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The Big Little Show > Lisa Congdon (6)

San Francisco artist, Lisa Congdon, was born in 1968 to a textile artist mother and physicist father. Through her mother’s influence, Lisa’s love of art and craft began at a young age, though she has never had any formal artistic training. She uses her lack of training to her advantage; instead of relying on refined technique, she uses her own raw sense of what looks aesthetically pleasing as her guide. Lisa works in several mediums, including paper collage, wood, screen-printing, ink on paper, textiles and paint. Lisa has a passion for tree and anatomical imagery and incorporates them into much of her work. She’s also had a long love affair with the simple beauty of wood grain and the stark structural architecture of barren trees. Lisa’s work is bold and graphic, and she repeats imagery and uses words, phrases and numbers within and among her collections to express her messages. Each of her pieces, which are usually part of a larger series, starts as an idea in a small notebook she carries with her everywhere.