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Sam Fox School,Washington University
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Lisa Bulawsky is an artist and printmaker residing in St. Louis, Missouri, USA and teaching in the Sam Fox School at Washington University. Lisa is widely recognized for her work in printmaking and works on paper, particularly in mixed media monotype. Her prints are in the collection of the Royal Academy of Fine Art in Antwerp, Belgium, the House of Humour and Satire in Gabrovo, Bulgaria, and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City among others. Her recent exhibitions include the International Print Center in New York, the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and the Dalarnas Museum in Sweden. Lisa’s work is recognized in Printmaking at the Edge, by Richard Noyce, a book about international, contemporary trends in printmaking.

In addition to her prints and installations, Lisa also engages the populist tradition in printmaking. Capitalizing on the democratic multiple, she creates temporary public works under the pseudonyms of Vertigo Press and Blindspot Galleries

Lisa received her BA and post-graduate certificate in Studio Art from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She received her MFA in 1995 from the University of Kansas, where she graduated with honors in Printmaking.


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