Lisa HuntLisa Hunt shares her favorite parts of New York, working with gold leaf, and her lifelong interest in pattern.
About the Artist
Lisa Hunt is a Maplewood, New Jersey artist whose screenprints, works on paper, canvas, and collage, explore the spatial and meditative relationships between patterns. Her work employs lines, symbols, and typographic elements that reveal the infinite possibilities of shape and repetition. Drawing inspiration from textiles, her distinctive use of gold leaf further expands upon these relationships. The influence of traditional West African textiles and African American quilt-making are enduring touchstones in her practice.
Lisa has participated in group exhibitions at national institutions, including the Asheville Art Museum, Claire Oliver Gallery, Highpoint Center for Printmaking, Trout Museum, and the International Print Center in New York. Acquisitions of her artworks are held by the Asheville Art Museum, North Carolina; Weisman Museum, Minnesota; and Google Headquarters, New York. Lisa is a member of the Female Design Council and a founding member of the Black Artist + Designers Guild.
Featured in The Smithsonian Channel's ArtNation series, Episode 108: Design, 2023
Launched The Asha Tile Collection with MADE by Ann Sacks, 2023
Exhibited and collected by The Asheville Art Museum, 2023
In the permanent collection of The Weisman Museum of Art, 2022