Lisa Ericson first became known for her photo-realistic renderings of “mouser-flies” (rodents with butterfly wings) and subsequently paintings of fish whose sprawling fins act as habitats for smaller species in need of protection. Her technical skill is beyond compare. The depth of her feeling really shines through in her gorgeous depictions of supernatural beings which look as though they could be photographs taken on a night safari or deep-dive.

Artist Website: http://www.lisaericson.com/

Current and Previous Works by Lisa Ericson

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  • “Lost & Found”

    (2016)
    $2,000
    Sold
    Acrylic on birch panel
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

    Shows:

    • The New Vanguard – Taking place at The Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH)
    • Small Works Holiday Group Show (Project Room)
  • “Refuge”

    (2016)
    $2,000
    Sold
    Acrylic on birch panel
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

    Show:

    • LAX / ORD – curated show at Vertical Gallery (Chicago, IL)
  • “Piece of Sky”

    (2016)
    $2,000
    Sold
    Acrylic on wood panel
    12" × 12"
    30 × 30 cm

    Show:

    • Scope Miami 2016
  • “Into the Dark”

    (2018)
    $5,500
    Sold
    Acrylic on Panel
    24" × 20"
    61 × 51 cm

    Show:

    • Border Crossing (Project Room)
  • “The Crossing”

    (2018)
    $4,000
    Sold
    Acrylic on Panel
    20" × 16"
    51 × 41 cm

    Show:

    • Border Crossing (Project Room)
  • “The Crossing II”

    (2018)
    $4,000
    Sold
    Acrylic on Panel
    20" × 16"
    51 × 41 cm

    Show:

    • Border Crossing (Project Room)
  • “Drift”

    (2018)
    $4,000
    Sold
    Acrylic on Panel
    20" × 16"
    51 × 41 cm

    Show:

    • Border Crossing (Project Room)
  • “Safe Passage”

    (2018)
    $4,000
    Sold
    Acrylic on Panel
    20" × 16"
    51 × 41 cm

    Show:

    • Border Crossing (Project Room)