Category Archives: Media Appearances

Lisa’s appearances in the media

Lisa’s Artwork Featured on NBC TV’s Parenthood!
Seasons 3 & 4

Fire Bug Poster final medium copyHi, everyone!

Exciting news!  Back in June, I received an email from the Art Department Coordinator for NBC’s television series Parenthood. She informed me that the set designer for the show had seen my artwork on Etsy and loved it.  They had picked out some of my bug pieces that they would like to purchase for use on the set and wanted to know if I would be willing to sign an artwork release.  Oh, and…could I get the prints to California in less than one week?!  Of course I said yes!

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Lisa is Mentioned in Tampa Tribune’s
South Tampa News & Tribune

Basking TricolorMy piece, Basking Tricolor, was featured by the Westshore Alliance Public Art Committee for their second annual banner program.  Printed on vinyl, it was hung from a light pole on Boy Scout Rd. near International Mall in Tampa, FL.

The Tampa Tribune’s South Tampa News & Tribune Esther Hammer wrote an article about the program.

It’s A Banner Day for Public Art
by Esther Hammer, Tribune Correspondent
Published by The Tampa Tribune’s South Tampa News & Tribune

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

“We’re trying to do things to bring public art to the West Shore district, and this brightens up the district,”

You can read the entire article here.

Lisa is Featured in the Pasco Tribune

I recently did a solo showing in the Progress Energy gallery.  The Pasco Tribune published an article about the show.  Check it!

Animals Wiggle, Slither Into Paintings

Staff report
Published by The Pasco Tribune

Friday, December 1, 2006

Pink Flamingo copy

Lisa Landsman, who also painted “Pink Flamingo,” is a former wildlife biologist.

See paintings that “Wiggle, Slither, Romp & Climb” this month and next at Progress Energy Art Gallery.

The exhibit showcases Tampa Bay area artists interpreting the natural world.  December’s featured artist is Lisa Ward Landsman, a native Floridian who combines her passions for art and zoology.

Meet the artists from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the downtown gallery, 6231 Grand Blvd.

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Lisa is Featured in Tampa Tribune’s Flair Magazine

Tampa pop art artist Lisa Landsman is living, in her own words, “the perfect life.”

By Jenny Carey

Her artwork is in demand, she has a wonderful family and a great job. Artists often are disappointed when another vocation takes them outside of their own studio. Lisa Landsman has managed to let it inspire her best work.

FlairSeptember192006page103She juxtaposes the elements in her day-to-day environment with her own artistic style. Her day job has become her muse. Landsman creates neo-pop wildlife paintings and mixed media pieces. The paintings contain the vibrant colors and geometric shapes that personify pop art, with a twist in content. She changes the content from the urban, consumer elements found in television, magazines or comics of popular culture (hence the pop) and includes the insects and animals she is exposed to daily at The Florida Aquarium.

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Lisa is Mentioned in Tampa Tribune’s Flair Magazine

My work recently appeared in Coastal Living‘s Idea House.  Flair Magazine, published by the Tampa Tribune, wrote an article about it.  Check it out!

Coastal Living Idea House
by Kenneth Hall

Photos by Jean Allsopp for Coastal Living magazine
Published by The Tampa Tribune’s Flair magazineCoastal Living article foyer closeup

February 2005

The entrance, featuring tropical inspired louvered wall panels offset with a shell-encrusted mirror, sets the tone for the rest of the house. The painting in the background is by Tampa artist Lisa Landsman.

 

Lisa is Mentioned in the St. Petersburg Times

Some of my pieces recently appeared in the Coastal Living Magazine Idea House.  The St. Petersburg Times published an article about the Idea House.  Check it out!

A home with lots of ideas

Coastal Living article foyer closeupby Elizabeth Bettendorf
Published by the St. Petersburg Times
January 21, 2005

“The house reverberates a water theme, from the shells and starfish that accent shelving throughout to the beautiful original artwork of palm trees and cool abstractions by artists Jim Draper and Lisa Landsman..”

Read the full article on the St. Petersburg Times website…

Lisa Appears in Coastal Living Magazine

Palm Garden Retreat

“Welcome to this year’s Coastal Living Idea House, where our design team has created a seaside home with old-time ambience, modern amenities, and innovative style.”

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Serene, a painting by Tampa artist, Lisa Landsman, hangs in the guesthouse of the Apollo Beach Coastal Living Idea House

by Lacey N. Howard
Photography by Jean Allsopp

Published by Coastal Living magazine
2004 Idea House Special Section
Volume 8, Issue 8, Page 87

November/December 2004

See the article slideshow on Coastal Living’s website…

Coastal Living article foyer closeup

The designers chose a bright painting by a Tampa artist [Lisa Landsman] to define the space. “The seahorse painting is a striking contrast to the more serious foyer,” Debbie says. “It draws you into the other living spaces.”

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The formal dining room, above, features Lisa Landsman’s painting, Mod Cocktail Party.

Lisa is Featured in the St. Petersburg Times

I was featured in an article in the St. Petersburg Times yesterday!

Making art to fit the furniture
by Elizabeth Bettendorf

Published by the St. Petersburg Times
June 4, 2004

Lisa Landsman close-up with The PollinatorLisa Landsman advertises her business this way: “Original art in your style and color palette.”  That means she makes art to match your sofa.  Lest all you art snobs out there work yourselves into a frenzy over what some collectors deem a cardinal sin, listen up: There’s something to be said for buying art that goes with your life possessions.

Read the full article on the St. Petersburg Times website…