Presently living in Ecuador, Lisa shares her profound connection with the natural world through writings and water-media paintings of flora and fauna. She usually works in watercolor for small studies and switches to acrylics for larger works. This rural area near Ecuador’s Pacific coast reminds Lisa of her childhood upbringing in the Mississippi Delta.
“It’s like stepping back through a portal in time, except that temperatures don’t reach freezing, there are bananas and palm trees, tropical flowers and an amazing diversity of birds and botanicals — and HOWLER MONKEYS are my neighbors! One friend from Louisiana recently stated that I was “Our traveling modern day Walter Anderson” … I realize how blessed I am to be able to live so close to nature, to study the flora and fauna and then present this rapidly-vanishing dry rain forest to a larger audience.”
A solo exposition, "Lisa Brunetti - A Journey" opened on November 15, 2018 at Museum Portoviejo and will be up until January 15, 2019.
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