enough to work with such a painter — Lisa Snow Lady. (Left: Turquoise Sky 3, Langley, acrylic on panel, 5 x 5 inches.)..........."
For the full write-up, go here.