Lisa Bulawsky

Lisa Bulawsky is an artist and printmaker known for her works on paper and temporary public projects. Recent exhibitions include the Bruno David Gallery, the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and the Miami Dade Public Library. Recent collaborative projects include Portable Memories in Rising Seas with Fifty-Fifty art collective and Oyster Boat, Volume 1 with Small Craft Advisory Press. Lisa is a Professor of Art in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis and is also the director of Island Press, a research-based printmaking workshop in the Sam Fox School. Lisa received her BA in Studio Art from the University of California, Santa Cruz and her MFA with honors from the University of Kansas.

You can find Lisa and her work on Instagram and Artsy.

The Doubt of Being (from the bottom up), 2019 Lisa Bulawsky Collage, monotype, and inkjet on Evolon 44” x 60”
Portable Memories in Rising Seas, 2018 Sanger Gallery at The Studios of Key West. Fifty-Fifty art collective (Lisa Bulawsky and Laurencia Strauss) Installation view of exhibition and participatory event set-up including 18” x 24” inkjet prints on wall adapted from participants’ scratchboard drawings, screening area with chairs for film viewing, blank scratchboards, and archive books of all original scratchboards made at previous PMRS events. Not pictured: underwater video of artists sharing scratchboard drawing with fish.

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