LISA POST is an award winning graphic designer, fine artist, photographer, and art curator. She is a magna cum laude graduate of The New York Institute of Technology, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Design Graphics, and winning a Gold Medal in Design Graphics from the school.
While working as a graphic designer for a division of Ogilvy and Mather Worldwide, her work for clients such as G.P. Putnam's Sons, Random House, Simon & Schuster, Alfred A. Knopf, and Crown Publishers, had appeared in magazines and newspapers, including The New York Times, The New Yorker, Publisher's Weekly, Vanity Fair, TV Guide, The Los Angeles Times, Vogue, GQ and numerous other publications.
Her freelance clients have included The City of New Rochelle, Family Services of Westchester, New Rochelle Art Association, The New Rochelle Council on the Arts, The City of Yonkers, New York Institute of Technology, Kings Harbor Multicare Center and Lawrence Nursing Care Center. She has also created ads, logos, business cards, journals, posters, and invitations for various private and public clients.
She is a current member of the New Rochelle Art Association, and a former member of the New Rochelle Council on the Arts, and the Mamaroneck Artists Guild.
As a fine artist working in several medium, photographer and digital artist, she exhibits nationally. She has won many awards for her work and has sold many pieces as an exhibiting artist and photographer. Artwork of hers is often hanging in the City Hall Office of the Mayor of New Rochelle, a digital art piece was published in the 2008 calendar for the city, and photos published in the county-wide 2009 and 2012 Westchester Town Planner calendar. She completed a commission by the City of Yonkers for its Waterfront Revitalization project, has two photos in the International Library of Photography, and was a participant in the Tree Project of the International Fiber Collaborative, which is on permanent display in the Earlyworks Children's Museum in Alabama. Two pieces of her art are included in the book “Rescuing the Rhythm - The Spirit of New Orleans”, a charitable project. Lisa also donates her graphic design skills every year for various Veterans projects including designing the posters for the Memorial Day and Patriot’s Day activities in New Rochelle.
Since 2012 Lisa is also an art curator, curating several highly successful shows throughout Westchester and the Bronx. Lisa is a Certified Therapeutic Art Life Coach, teaching well received classes on the subject. She was also the Social Media Manager/Publicist for a large nursing home in the Bronx, creating and running their Facebook page, along with writing and securing ongoing articles in local newspapers and features on local tv stations.
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Some of my abstract paintings. I work in various mediums, but the majority is acrylics or mixed media. I like to explore the colors and textures in my artwork. Abstracts are a great way to express your feelings.
I have been working on a series of rockers, musicians and singers done in a graphic style using a limited or monochromatic palette.
I create my digital art in many ways. Sometimes I paint with a tablet directly on the screen, or I often start with a photo and then use the computer to manipulate it to create a unique design.
As a Graphic Designer with many years of working with a wide variety of clients, I know the key to a successful design project lies in clear communication at every step of the design process. I will keep you abreast of the latest ideas, designs, and creative developments on your project. My prices are reasonable and I always meet my deadlines.
I started curating art exhibits several years ago and have had great success with all of them, all of which were favorably reviewed in the local newspapers. My themed exhibits were all well attended and a big hit with both artists and gallery attendees.
I am a Certified Therapeutic Art Life Coach. Many celebrities, such as Oprah Winfrey, claim a life coach has changed their lives. But you don't need to be a celebrity to allow me to help you achieve your goals. Why struggle on your own when you can achieve success, and change your life and your mood with the support and tools of a skilled Therapeutic Art Life Coach? Working through different projects, we can see what is causing you to not reach those goals and achieve the level of success you deserve. Through art we identify and take measures to change the course of your thinking and your future. Group classes and one-on-one instruction available via Zoom or in person.