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Lisa Solomon

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Lisa Solomon is a studio artist that moonlights as a college professor and graphic designer. She received her BA in Art Practice from UC Berkeley in 1995 and her MFA from Mills College in 2003. She is an adjunct professor at San Francisco State University, and has also taught at other Bay Area Colleges including UC Berkeley, Mills College, CCA, and Cal State East Bay.

Profoundly interested in the idea of hybridization (sparked from her Hapa heritage), Solomon's mixed-media works and large installations revolve thematically around domesticity, craft, and personal histories. She often fuses "wrong" things together--recontextualizing their original purposes, and incorporating materials that question the line between ART and CRAFT.

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20 ways to draw a chair

hello ! 20 ways to draw a chair is set to release september 1st ! that's soon. i received my advance copy and i'm super excited about it. i'll be posting some spreads on instagram if you want a little peek.

check out:
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susie lisa! http://www.fiftyfifty.me - i'm doing it! need your recommendations to get me through, i'm sure. want to do it, too?


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