Lisa Wiles Artist Reception – June 5th

Lisa Wiles Artist Reception – June 5th

 

Lisa Marie Wiles is the featured artist for the June exhibition at the MACK for the month of June.  Her artwork combines photography, printmaking and painting to create unique print that depict the world through the eyes of the artist.  Lisa is passionate about traveling and sharing the world as she sees it.  The Lisa Marie Wiles artist reception will open on Friday June 5, from 6 to 8 PM.

 

Lisa Marie Wiles

Studied Printmaking at Northern Kentucky University; she graduated in May 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a minor in International Studies. Lisa studied Art at the University of Tennessee before becoming a Flight Attendant in 2003. Travel quickly became an integral part of Lisa’s life and art; she currently resides in south Florida and travel remains at the heart of her life. Lisa’s artwork combines photography, printmaking, and painting to create unique prints that depict the world through the eyes of the artist. She envisions beauty, and aspires to share her optimistic reality – to share the world as she sees it.
Travel has always been very important to me, teaching me countless lessons and helping to shape my personality. I think of each adventure as a learning experience – a chance to see new things, meet new people and learn from these encounters. My artwork allows me to reflect upon the people and places that have impacted my perspective of the world and my life as a whole. By incorporating a variety of techniques including (but not limited to) photography, lithography and painting, my work could be referred to as an altered form of realism. The ways things are remembered are not always as they were, but rather how the viewer perceived the experience. My goal as an artist is to share my perception of remarkable people and places that have had an impact on my life, and to help others see the beauty that is often hidden in plain sight. Even the most enduring landmarks, much like memories, can dissipate and change over time.”
http://www.lisamariewiles.com

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