San Francisco mixed media artist and illustrator Lisa Congdon did not begin making art until she was 33 years old. Eight years later, it is now the most significant part of her life and livelihood. Aside from four painting classes, Lisa is entirely self-taught. She uses her lack of training to her advantage: instead of following refined technique, she works with her own sense of color, composition and design as her guide. When she is not making art in her studio, Lisa is at Rare Device, the San Francisco design-led shop and art gallery she owns and operates with her friend Rena Tom.
This archival print is titled: “Birch Tree Forest.” Print is of an original gouache painting and is printed using archival paper and inks.
Paper measures 11.7×16.5″. Actual image is 10.75×13.5″.
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