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Lisa Grossman






 

“For nearly twenty years my prairie work, primarily plein air, has been a sustained meditation on open spaces. The power of this place, and my visceral responses to weather and shifts in light, color, and seasons, have been the true subjects of my work.
My work has always been about shifts and the ephemeral. I’m not so much trying to freeze moments in time as much as I am attempting to convey my experience of them. My wish is to share some of what I’ve discovered, offering a new way a seeing these waterways and open prairie spaces that hopefully, ultimately, awakens a new appreciation for them.”
- Lisa Grossman

Lisa Grossman is a full-time painter and printmaker based in Lawrence, whose landscapes focus on wide Kansas skies and prairies and the Kansas River Valley. She has degrees from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the University of Kansas. Grossman has had seventeen solo shows around the Midwest and on either coast. Her work is included in the collections of the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas, the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Overland Park, Kansas, and the Beach Museum of Art at Kansas State University, as well as numerous public and private collections. She is a 2009 recipient of the Kansas Arts Commission’s Mid-Career Fellowship.


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