Lisa Salerno

Lisa K. Salerno is an award-winning mixed media painter who uses layers of bold color, text, and obsessive, repetitive symbolism to explore concepts of love, identity, connection and personal growth. In the span of 20 years Lisa has been a professional artist, she earned her B.F.A. from The Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford, where she studied under NYC painter Pat Lipsky, opened a studio in the Parkville section of Hartford, was selected for residency at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT, and actively participated in many arts related auctions, events, and exhibitions in the U.S. and abroad.

After moving to New Hampshire in 2012, Lisa’s sphere of influence grew after she became an active art writer, then an independent art instructor, and a licensed realtor. Her art and writing have been featured in, the London-based publication Niji Magazine, Inigo Online, the Autism Speaks website, the Artful Vagabond, 1340art Magazine, The Connecticut River Review and in many other online and print publications. She was also profiled in the documentary film “The Camino Project” by Emmy-award winning director Robert Abbott. Her works have been acquired and commissioned for inclusion in various private, corporate, and public collections.