Lisa Blevens frequently peppers her figurative work to overflowing with brightly colored hearts, bunnies, stars and flowers floating on minimal fields of color. The maximalism of her images gives an early impression of abstraction.
And, yes, you likely saw her drawings featured in the recent film The Shack (they were on the walls of God’s house).
// Lisa’s available work //
recent exhibition history
Affinity // organized by Tim Buckwalter Museum of Northern California Art Chico 2017
We Can Do It! 2 // Hurwich Library, Alliant University San Francisco 2017
Shapeshifting Superheavies // organized by Jessica Snow NIAD Art Center 2017
Creature Feature // organized by John Casey NIAD Art Center 2017
The Table Show // NIAD Art Center 2016
Moonbeams And Polka Dots // NIAD Art Center 2015
I <3 You: Valentines From Angela Rogers, Lisa Blevens + Sara Malpass // NIAD Art Center 2015
Ebony + Ivory // organized by Katie Johnson NIAD Art Center 2014
The Wild Ones// Women’s Cancer Resource Center Oakland 2014
Local Motion, Part One // Hercules Public Library Hercules 2013-14
Undercover Geniuses // organized by Jan Moore Petaluma Art Center Petaluma 2013
A Light That Never Goes Out: Continuing Traditions In Abstraction // NIAD Art Center 2013