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Weekly posts by studio staff highlight selections from the archives


Lisa on her “Tit Heaven” series


In a lecture with Heidi Zuckerman, the curator of Lisa’s current exhibition Wilderness at the Aspen Art Museum, Lisa discusses how she began the watercolors that would become the Tit Heaven series.


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Lisa in her Brooklyn studio


Lisa told The New York Times Style Magazine when asked what she wears when she paints, “I have a coat that my friend who is an oncologist gave me when he left Memorial Sloan Kettering. It’s his doctor coat. He’s a lot taller than I am, so it covers me really well. I have also learned that I can only wear these really flat Adidas sneakers, otherwise my feet and legs get tired. It’s a very unattractive look.”

Image credit: Jason Schmidt.


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“Landscape Painting” seen with two smaller works it plays off.


Lisa made this larger painting for her current exhibition Wilderness at the Aspen Art Museum. She says it “looks at my deployment of landscape for the past 30 years.” It’s shown here with Safety Orange, 2010 on the left and Given and Nel’zahs, 2010 on the right, both of which are referenced in Landscape Painting

Image credit: Heidi Zuckerman.


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