Fine Art (BA Hons)
Born in 1986 in Milton Keynes, Lisa-Marie Price is a UK-based abstract painter. With a passion for exploring the profound connection between nature, people, and place. Lisa-Marie's methodical style is a reflection of her meticulous nature. Using h...
Born in 1986 in Milton Keynes, Lisa-Marie Price is a UK-based abstract painter. With a passion for exploring the profound connection between nature, people, and place. Lisa-Marie's methodical style is a reflection of her meticulous nature. Using handmade watercolours from foraged Earth minerals, she creates a visual language that encourages a deep appreciation for the natural world. Unlike many artists who rely on commercially available paints, Lisa-Marie refrains from using shop-bought paint, aligning her artistic process with her philosophy of embracing nature. By foraging pigment from different environments, Lisa-Marie weaves a bond between the materials and her creative process, infusing each stroke with the energy of the natural world. Venturing into urban and rural spaces, she immerses herself in the sights, sounds, and scents of the land. This connection not only informs her art but also serves as a reflection of her admiration for nature's ever-changing beauty. Her abstract paintings evoke a sense of harmony, inviting us to contemplate our own relationship with the environment. Her commitment to using natural pigments exemplifies her dedication to sustainability and her desire to honour the rich heritage of ancient artistic practices. In a world where mass production and consumerism dominate, Lisa-Marie Price's artistic approach serves as a reminder of the importance of authenticity found in nature. Her paintings act as a voice for the environment, reminding us to cherish our connection to the world around us. Represented by Columbia Road Gallery, East London and Art at Home Gallery, Twickenham. Her work has been shown at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, MK Gallery, D Contemporary Gallery, The Copeland Gallery, The Other Art Fair, Bruce Castle Museum and The Shard, among others. Features and artist interviews include Saatchi Art, The Other Art Fair, Rise Art, The Flux Review, Go With Yamo, The Guardian and MK Gallery. Lisa’s work has been included in many group shows across London as well as in private commissions in Germany, London, Wales, New Zealand and Canada. Lisa studied at the University of East London, graduating in Fine Art in 2008
Born in 1986 in Milton Keynes. Currently residing in Old Hatfield, UK.