Tender Remember | Collagraph, Relief, Collage | 18" x 15" | 2012
Prosthetic Memory, JFK: Pink Knoll | Softground Etching, Lithography, Monotype, Drilled Holes, Collage | 24" x 32" | 2010
Lisa Bulawsky is an artist and printmaker known for her mixed media works on paper, installations, and temporary public projects. Her work explores the reciprocal influence of culture on the individual, especially as it is shaped by history and memory. Her recent exhibitions include the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., the International Print Center in New York, the Opole Contemporary Art Gallery in Poland, and the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University where she was the 2015 Francis Niederer Artist-in-Residence. Lisa’s work is in the collections of the Nelson-Atkins Museum, the Spencer Museum, and The Royal Academy of Fine Art Belgium among others, and is featured in several books on contemporary printmaking. She is Professor of Art at Washington University in St. Louis and the director of Island Press, the Sam Fox School’s collaborative publishing workshop.