Lisa Berger was raised in a family where her creativity was nurtured from a young age. Her mother had a great influence in her interest in the arts. As an award winning artist, Lisa enjoys photography, painting, mono types and eco printing. In all her artwork, Lisa tries to capture the beauty in the ordinary that others might not see.
She is member of New Canaan Arts Society, Stamford Art Association, Ridgefield Guild of Artists and the Easton Arts Council. Her work has been selected for juried shows at these galleries as well as Wilton Arts Council, Golden Thread Art Gallery in West Hartford, West Hartford Art League, Rowayton Arts Center, Roxbury Art Show, Slater Museum in Norwich, Kent Art Association, Mystic Museum of Art, Milford Arts Council, Pequot Library in Southport and Fairfield’s Kershner Gallery.
Her photography and abstract mixed media and mono types have won awards in numerous shows and are in several private collections in New England. Lisa’s photography will be featured in a two-person show at Still River Gallery in Danbury in Spring 2019.
Statement of Work
For me art should evoke some sort of emotion or intrigue that leads to deeper conversation. My work is inspired by both the natural and man-made world. I‘m drawn to rich color, texture and intricate patterns particularly in rusted metals, peeling paint, and the juxtaposition of new and old. Finding beauty created by nature, taking inspiration from details others may rarely notice. Experimenting with a variety of media, paper and techniques, I strive to capture the wonder of my surroundings.