Lisa Kaiser was born in the Florida of 1959.
She grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. Then, after collecting enough tip money
in a sequestered shoe box, took the midnight Greyhound to New York City.
Her work is mostly an effort to combine her fascination of representational
form with the mystery and emotional power of color.
'You know how to mix color, now watch the relationships.' Joe Jankowski kindly offered at CIA.
'FIND YOUR SHAPES!' Vincent Malta urged at the Art Student's League.
Lisa says if she could effectively combine that advice she'd be happy.
She currently lives and works between Brooklyn, NY and Delft, The Netherlands.
2009 Transparent Women, New York, NY
2005-2009 Bacinol Open Atelier, Delft, The Netherlands
2008 Erasmus MC Kinderziekenhuis, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2007 Flevoziekenhuis, Almere, The Netherlands
2003 Oude Delft Open Atelier, Delft, The Netherlands
2003 Red Thread Productions, New York, NY
2001 Spoke The Hub Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1989-1992 Manoir de Kerazan, Quimper, France
1989 Grey Art Gallery, New York, NY
1988 ArtMetro, Cleveland, Ohio
1987 Chuck Levitan Gallery, New York, NY
Upcoming: Paul Kasmin Gallery New York: Naked! (July 9 thru September 19, 2009)
2009 Bacinol Finale, Delft, The Netherlands
2000 Sierra Club, Save the Flattops Carbondale, Colorado
1995-1997 Central Park Conservancy, New York, New York
1994 The House Gallery, New York, NY
1993 Gallery 291, New York, NY
1987 New York University Graduate Show, Venice, Italy
1986-1989 New York University, M.A. Painting
1987 New York University in Venice, Italy
1983-1990 The Art Students' League, New York, NY
1980-1983 The Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
1980-1981 Ecole des Beaux Arts, Montpellier, France
1978-1982 Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, B.A. French