About the Artist
December 2017 to March 2018, Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists Showcase Window at NY State Assemblyman Robert Carroll's Park Slope office, 416 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
February 17 to April 15, 2017, Hudson Guild Gallery, 441 W 26th Street, NYC, NY.
March 2009 – 2013 Clayworks on Columbia, Holiday and themed exhibits, NYC.
May 8 to June 12, 2011 Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition Convergence art exhibit, NYC
November 15 to January 1, 2009 Clayworks Holiday Sale, NYC. Recession/Depression Prices!!
Fall 2009 Sculpture Show, Clayworks, NYC
May 2008 Faculty Day, Brooklyn College, NYC
October 2007 Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition Narratives Art Show, NYC
June 8 to July 28, 2006 440 Gallery Small Works Show, NYC. Opening reception: Thursday, June 8, 2006, 6-9 p.m.
May 18 to June 4, 2006 Madarts Summer Show, NYC
August 27 to September 16, 2005 Solo show, Donnell Library Center, NYC
May-June 2005 Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition 25th Anniversary Show, NYC
October 2004 Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition Solo Show, NYC
March 2003 Nulla Dies Sine Linea, Greenwich House Pottery, NYC
November 8, 2015. Park Slope Windsor Terrace Open Studio Tour, at the home and studio of the artist.
November 9, 2014. Park Slope Windsor Terrace Open Studio Tour, at the home and studio of the artist.
June 3 and 4, 2006. BWAC Red Hook Open Studio Tour, 548 Court Street Ceramic Studios, between Ninth and Garnet Streets, Brooklyn
May 20 and 21, 2006. Park Slope and Environs Open Studio Tour, 548 Court Street Ceramic Studios, between Ninth and Garnet Streets, Brooklyn
May 6 and 7, 2006. Spring Sale and Exhibit, 548 Court Street Ceramics Studio, between Ninth and Garnet Streets, Brooklyn
Awards and Residencies
2017 Su Casa Resident Artist, Tilden Neighborhood Senior Center, Brooklyn, NY
2003 Madeline Sadin Award, Greenwich House Pottery, NYC
November 5, 2015 "Meet Your Neighborhood Artists: The Park Slope Windsor Terrace Open Studios Weekend," Donny Levit, South Slope News.
August 25-31, 2005, New York Time Out, Listing of my solo show at the Donnell Library Center, NYC, illustrated with a large picture of Earnest on page 56 of that U.S. Open print issue of the magazine.
I generally come to the studio with ideas and reference materials, but as work develops often the clay suggests new directions. I build sculptures using clay coils and some slabs. I carve and model the details. Most often I bisque fire the work before I apply any finish, but sometimes I use colored slip on greenware. After I apply glazes and oxides to the bisqueware, the sculptures are taken to a higher temperature in a second firing to completely melt the silica in the clay and fuse the chemicals in the finish. This glaze firing makes the clay non-porous. Lately I have been working with durable air dried clay and cold finishes.
Lisa Lincoln grew up in a suburb of Philadelphia and began taking classes at the Cheltenham Center for the Arts when she was four years old. She moved to New York City to attend Barnard College and graduated magna cum laude in 1979. In 1986 she earned a master's degree from Pratt Institute. She has taken courses at the Art Students League, the School of Visual Arts, the Fashion Institute of Technology, and Greenwich House Pottery. She learned a lot about creative aging group work by participating in the Winter 2015 Training Institute of Lifetime Arts in NYC. She currently crafts her sculptures at her home in Brooklyn, NY.
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