Lisa Cohen is an artist who has been working in the Boston area for over 25 years. Her mixed media work combines photography, encaustic, digital processes, and a variety of painting techniques. Her work often explores time, place, age, nature, and light. Through superimposed ethereal and surreal images she examines interactions between humans and nature. She works throughout New England, especially in Cape Cod and the Boston area.
New Art Center, Creative Process Show 2016
Arsenal Center for the Arts, Members Show 2016
Newton Fence Exhibition, Newton MA 2016
Belmont Gallery of Art, 10th Anniversary Show, October 2015
Light, Space and Time, online gallery, 2015
Arsenal Center for the Arts, Fernald Opening, April 2015
Boston Public Library, Bombing Memorial Opening, April 2014
Animal Imagery Magazine: Photography, Winter 2012
Watertown Public Library, Solo Exhibit, January 2011
Arsenal Center for the Arts, November 2010
Watertown Public Library Solo show, October 2009
Clark University, Worcester, MA, BA, May 1986; Psychology Major, Art and Women’s Studies minor.
Watertown, MA Cultural Council, 2008-2014
New England Women in Photography, affliliate of Simmon’s Institute for Leadership and Change. 1996-2000