Lisa Hunt is a Maplewood, NJ-based visual artist whose screen-printed works explore the meditative relationships of patterns. Hunt draws inspiration from textiles, often working with a gold leaf motif. Recently, she expanded into collage, where her work is influenced by traditional African American quilt-making.
In 2021, Lisa Hunt will be a founding fellow at the New Hope Colony Artist Residency, and her work will be featured at International Print Center New York and the Trout Museum. Previously, Hunt’s pieces have been exhibited at the Texas Contemporary Art Fair and have appeared in Elle Decor, Interior Design, and Luxe Interiors + Design. Hunt is a founding member of the Black Artists + Designers Guild and is represented by Uprise Art and Stella Ripley Contemporary.
2021 - Trout Museum of Art, “Unraveled. Restructured. Revealed. Where Contemporary Art and Diverse Perspectives Intersect”, Appleton, Wisconsin
2021 - International Print Center New York (IPCNY), “Mapping Narratives: New Prints 2021/Winter”, New York, New York
2020 - LA Design Festival, “Evolved Resolve”, Los Angeles, California
2019 - Texas Contemporary Art Fair, George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas
2018 - Bernhardt Furniture Gallery, High Point, North Carolina (Solo Exhibition)
2017 - Brooklyn Expo Center, “The Other Art Fair”, Brooklyn, New York