Lisa VanderHill

Artwork

Bed of Roses

Lisa VanderHill

Bed of Roses

oil on fabric

80 x 30 in

$5,000.00

Confluence

Lisa VanderHill

Confluence

Mixed Media on Printed Linen

48 x 60 in

$5,500.00

Notre Dame en Feu

Lisa VanderHill

Notre Dame en Feu

Mixed Media on Printed Cotton

30 x 26 in

$2,200.00

Story Without End

Lisa VanderHill

Story Without End

Oil,Mixed Media on Printed Cotton/linen

36 x 42 in

$2,750.00

Belvedere Torso 1 Back

Lisa VanderHill

Belvedere Torso 1 Back

acrylic wash and charcoal on cotton paper

32 x 32 in

$2,100.00

Double Life

Lisa VanderHill

Double Life

Mixed Media on Printed Cotton

48 x 48 in

$5,500.00

Reflection

Lisa VanderHill

Reflection

Charcoal,Oil and Silver Leaf on printed fabric

30 x 45 in

$3,080.00

The Beginning

Lisa VanderHill

The Beginning

Oil on Painted Linen

38 x 33 in

$2,640.00

Belvedere Torso 1 Front

Lisa VanderHill

Belvedere Torso 1 Front

Acrylic Wash and Charcoal on Cotton Paper

41.50 x 29.50 in

$2,100.00

Esprit de Corps

Lisa VanderHill

Esprit de Corps

mixed media on printed cotton

48 x 48 in

$5,000.00

Short Stories

Lisa VanderHill

Short Stories

Mixed Media on Printed Cotton

30 x 26 in

$2,200.00

The Swing

Lisa VanderHill

The Swing

Charcoal an Oil on seamed printed cotton with Lined Border

30 x 45 in

$3,080.00

Belvedere Torso 1 Side

Lisa VanderHill

Belvedere Torso 1 Side

acrylic wash and charcoal on cotton paper

41.50 x 29.50 in

$2,100.00

La Victoire

Lisa VanderHill

La Victoire

mixed media on printed linen

72 x 36 in

$5,500.00

Short Stories ll

Lisa VanderHill

Short Stories ll

Mixed Media on Printed Cotton

30 x 26 in

$2,200.00

Venus Taken by Love

Lisa VanderHill

Venus Taken by Love

Mixed media on Printed Cotton/ Linen border

29.50 x 32 in

$2,750.00

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Lisa VanderHill
The creative juices flowed early in Lisa's life, and she started with "art projects" at an early age. In her 20's she worked for 8 years as a decorative artist for la Barge Mirrors, painting oriental inspired scenes on mirror frames. She also managed an artists' coop gallery and operated a picture framing shop. Lisa turned to fine art as a full time career in her 30's, and has not stopped. She explored sculpture, photography and printmaking, but always gravitated back to painting. Two particular things began to inform her work. Sculpture and Fabric. When studying at Parsons School of Design in Paris France, Lisa experimented with different painting surfaces - wood, metal, slate tile, and fabric scraps that had been discarded by the Parisian fashion design students. She discovered that painting on ornately printed fabric opened up a whole new world. Lisa's travels throughout Europe ignited a love for the figurative sculptures that are so prolifically displayed in public gardens, city squares, and building entrances. She focused on the human form and classical sculpture. Vanderhill saw movement and expression captured in stone, terra cotta, and bronze. These very un-fluid mediums became fluid under the sculptors hand and the forms flow and dance. Lisa captures those qualities and translates them onto her canvases. Lisa generates that fluid energy in the early stages of her paintings, before the figures appear. She uses broad sweeping washes in acrylic and charcoal on the fabric. Her approach to the figure is quite classical. She starts with a monochromatic imprimatura and then slowly layers the oils to model the bodies. She incorporates the printed fabric and washes into both the foreground and the background to create her own very contemporary twist. Education: Corcoran School of Art, Washington DC Fine Arts Parsons School of Design, Paris, France BFA American University , Paris, France BA
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