Lisa Mueller

Grand Falls- Windsor, Newfoundland

Lisa Mueller

Grand Falls- Windsor, Newfoundland

Biography

Lisa Mueller has an extensive background in teaching visual arts as well as plenty of experience through her own life as a self-employed artist. Lisa started four years of her formal education through a renowned Newfoundland artist, Christopher Pete. She later applied and was accepted into the Ontario College of Art and Design and finished her education at Memorial University of Newfoundland in Corner Brook. She has been recognized as a water-colourist, selling several of her paintings to the Canadian government as well as showcasing her work in galleries across Newfoundland. She is also known for her sculpture work and has received much publicity through the eight foot tree carving of a pulp and paper mill-worker that she was commissioned to do for the city of Corner Brook, Newfoundland. Lisa has several qualifications which can offer the kind of experience and training that is beneficial to others. While established in Peterborough Ontario, she began a large art gallery called Mueller’s Unit 8 on 280 Perry Street which soon became an experience of a life time as she was able to work along side many talented artists. She draws her inspiration from her faith, moreover, Lisa credits her success to her mother – who is one of the most supportive and talented people she knows.

Artist Statement

Should I call myself an artist? What does it mean to be an artist? Does it mean that I paint? That I draw? That I create? Is it a lifestyle? A way of thinking? A trend? A hobby? Maybe it is all of the above. What I truly am is a silly girl. One my friends say has more imagination than common sense at times. I am a girl who gets distracted by thought after thought and I can lose myself in every aspect of my surroundings. I dream big and sometimes forget to think out all the little steps to get to where I want to go. I want to conquer everything, every idea, every dream, every exploration. I adore every aspect of painting; the feel of a paintbrush between my fingers, the fresh smell of my watercolors, the crispness of a new canvas or paper, my pencil crayons, thousands of colors to express any moment, thought, feeling, the excitement of being inspired. All these things make up who I am - what I crave. Not much makes me happier than having the opportunity to interact with others by creating something that is special to them. A small glimpse into the window of another’s life can show so much. It’s truly amazing to paint a precious mo

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