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Alley Shapes
8 x 8 Oil $850

Lisa Mozzini-McDill

Lisa Mozzini-McDill graduated from San Diego State University with Honors, Distinction in Art, and a BA in Graphic Communications. She worked as a graphic artist, illustrator, and portrait artist in San Diego for over ten years. Today she works primarily in oil on plein air landscapes, larger studio work, and commissioned portraits. In addition to teaching in her studio and en plein air she has been asked to judge shows and demonstrate for various groups such as The Riverside Art Museum and MVAL's "Saturday in the Park with the Masters." Lisa has continued her education with workshops by Elizabeth Tolley, John Budicin, Ken Auster, Michael Obermeyer, and Joseph Todorovitch. Lisa's work has received many awards including Juror's Choice by The California Art Club 2009 & 2013, artwork selected for the 2008 & 2010 Top Dog Award by The Riverside Art Museum and second place winner of Emerging Plein Air Artist Award. Lisa's work has been accepted into The Art Renewal Center International Salon 2011-2012, The OPA Salon Show of Traditional Oils 2013 as well as the OPA Western Regional Show 2013, and The Greenhouse Gallery Salon International 2014. She has been published in Orange County's Best magazine and was featured in the artist's spotlight of The Press-Enterprise, July 14, 2008.

Artist Statement
"Creating artwork that is realistic but loose, expressive as well as meaningful is an ongoing endeavor. The books by Kevin Macpherson have had a great influence on me as has the work of past masters such as John Singer Sargent and William Wendt. In landscape painting it is a fulfilling experience to be in front of God's great creations attempting to capture even a small portion of its beauty on a canvas. What I think about when painting is emphasizing an exciting play of light and shadow, an interesting composition, and enhancing a scene that evokes a deeper meaning or emotion in me. It is my intent that this depth and emotion I feel will also be communicated and resonates with the viewer."

Please call 805-962-8885 or email us (art@waterhousegallery.com) For more details.

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