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Lisa Houck
"Reigning and Roosting" Folk Art inspired linoleum block bird print, deep blue

2023

About the Item

Lisa Houck is a highly established artist from Boston, recently re-located to Maine, with a very large following devoted to her exceptional paintings, watercolors, mosaics and prints reminiscent of Folk Art, Matisse and Aborigine art. Houck is widely admired and recognized for a gorgeous sense of color and a sensibility both playful and serious that is uniquely her own. This is one of her 3 most recent large format bird prints in various shades of blue and aqua in a series which now consists of a total of 10 related prints. They are outstanding installed individually or as groups. Houck's highly sophisticated and complex sense of pattern and design is delightfully whimsical, as well as extraordinarily compelling for its knowledge of so many artistic forms which the artist is miraculously able to reference and incorporate, while maintaining a style so distinctively recognizable as her own. Lisa Houck "Flittering and Fluttering" 2023 Linoleum Block Print Edition 10 35.25 x 23.25 Inches This print is not framed. Lisa Houck has an outstanding reputation for not only her work as a printmaker but for achievements in painting, watercolor, mosaic and textiles as well. She has executed many large permanent public art commissions for interior and exterior sites in Boston and nationwide including ambitious murals for Dana Farber, The Children's Hospital, Frieda Garcia Park and numerous libraries, playgrounds and other public buildings. Her works have been featured in many museum and gallery exhibitions and are included in a multitude of public and private collections. Artist's Statement: "I work in watercolor, oil on wood, ceramics, mosaics and etching. Each medium allows me to invent new ways to express my view of nature through color and pattern. My artwork has been exhibited widely, and is in numerous public and private collections, including The Boston Athenaeum, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Children's Hospital, Fidelity Investments, four libraries in Broward County Florida, Hale and Dorr, Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston." LISA HOUCK Education and Professional Affiliations: Tufts University/School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA: M.F.A. 1989. Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI: B.F.A. 1975. Boston Printmakers Selected Solo Exhibitions: Beth Urdang Gallery, Boston, MA 2017, 2021 Cambridge Arts Council, Gallery 344, “A Long Walk with No Destination”, Cambridge, MA 2016 Patricia Carega Gallery: “White Line Woodcuts,” Center Sandwich, NH 2014 Rivers School, Weston, MA 2008 Bentley College: “All About the Square,” Waltham, MA 2003. Barton-Ryan Gallery: “Improbable Botanicals and Landscapes,” Boston, MA 2000. Randall Beck Gallery: Boston, MA 1993, 1991. Barbara Singer Fine Art: Cambridge, MA 1991. Coyote Gallery: Cambridge, MA 1989. Tufts University: “MFA Thesis Exhibition,” Cohen Arts Center, Medford, MA 1988. Modestino Gallery: Cambridge, MA 1987, 1986. New England School of Art and Design: Boston, MA 1986. Mott House: “The Comet and Other Phenomena,” Washington, DC 1986. Selected Group Exhibitions: Cove Street Arts, “Menagerie a Trois”, Portland, ME, 2022 Fuller Craft Museum: “Mosaics Today”, Brockton, MA 2022 Turtle Gallery, “Summer Show”, Deer Isle, ME 2022 Gallery Twist, Lexington, MA “impressions” 2019 and 2020 Boston Athenaeum, New England on Paper, Boston, MA 2017 Cotuit Center for the Arts: Marking Time: 70 Years of the Boston Printmakers, Cotuit, MA 2017 Arsenal Center for the Arts, Big Prints, Watertown, MA 2016 FPAC Gallery, Fort Point Channel, “Mosaic Muse”, Boston, MA 2016 Art of Mosaic: Piecing it Together, Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA 2013 Highfield Hall, National Mosaic Exhibit on Cape Cod, Falmouth, MA, 2011 Fancy Plants: Bentley University, 2010 Contemporary Mosaics: Attleboro Arts Museum, 2010 Boston Children’s Museum: “I See Trees,” 2009. Somerville Museum: “Art of Mosaic,” 2009. Milton Academy: “Design/Build,” 2009. Danforth Museum: Members Show, 2007 Boston Printmakers: North American Print Biennial, 2005. Peabody Essex Museum: “In Nature’s Company,” Salem, MA 2004. Cambridge Art Association: “Hot Colors,” (Best in Show Award), Cambridge, MA 2002. Tufts University: “Alumni Exhibition,” Aidekman Gallery, Medford, MA 2001. Acacia Gallery: Gloucester, MA 2000. Wiggin Gallery: “Women in Watercolor,” Boston Public Library, Boston, MA 2000. New Art Center: “Lasting Impressions: Looking at the Land,” Newton, MA 1997. Bernard Toale Gallery: “The Pet Show,” Boston, MA 1996. Albers Gallery: Memphis, TN 1994, 1992,1991. Pritam & Eames: East Hampton, NY 1992. Boston Center for the Arts: Boston, MA 1989. DeCordova Museum: “Explorations in Handmade Paper,” Lincoln, MA 1989. Fuller Museum of Art: “RISD Alumni in Boston,” Brockton, MA 1989. lisa houck Selected Collections: The Boston Company The Boston Public Library Brigham and Women’s Hospital Brunnier Museum, Ames, IA Coopers & Lybrand Fidelity Investments Fogg Art Museum Goodwin Procter Harvard Business School Harvard Community Health Plan Grants/Projects: Herman Miller Lahey Clinic Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts Mutual Corporation Montgomery Watson Harza Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Neiman Marcus New England Medical Center State Street Bank and Trust Valley Hospital, NJ Wrapped a Radiology room with art at Boston Children’s Hospital 2019. Project consultant: Betty Bothereau, L’Attirude Gallery Boston “City Square with Reflecting Pool,” 6’ X 6’ mosaic for Iron Street Park in Boston. Located on the corner of A Street and Iron Street in Boston, commissioned for this new park in Boston by a private client in 2014. Children’s Hospital, Waltham, MA: eleven-panel, oil-on-wood painting for the lobby, 2005. Grant from Massachusetts Cultural Council, 2005. For a ceramics program in the public schools, sponsored by the Dedham Cultural Council. John Hancock Financial Services: Frieda Garcia Park. Commission to create two mosaic murals incorporating children’s art from the community, 2004. Murals are 8’ X 10’ and 8’ x 22’. Broward County Cultural Affairs Office/Public Art Department, Florida: Public Art Commission to create paintings and printed materials for four libraries in Broward County, 2003. Dana Farber Cancer Institute/Jimmy Fund Clinic, Boston, MA: eight panel mosaic for the reception area. Architect: Miller, Dyer, Spears, 2003. Massachusetts Port Authority, Logan International Airport, Terminal E, Boston, MA: Six digital reproductions of paintings. Project Coordinator: Urban Arts Institute, 2001. ”The Rare Tropical Cod,” part of the Cavalcade of Cod, a school of 5’5” fiberglass fish sculptures which were displayed throughout the city of Boston in the fall of 2000. Sponsored by Boston’s B2K Committee. Poster and button and display banners for First Night Boston, 1998. Grant from the City of Cambridge to create murals for the Cambridge Senior Center, 1995. Administered by the Cambridge Arts Council. Fellowship in the Visual Arts, Massachusetts Cultural Council, 1994. Administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts. Grant from Arts on the Line, Cambridge, MA for temporary art in the subway including a 36-foot painting for the Kendall Square subway station, Cambridge, MA 1988. Grant from the Cambridge Arts Council for a mural for the Cambridge River Festival, installed in Inman Square, 1987. Poster for the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, 1987. education and professional affiliations Tufts University/School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA: M.F.A. 1989. Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI: B.F.A. 1975. Boston Printmakers New England Mosaic Society Publications: Maine Gallery and Studio Guide 2022 Providence Journal, “Artists Put a Modern Face on Mosaics”, by Bill Van Siclen, May 2010 Ceramics Monthly, “Up Front,” volume 56, January 2008 Harvard Review 32, Spring 2007 Boston Athenaeum, Annual Report, 2006 Making and Decorating Stylish Screens: Cover Art, by Katherine Duncan Aimone, Lark Books, 2003. Cambridge Center for Adult Education: Catalog Cover, Spring, 2000. Paper Art: “Working From Pulp,” by Michael G. LaFosse, Quarry Books, 1998. Arts Media: “Lasting Impressions: Looking at the Land,” Mary Behrens, June, 1997. Boston Globe: “Perspectives,” Christine Temin, April 9, 1997. American Craft: “Commissions,” August/September, 1996. Art Plan: “Cambridge’s Multi-Purpose Senior Center,” Cambridge Arts Council, 1996. Boston Phoenix: “The Weekend,” November 2, 1990. Art New England: “Lisa Houck: A Long Walk to View Some Petroglyphs,” Meredith Fife Day, July/August 1989. Boston Sunday Globe: “A Happy Case of Life Imitating Art,” Anthony Tommasini, January 8, 1989. Boston Globe, Calendar: “Exhibits: Other Dimensions,”: Critic’s Tip, Christine Temin, April 21, 1988. Boston Globe, Calendar: “Exhibits: Views From the West,” Critic’s Tip, Christine Temin, October 22, 1987. Art New England: “Lisa Houck, Kendall Square Station,” Abstracts, Thomas Frick, October 1987. Boston Globe, Calendar: “Exhibits: Bright Universe,” Critic’ Tip, Robert Taylor, June 18, 1987. Boston Globe: “Perspectives,” Christine Temin, November 27, 1986. Boston Globe, Calendar: “Exhibits: Cosmic Happenings,” Critic’s Tip, Robert Taylor, May 8, 1986.
  • Creator:
    Lisa Houck (1953, American)
  • Creation Year:
    2023
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 35.25 in (89.54 cm)Width: 24.25 in (61.6 cm)
  • Medium:
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  • Condition:
  • Gallery Location:
    Wellesley, MA
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU456313335192
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Children’s Hospital, Waltham, MA: eleven-panel, oil-on-wood painting for the lobby, 2005. Grant from Massachusetts Cultural Council, 2005. For a ceramics program in the public schools, sponsored by the Dedham Cultural Council. John Hancock Financial Services: Frieda Garcia Park. Commission to create two mosaic murals incorporating children’s art from the community, 2004. Murals are 8’ X 10’ and 8’ x 22’. Broward County Cultural Affairs Office/Public Art Department, Florida: Public Art Commission to create paintings and printed materials for four libraries in Broward County, 2003. Dana Farber Cancer Institute/Jimmy Fund Clinic, Boston, MA: eight panel mosaic for the reception area. Architect: Miller, Dyer, Spears, 2003. Massachusetts Port Authority, Logan International Airport, Terminal E, Boston, MA: Six digital reproductions of paintings. Project Coordinator: Urban Arts Institute, 2001. ”The Rare Tropical Cod,” part of the Cavalcade of Cod, a school of 5’5” fiberglass fish sculptures which were displayed throughout the city of Boston in the fall of 2000. Sponsored by Boston’s B2K Committee. Poster and button and display banners for First Night Boston, 1998. Grant from the City of Cambridge to create murals for the Cambridge Senior Center, 1995. Administered by the Cambridge Arts Council. Fellowship in the Visual Arts, Massachusetts Cultural Council, 1994. Administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts. Grant from Arts on the Line, Cambridge, MA for temporary art in the subway including a 36-foot painting for the Kendall Square subway station, Cambridge, MA 1988. Grant from the Cambridge Arts Council for a mural for the Cambridge River Festival, installed in Inman Square, 1987. 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    Located in Wellesley, MA
    Lisa Houck is a highly established artist from Boston, recently re-located to Maine, with a very large following devoted to her exceptional paintings, watercolors, mosaics and prints reminiscent of Folk Art, Matisse and Aborigine art. Houck is widely admired and recognized for a gorgeous sense of color and a sensibility both playful and serious that is uniquely her own. This is one of her 3 most recent large format bird prints in various shades of blue and aqua in a series which now consists of a total of 10 related prints. They are outstanding installed individually or as groups. Houck's highly sophisticated and complex sense of pattern and design is delightfully whimsical, as well as extraordinarily compelling for its knowledge of so many artistic forms which the artist is miraculously able to reference and incorporate, while maintaining a style so distinctively recognizable as her own. 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Children’s Hospital, Waltham, MA: eleven-panel, oil-on-wood painting for the lobby, 2005. Grant from Massachusetts Cultural Council, 2005. For a ceramics program in the public schools, sponsored by the Dedham Cultural Council. John Hancock Financial Services: Frieda Garcia Park. Commission to create two mosaic murals incorporating children’s art from the community, 2004. Murals are 8’ X 10’ and 8’ x 22’. Broward County Cultural Affairs Office/Public Art Department, Florida: Public Art Commission to create paintings and printed materials for four libraries in Broward County, 2003. Dana Farber Cancer Institute/Jimmy Fund Clinic, Boston, MA: eight panel mosaic for the reception area. Architect: Miller, Dyer, Spears, 2003. Massachusetts Port Authority, Logan International Airport, Terminal E, Boston, MA: Six digital reproductions of paintings. Project Coordinator: Urban Arts Institute, 2001. ”The Rare Tropical Cod,” part of the Cavalcade of Cod, a school of 5’5” fiberglass fish sculptures which were displayed throughout the city of Boston in the fall of 2000. Sponsored by Boston’s B2K Committee. Poster and button and display banners for First Night Boston, 1998. Grant from the City of Cambridge to create murals for the Cambridge Senior Center, 1995. Administered by the Cambridge Arts Council. Fellowship in the Visual Arts, Massachusetts Cultural Council, 1994. Administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts. Grant from Arts on the Line, Cambridge, MA for temporary art in the subway including a 36-foot painting for the Kendall Square subway station, Cambridge, MA 1988. Grant from the Cambridge Arts Council for a mural for the Cambridge River Festival, installed in Inman Square, 1987. 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    Located in Wellesley, MA
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These series are also sold individually or as sets of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8. Among the many large public art commissions the artist has completed for interior and exterior sites in Boston and nationwide in mosaic and mural format are permanent installations for The Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Children's Hospitals in Boston and Waltham, The Frieda Garcia Park, Fort Point Channel, The Cambridge Senior Center, and 4 libraries in Broward County, Florida. LISA HOUCK Education and Professional Affiliations: Tufts University/School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA: M.F.A. 1989. Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI: B.F.A. 1975. 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Bernard Toale Gallery: “The Pet Show,” Boston, MA 1996. Albers Gallery: Memphis, TN 1994, 1992,1991. Pritam & Eames: East Hampton, NY 1992. Boston Center for the Arts: Boston, MA 1989. DeCordova Museum: “Explorations in Handmade Paper,” Lincoln, MA 1989. Fuller Museum of Art: “RISD Alumni in Boston,” Brockton, MA 1989. St. Botolph Club: Boston, MA 1988. Danforth Museum: “Symmetry and Pattern in Art and Nature,” Framingham, MA 1986. Brunnier Museum: “Images of the Universe,” Ames, IA 1986. New England School of Art and Design: “A Celebration of the Return of Halley’s Comet,” Boston, MA 1985. Rose Art Museum: “Boston Printmakers,” Waltham, MA 1985. Fuller Museum of Art: “Triennial Exhibition,” Brockton, MA 1983. Cambridge Arts Council: “Lofty Views and Heightened Perspectives,” Cambridge, MA 1983. The Boston Company The Boston Public Library Brigham and Women’s Hospital Brunnier Museum, Ames, IA Coopers & Lybrand Fidelity Investments Fogg Art Museum Goodwin Procter Harvard Business School Harvard Community Health Plan SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS, NUMEROUS PRIVATE COLLECTIONS: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Fogg Art Museum Boston Athenaeum The Boston Company The Boston Public Library Brigham and Women’s Hospital Fidelity Investments Goodwin Procter Harvard Business School Harvard Community Health Plan Brunnier Museum, Ames, IA Coopers & Lybrand Herman Miller Lahey Clinic Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts Mutual Corporation Montgomery Watson Harza Neiman Marcus New England Medical Center State Street Bank and Trust Valley Hospital, NJ GRANTS/PROJECTS: Herman Miller Lahey Clinic Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts Mutual Corporation Montgomery Watson Harza Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Neiman Marcus New England Medical Center State Street Bank and Trust Valley Hospital, NJ “City Square with Reflecting Pool,” 6’ X 6’ mosaic for Iron Street Park in Boston. 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Project Coordinator: Urban Arts Institute, 2001. ”The Rare Tropical Cod,” part of the Cavalcade of Cod, a school of 5’5” fiberglass fish sculptures which were displayed throughout the city of Boston in the fall of 2000. Sponsored by Boston’s B2K Committee. Poster and button and display banners for First Night Boston, 1998. Grant from the City of Cambridge to create murals for the Cambridge Senior Center, 1995. Administered by the Cambridge Arts Council. Fellowship in the Visual Arts, Massachusetts Cultural Council, 1994. Administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts. Grant from Arts on the Line, Cambridge, MA for temporary art in the subway including a 36-foot painting for the Kendall Square subway station, Cambridge, MA 1988. Grant from the Cambridge Arts Council for a mural for the Cambridge River...
    Category

    2010s Folk Art Animal Prints

    Materials

    Linocut

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    By Lisa Houck
    Located in Wellesley, MA
    This is one of a series of 6 related bird prints, identical in size and each the same shade of bright blue and white, which are as commanding individually as they are in groupings. Lisa Houck is a very established New England area artist as recognized for her public installations, paintings, watercolors, textiles and mosaics as her work with linocuts and woodblock prints. At times reminiscent of Folk and Aborigine art, inspired as well by James Audubon and Hokusai, Houck is widely known for a gorgeous and elegant sensibility which is both playful and quite serious that is uniquely her own. Lisa Houck 'Chittering and Chattering V' Linoleum Block Print, Edition 10 11 1/2 x 11 1/2 Inches (Image Size) Sold individually or as sets of 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6. These prints are unframed. Also available is a separate series of 8 larger linoleum block prints (editions of 10 each, 35 1/4 x 23 1/4 inches image size) of very related bird themes each in a different shade of blue. These series are also sold individually or as sets of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8. Among the many large public art commissions the artist has completed for interior and exterior sites in Boston and nationwide in mosaic and mural format are permanent installations for The Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Children's Hospitals in Boston and Waltham, The Frieda Garcia Park, Fort Point Channel, The Cambridge Senior Center, and 4 libraries in Broward County, Florida. LISA HOUCK Education and Professional Affiliations: Tufts University/School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA: M.F.A. 1989. Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI: B.F.A. 1975. Boston Printmakers SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS: Beth Urdang Gallery, Boston, MA 2017 Cambridge Arts Council, Gallery 344, “A Long Walk with No Destination”, Cambridge, MA 2016 Beth Urdang Gallery, Wellesley, MA 2015 Patricia Carega Gallery: “White Line Woodcuts,” Center Sandwich, NH 2014 Rivers School, Weston, MA 2008 Bentley College: “All About the Square,” Waltham, MA 2003. Barton-Ryan Gallery: “Improbable Botanicals and Landscapes,” Boston, MA 2000. Randall Beck Gallery: Boston, MA 1993, 1991. Barbara Singer Fine Art: Cambridge, MA 1991. Coyote Gallery: Cambridge, MA 1989. Tufts University: “MFA Thesis Exhibition,” Cohen Arts Center, Medford, MA 1988. Modestino Gallery: Cambridge, MA 1987, 1986. New England School of Art and Design: Boston, MA 1986. Mott House: “The Comet and Other Phenomena,” Washington, DC 1986. SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS: Arsenal Center for the Arts, “Big Print”, Watertown, MA 2016 FPAC Gallery, Fort Point Channel, “Mosaic Muse”, Boston, MA 2016 Art of Mosaic: Piecing it Together, Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA 2013 National Mosaic Exhibit on Cape Cod, 2011 Fancy Plants: Bentley University, 2010 Contemporary Mosaics: Attleboro Arts Museum, 2010 Boston Children’s Museum: “I See Trees,” 2009. Somerville Museum: “Art of Mosaic,” 2009. Milton Academy: “Design/Build,” 2009. Danforth Museum: Members Show, 2007 Boston Printmakers: North American Print Biennial, 2005. Peabody Essex Museum: “In Nature’s Company,” Salem, MA 2004. Cambridge Art Association: “Hot Colors,” (Best in Show Award), Cambridge, MA 2002. Tufts University: “Alumni Exhibition,” Aidekman Gallery, Medford, MA 2001. Acacia Gallery: Gloucester, MA 2000. Wiggin Gallery: “Women in Watercolor,” Boston Public Library, Boston, MA 2000. New Art Center: “Lasting Impressions: Looking at the Land,” Newton, MA 1997. Bernard Toale Gallery: “The Pet Show,” Boston, MA 1996. Albers Gallery: Memphis, TN 1994, 1992,1991. Pritam & Eames: East Hampton, NY 1992. Boston Center for the Arts: Boston, MA 1989. DeCordova Museum: “Explorations in Handmade Paper,” Lincoln, MA 1989. Fuller Museum of Art: “RISD Alumni in Boston,” Brockton, MA 1989. St. Botolph Club: Boston, MA 1988. Danforth Museum: “Symmetry and Pattern in Art and Nature,” Framingham, MA 1986. Brunnier Museum: “Images of the Universe,” Ames, IA 1986. New England School of Art and Design: “A Celebration of the Return of Halley’s Comet,” Boston, MA 1985. Rose Art Museum: “Boston Printmakers,” Waltham, MA 1985. Fuller Museum of Art: “Triennial Exhibition,” Brockton, MA 1983. Cambridge Arts Council: “Lofty Views and Heightened Perspectives,” Cambridge, MA 1983. The Boston Company The Boston Public Library Brigham and Women’s Hospital Brunnier Museum, Ames, IA Coopers & Lybrand Fidelity Investments Fogg Art Museum Goodwin Procter Harvard Business School Harvard Community Health Plan SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS, NUMEROUS PRIVATE COLLECTIONS: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Fogg Art Museum Boston Athenaeum The Boston Company The Boston Public Library Brigham and Women’s Hospital Fidelity Investments Goodwin Procter Harvard Business School Harvard Community Health Plan Brunnier Museum, Ames, IA Coopers & Lybrand Herman Miller Lahey Clinic Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts Mutual Corporation Montgomery Watson Harza Neiman Marcus New England Medical Center State Street Bank and Trust Valley Hospital, NJ GRANTS/PROJECTS: Herman Miller Lahey Clinic Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts Mutual Corporation Montgomery Watson Harza Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Neiman Marcus New England Medical Center State Street Bank and Trust Valley Hospital, NJ “City Square with Reflecting Pool,” 6’ X 6’ mosaic for Iron Street Park in Boston. Located on the corner of A Street and Iron Street in Boston, commissioned for this new park in Boston by a private client in 2014. Children’s Hospital, Waltham, MA: eleven-panel, oil-on-wood painting for the lobby, 2005. Grant from Massachusetts Cultural Council, 2005. For a ceramics program in the public schools, sponsored by the Dedham Cultural Council. John Hancock Financial Services: Frieda Garcia Park. Commission to create two mosaic murals incorporating children’s art from the community, 2004. Murals are 8’ X 10’ and 8’ x 22’. Broward County Cultural Affairs Office/Public Art Department, Florida: Public Art Commission to create paintings and printed materials for four libraries in Broward County, 2003. Dana Farber Cancer Institute/Jimmy Fund Clinic, Boston, MA: eight panel mosaic for the reception area. Architect: Miller, Dyer, Spears, 2003. Massachusetts Port Authority, Logan International Airport, Terminal E, Boston, MA: Six digital reproductions of paintings. Project Coordinator: Urban Arts Institute, 2001. ”The Rare Tropical Cod,” part of the Cavalcade of Cod, a school of 5’5” fiberglass fish sculptures which were displayed throughout the city of Boston in the fall of 2000. Sponsored by Boston’s B2K Committee. Poster and button and display banners for First Night Boston, 1998. Grant from the City of Cambridge to create murals for the Cambridge Senior Center, 1995. Administered by the Cambridge Arts Council. Fellowship in the Visual Arts, Massachusetts Cultural Council, 1994. Administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts. Grant from Arts on the Line, Cambridge, MA for temporary art in the subway including a 36-foot painting for the Kendall Square subway station, Cambridge, MA 1988. Grant from the Cambridge Arts Council for a mural for the Cambridge River...
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    2010s Folk Art Animal Prints

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    Linocut

  • "Chittering and Chattering, " Folk inspired Blue Linoleum Block Print of Birds
    By Lisa Houck
    Located in Wellesley, MA
    Chittering and Chattering, Linoleum Block Print, Ed. 10, 35 1/4 x 23 1/4 Inches is one of a series of 8 large (this size, various shades of blue) and 6 small (11 5/8 Inches x 11 5/8...
    Category

    2010s Contemporary Animal Prints

    Materials

    Linocut

  • "Chittering & Chattering III" Folk inspired linocut bird series, blue and white
    By Lisa Houck
    Located in Wellesley, MA
    This is one of a series of 6 related bird prints, identical in size and each the same shade of bright blue and white, which are as commanding individually as they are in groupings. Lisa Houck is a very established New England area artist as recognized for her public installations, paintings, watercolors, textiles and mosaics as her work with linocuts and woodblock prints. At times reminiscent of Folk and Aborigine art, inspired as well by James Audubon and Hokusai, Houck is widely known for a gorgeous and elegant sensibility which is both playful and quite serious that is uniquely her own. Lisa Houck 'Chittering and Chattering III' Linoleum Block Print, Edition 10 11 1/2 x 11 1/2 Inches (Image Size) Sold individually or as sets of 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6. These prints are unframed. Also available is a separate series of 8 larger linoleum block prints (editions of 10 each, 35 1/4 x 23 1/4 inches image size) of very related bird themes each in a different shade of blue. These series are also sold individually or as sets of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8. Among the many large public art commissions the artist has completed for interior and exterior sites in Boston and nationwide in mosaic and mural format are permanent installations for The Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Children's Hospitals in Boston and Waltham, The Frieda Garcia Park, Fort Point Channel, The Cambridge Senior Center, and 4 libraries in Broward County, Florida. LISA HOUCK Education and Professional Affiliations: Tufts University/School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA: M.F.A. 1989. Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI: B.F.A. 1975. Boston Printmakers SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS: Beth Urdang Gallery, Boston, MA 2017 Cambridge Arts Council, Gallery 344, “A Long Walk with No Destination”, Cambridge, MA 2016 Beth Urdang Gallery, Wellesley, MA 2015 Patricia Carega Gallery: “White Line Woodcuts,” Center Sandwich, NH 2014 Rivers School, Weston, MA 2008 Bentley College: “All About the Square,” Waltham, MA 2003. Barton-Ryan Gallery: “Improbable Botanicals and Landscapes,” Boston, MA 2000. Randall Beck Gallery: Boston, MA 1993, 1991. Barbara Singer Fine Art: Cambridge, MA 1991. Coyote Gallery: Cambridge, MA 1989. Tufts University: “MFA Thesis Exhibition,” Cohen Arts Center, Medford, MA 1988. Modestino Gallery: Cambridge, MA 1987, 1986. New England School of Art and Design: Boston, MA 1986. Mott House: “The Comet and Other Phenomena,” Washington, DC 1986. SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS: Arsenal Center for the Arts, “Big Print”, Watertown, MA 2016 FPAC Gallery, Fort Point Channel, “Mosaic Muse”, Boston, MA 2016 Art of Mosaic: Piecing it Together, Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA 2013 National Mosaic Exhibit on Cape Cod, 2011 Fancy Plants: Bentley University, 2010 Contemporary Mosaics: Attleboro Arts Museum, 2010 Boston Children’s Museum: “I See Trees,” 2009. Somerville Museum: “Art of Mosaic,” 2009. Milton Academy: “Design/Build,” 2009. Danforth Museum: Members Show, 2007 Boston Printmakers: North American Print Biennial, 2005. Peabody Essex Museum: “In Nature’s Company,” Salem, MA 2004. Cambridge Art Association: “Hot Colors,” (Best in Show Award), Cambridge, MA 2002. Tufts University: “Alumni Exhibition,” Aidekman Gallery, Medford, MA 2001. Acacia Gallery: Gloucester, MA 2000. Wiggin Gallery: “Women in Watercolor,” Boston Public Library, Boston, MA 2000. New Art Center: “Lasting Impressions: Looking at the Land,” Newton, MA 1997. Bernard Toale Gallery: “The Pet Show,” Boston, MA 1996. Albers Gallery: Memphis, TN 1994, 1992,1991. Pritam & Eames: East Hampton, NY 1992. Boston Center for the Arts: Boston, MA 1989. DeCordova Museum: “Explorations in Handmade Paper,” Lincoln, MA 1989. Fuller Museum of Art: “RISD Alumni in Boston,” Brockton, MA 1989. St. Botolph Club: Boston, MA 1988. Danforth Museum: “Symmetry and Pattern in Art and Nature,” Framingham, MA 1986. Brunnier Museum: “Images of the Universe,” Ames, IA 1986. New England School of Art and Design: “A Celebration of the Return of Halley’s Comet,” Boston, MA 1985. Rose Art Museum: “Boston Printmakers,” Waltham, MA 1985. Fuller Museum of Art: “Triennial Exhibition,” Brockton, MA 1983. Cambridge Arts Council: “Lofty Views and Heightened Perspectives,” Cambridge, MA 1983. The Boston Company The Boston Public Library Brigham and Women’s Hospital Brunnier Museum, Ames, IA Coopers & Lybrand Fidelity Investments Fogg Art Museum Goodwin Procter Harvard Business School Harvard Community Health Plan SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS, NUMEROUS PRIVATE COLLECTIONS: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Fogg Art Museum Boston Athenaeum The Boston Company The Boston Public Library Brigham and Women’s Hospital Fidelity Investments Goodwin Procter Harvard Business School Harvard Community Health Plan Brunnier Museum, Ames, IA Coopers & Lybrand Herman Miller Lahey Clinic Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts Mutual Corporation Montgomery Watson Harza Neiman Marcus New England Medical Center State Street Bank and Trust Valley Hospital, NJ GRANTS/PROJECTS: Herman Miller Lahey Clinic Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts Mutual Corporation Montgomery Watson Harza Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Neiman Marcus New England Medical Center State Street Bank and Trust Valley Hospital, NJ “City Square with Reflecting Pool,” 6’ X 6’ mosaic for Iron Street Park in Boston. Located on the corner of A Street and Iron Street in Boston, commissioned for this new park in Boston by a private client in 2014. Children’s Hospital, Waltham, MA: eleven-panel, oil-on-wood painting for the lobby, 2005. Grant from Massachusetts Cultural Council, 2005. For a ceramics program in the public schools, sponsored by the Dedham Cultural Council. John Hancock Financial Services: Frieda Garcia Park. Commission to create two mosaic murals incorporating children’s art from the community, 2004. Murals are 8’ X 10’ and 8’ x 22’. Broward County Cultural Affairs Office/Public Art Department, Florida: Public Art Commission to create paintings and printed materials for four libraries in Broward County, 2003. Dana Farber Cancer Institute/Jimmy Fund Clinic, Boston, MA: eight panel mosaic for the reception area. Architect: Miller, Dyer, Spears, 2003. Massachusetts Port Authority, Logan International Airport, Terminal E, Boston, MA: Six digital reproductions of paintings. Project Coordinator: Urban Arts Institute, 2001. ”The Rare Tropical Cod,” part of the Cavalcade of Cod, a school of 5’5” fiberglass fish sculptures which were displayed throughout the city of Boston in the fall of 2000. Sponsored by Boston’s B2K Committee. Poster and button and display banners for First Night Boston, 1998. Grant from the City of Cambridge to create murals for the Cambridge Senior Center, 1995. Administered by the Cambridge Arts Council. Fellowship in the Visual Arts, Massachusetts Cultural Council, 1994. Administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts. Grant from Arts on the Line, Cambridge, MA for temporary art in the subway including a 36-foot painting for the Kendall Square subway station, Cambridge, MA 1988. Grant from the Cambridge Arts Council for a mural for the Cambridge River...
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    2010s Animal Prints

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