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“Outside the Lines”

July 21 to August 11, 2019

Post Office Gallery

38 Shore Road
Truro, MA 02652

(508) 487-3111

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“Wish You Were Here”

May 23 to June 23, 2019

A.I.R. Gallery

155 Plymouth St,
Brooklyn, NY 11201

(212) 255-6651

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Square Fair

June 6, 2019
6:30 – 9:30 pm

White Space Gallery
555 West 25th Street at 11th Ave
New York, NY 10001

A benefit for ArtWorks
The Naomi Cohain Foundation

Purchase tickets here.
coupon code: ArtistFriends
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interview with
Buy Some Damn Art.

Works on Mylar are now available at
Buy Some Damn Art.

Selected Works on Mylar available at Buy Some Damn Art
Beginning April 17, 2019.

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Drawing Practice at: Artspace

Selected works from my Drawing Practice are available for purchase.

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On View - 250 Main Hotel

Rockland, ME

Curator: Stephenie Sala
Phone: 207-594-5994

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Review: “Surface Consumption”
Boston Hassle

“With an unparalleled level of self-awareness, Lisa Kellner’s artwork explores the particular struggle between running wild and restraint. In a serene Cambridge corner, Gallery 263 is currently home to the artist’s latest exhibition, Surface Consumption. Kellner’s painting, embroidery, and sculpture seek unity within the volatile relationship between control and chaos. “

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Review : “Almost Into Now”
East City Arts

“It is as if the artist teased the pigment off a canvas, artfully stretching it in midair for a brief moment in time before it snaps back into place. Color as the sole remnant of memory would likely please Kellner, as in the end this is the very definition of a painting, making Kellner the latest, modern embodiment of a painter. “