200 kiln fired handkerchiefs by Lisa Bartleson in a museum installation at The Main Museum in Downtown Los Angeles
Lisa Bartleson, Remember Me To Her, 200 kiln fired handkerchiefs (Installation view from Extent at The Main Museum Project Room, Los Angeles, CA)
Lisa Bartleson solo exhibition at MOAH Lancaster museum of art of 200 kiln fired tiny monopoly houses in variations of white on a table
Lisa Bartleson, Kindred, 200 slipcast, kiln fired houses (Solo exhibition at The Museum of Art and History (MOAH), Lancaster, CA)
Four small brightly colored resin house sculptures that look like monopoly houses on wood pedestals in a museum installation by Lisa Bartleson
Lisa Bartleson, Foundation, Cast bio-resin and natural pigments, 6 x 6 x 6 inches each (Extent, The Main Museum Project Room, Los Angeles, CA)
Resin wall sculpture works by Lisa Bartleson for the Getty's Pacific Standard Time and installed at the Torrence Art Museum, two sheer rectangles in blue and brown
Lisa Bartleson, Vessel II, Blue Ridge Violet Hematite natural pigment suspended in resin, 22 x 5 x 3 inches & Vessel III, Prussian Blue natural pigment suspended in resin, 22 x 5 x 3 inches (Whats New Pussy Cat?, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA)

In early 2016 Lisa Bartleson moved from Los Angeles to Petaluma, drawn to the city’s diffused light, vast open space, and small town feel, reminiscent of the Pacific Northwest where she was born and raised. In February 2017 the artist exhibited her body of work The Memory Project at the Museum of Art and History in Lancaster, California. Her work has also recently been exhibited in Work Over School: Art From The Margins of the Inside at the Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles. View works by Bartleson at Melissa Morgan Fine Art in Palm Desert, California.

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