Los Angeles art critic and writer A. Moret presents an in depth look intothe work of artist Lisa Adams and explores the two largest and most complex paintings of the artist’s career to date. The two paintings were created specifically for a group exhibition titled “Edenistic Divergence” at the Riverside Art Museum. The exhibition runs from November 21, 2009 through February 20, 2010.
Lisa Adams is a Los Angeles based artist. She is the recipient of a Fulbright Professional Scholar Award, a Brody Arts Fund Fellowship and a Durfee ARC Grant. Her work is in the collections of Eli Broad, The Frederick Weisman Museum and the Laguna Museum of Art. Ms. Adams has been an artist-in-residence in Slovenia, Finland, Japan, Holland and Costa Rica. Her work has been exhibited extensively, nationally and internationally, and she is represented in Los Angeles by Lawrence Asher Gallery and in San Francisco by Michael Rosenthal Gallery. The magazine was designed by award-winning, graphic designer Jayme Odgers.
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