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Lisa Miceli


United States

14 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Lisa Miceli

Across the River

2022

Paintings , Watercolors

26.67 x 53.34cm

810,00 €

Summer Barn (Stone Acres Barn)

2022

Paintings , Oil

20.32 x 25.4 x 1.52cm

579,00 €

Where Hummingbirds Swim

2021

Paintings , Watercolors

55.88 x 24.77cm

1480,00 €

Traveling

2021

Paintings , Watercolors

27.94 x 38.1cm

787,00 €

Ancestors

2021

Paintings , Watercolors

55.88 x 76.2cm

1573,00 €

Within

2021

Paintings , Watercolors

25.4 x 27.94cm

555,00 €

The Hearth

2021

Paintings , Watercolors

25.4 x 27.94cm

648,00 €

Submerging

2021

Paintings , Watercolors

38.1 x 55.88cm

1110,00 €

Her Bicycle

2022

Paintings , Watercolors , Ink

38.1 x 27.94cm

1018,00 €

The Guitar

2021

Paintings , Watercolors

55.88 x 38.1cm

1110,00 €

Lisa Miceli is a studio and plein air painter who teaches studio and plein air painting at the Mystic Museum of Art, Lyme Art Association, Avondale Arts in Rhode Island, and on Fishers Island, New York. Lisa is-co chair of the New England Watercolor Society “Brushes with Nature” plein air painting program, and is a member of the Noank 9 plein air painting group.  Lisa’s works hang in galleries throughout New England including Arnould Gallery in Marblehead, MA, the Plymouth Center for the Arts in Plymouth, MA, Mystic Museum of Art, Lyme Art Association in Old Lyme, CT, Thames River Gallery in New London, CT, Avondale Arts in Rhode Island, and the Bryan Memorial Gallery in VT.

Lisa studied watercolor painting with British watercolorist Ron Ranson, with Bob Noreika at the Lyme Art Association, Howard Park at the Mystic Museum of Art, and with instructors at Granite Street Gallery in New London. A significant influence on her painting was her grandmother, Lucille Gauthier who was an illustrator, watercolorist, and a WPA artist. Lisa has a doctorate in clinical psychology and her previous work as a clinical psychologist and trauma therapist has influenced her appreciation of the human condition which is integral to her art. 


 

She is currently featured in a 3-person show "Points of View" at Thames River Gallery in New London, and had a solo watercolor Show at Studio 33 Gallery in New London in 2020.  Recent juried shows include the New England Watercolor Society North American Open Juried Exhibition in Plymouth, MA, the NEWs Brushes with Nature plein air show and Instructors Show, the Connecticut Plein Air Painters Society Juried Members Exhibition, the CT River Museum “Hands on the Land” show, and juried shows at Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, Lyme Art Association in Old Lyme, CT and the Mystic Museum of Art. Her work can be viewed on her website at https://www.lmiceliart.com.

Lisa’s abstract expressionist painting “How the World Opened” was awarded the Pamela J Nelson Watercolor Award by Patricia Hickson, Emily Hall Tremaine curator of Contemporary art at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, and Lisa was winner of the 2020 JMW Turner watercolor competition at the Mystic Seaport Museum.