New Work

This piece was created for the Second Annual "comm{UNITY} Exhibition" – a Lake Worth Art Show featuring Lake Worth Local Artists. It will next be exhibited in "Back to Back" at Galerie Kunstwerkberlin in Berlin, Germany in April 2019.

Jewell,

Fabric and paintstick on panel

12" x 13"

2019

I work in multiple media, incorporating repurposed objects and materials into my work. I see beauty in old buildings, used materials, discarded objects, and relics of lives lived and think they speak volumes about events, people and place. I respond to the history and mystery I find in these materials to relay a personal narrative of transformation.

 

Recent Work

About Lisa Zukowski

Lisa Zukowski works both two dimensionally and sculpturally in multiple media. Since 1992, she has participated in numerous exhibitions in the United States and Germany, and her work is in several private collections. Clootie Wall, originally created in 2010, is a changeable, ongoing installation that has been exhibited in various venues. In addition to her studio practice, Lisa has taught workshops at the Manhattan Graphics Center, Castle Hill Center for the Arts in conjunction with The International Encaustic Conference and multiple locations throughout the Hudson Valley.

Lisa Zukowski was born in Brooklyn, NY and currently maintains studios in the Hudson Valley of New York and in south Florida. She received her BFA from Brooklyn College, where she studied painting with Allan D’Arcangelo and Bob Henry, and served as printer for the Brooklyn College Press under the direction of Janet Carlile.

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 Clootie

Originating in 2010, Clootie Wall is an ongoing interactive installation.

Clootie Wall II, from the exhibition New York Meets Berlin, May 2012

The Clootie Wall began as an installation in the small back room of the Beacon Artist Union in 2010. Inspired by the Clootie Trees that surround sacred Celtic wells, the wall was originally a chamber where participants could enter, write a wish on a rag, and tie it into the mesh support. Since that time, the installation has grown and evolved. When the wall was exhibited in Chelsea, the installation was opened up to be the wall configuration that it is today. Versions of the wall have been installed in several locations including Utah, Beacon, Chelsea NYC, Berllin and Truro MA

 

Earlier Work

INSTALLATIONS
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EXHIBITIONS
THE CLOOTIE WALL
EARLIER SERIES
 

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