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      It Could Be Everything

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      Lisa-Marie Price

      Artist, painter and forager Lisa-Marie Price is a London-based abstract creative exploring the relationship between nature, people and place. Lisa-Marie forages natural pigments to create handmade watercolours, priding herself on cultivating a unique connection between the land and her paintings.

      Lisa-Marie Price’s Inspiration and Intention

      Lisa studied at the University of East London, graduating in Fine Art in 2008. Lisa is keenly environmentally focused, using her practice to raise awareness of our delicate natural landscapes and the ever-worsening climate crisis. The artist delves into how people and places interact with each other, developing works that portray the intricacies between them. There is often a personalised element to her paintings too. For instance, Lisa tends to focus on geographical areas that are significant to her, adding another layer of meaning. Although subtle, beneath the elegant lines and dots lie big topics such as sustainability, ecology and our food systems.

      Exhibitions and Projects

      Lisa is represented by North London gallery Hampstead Garden Gallery. She has shown her work at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, MK Gallery, D Contemporary Gallery, and The Copeland Gallery. One of her paintings is currently on display at The Shard. Features and artist interviews include The Flux Review, Go With Yamo, The Guardian and MK Gallery. Her work has been included in many collective shows across London and private commissions in Germany, London, Wales, New Zealand and Canada. In 2017, Lisa-Marie founded The Workshop N4, a creative space providing children and adults with the opportunity to apply their artistic skills.

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