I began my career as an Artist when I renovated my first property at 31, and couldn't find any art to enhance my spaces.
And so it began.
My passion for interior design drives me to create paintings that enhance and compliment our homes, like precious jewellery adorns its wearer.
Texture, shades of colour and balance all play a part in creating my work.
I strive to create impressions of beauty, already assembled so creatively in nature in the form of botanics.
The sculpted tangle of satiny petals I lace with dustings of gold, and the tears of flowers after a rain.
May you be inspired and may your soul be nurtured by these images of peace I love to create.
Lisa Wisse Robinson
1999 Full time artist
2000 Solo sellout exhibition Fishers Gallery, Auckland
2001 Telecom Art Award
The Gallery, London
Delshan Gallery, Melbourne
2003 Moulton Gallery, Sydney
Accent Gallery, Perth
2004 Fishers Gallery, Christchurch
Guest Artist, Speaker, Awards Judge, Aigantighe Gallery, Timaru
2005 Central Gallery, Queenstown
Art Award Winner:North Shore City Art Awards
Exhibitions Gallery Wellington
2006 Majlis Gallery, Dubai
Cooper Gallery, Noosa
2007 Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Sydney
2008 Fishers Gallery, Auckland
2009 Bryce Gallery, Christchurch
Parnell Gallery, Auckland
2010 Arthouse Gallery, Sydney
Presents Painting to Hillary Clinton
Pike River Tribute Painting
2012 Sydney Art Hotel
2014 Moulton Gallery, Sydney
2015 Home Gallery, NZ
2018 Central Gallery, Queenstown
2019 Martine Gallery, Sydney
Rose St Trading Co, Melbourne
Watershed Gallery, Hunter Gallery
The Other Art Fair Sydney-Sellout
Lisa Wisse is recognised for her unique depiction of the New Zealand landscape, with land and skies appearing within advancing and receding planes of colour. Her loose and comfortable culmination of landscape, verse and colour, has made Lisa's work so appealing.
She has enjoyed a full exhibition career, with sellout exhibitions year after year. After the 2011 Christchurch earthquake Lisa took a break from her art career, and worked with the rebuild of her devastated city.
In 2014 Lisa moved to Sydney, and her new captivating series "Heavenly Hydrangeas" was born.
"Now I live on the beautiful Sydney harbour, I am inspired by the bright skies and clear waters, by the delicate structure and colour of these flowers growing near me. I love the use of texture and I have layered the paint heavily on the canvas to represent the gorgeous splendour of these multi-faceted blooms.