Welcome to Lisa’s Art Gallery

Lisa Wright in Tullieres Garden, Paris

Lisa Wright in Tullieres Garden, Paris

Thanks for visiting my website. For years, I have been wanting to share my artwork with others. For the past twenty-some years, I have been teaching my children, but have never lost my love for art and my desire to use the gift that God has given to me.

I hope that you enjoy this site and will share it with others. Prints of all the pieces seen here are available for purchase. I can also reproduce any of the paintings, drawings or sketches in their original media or can meet with you for consultation on private works on commission.

Enjoy and thanks again for visiting. Please come again as I am adding pieces and photos daily!!!

Lisa Wright

(Top left photo on webpage was taken in bell tower of Notre Dame in Paris)

Here are some samples of my artwork:

25 Comments to “Welcome to Lisa’s Art Gallery”

  1. Love it Mrs. Wright!!!! Your amazing!! so lucky to have you as my art teacher!! ~Kara Richards

  2. Great job on your web site . Beautiful art work Lisa
    When I get old I want to be an artist, maybe when you’re not teaching at enrichment, you can do art lessons for older hands. love annie

  3. Thanks Annie-I have always wanted to paint because I love it so much. I’m working on a new oil today!!

    I love you too Kara- Your photo is on my teaching page from last year-you were painting and Caroline was sculpting.

  4. I want to invite everyone to a SHOW I will be a part of-
    Indian River Road, 7;30-9:30 pm
    Come One come All!!! I will greatly appreciate the support.

  5. Jerry Cates loves this body of work so full of love, beauty, and the grace of God. None of the smallness of our religious worlds can express the things that true, inspired art can express. May the Holy One, Jesus, fill you with a Spirit of wisdom and revelation rooted and grounded in His love to create so much more. Marion and I bless and pray for you.

  6. I love looking at your paintings – wish I could be at your show on the 20th! You will be in my thoughts and prayers!
    YOU are encouraging ME to sit down and paint again – I want to encourage YOU to keep up the great work! You go Girl!!! Your biggest fan, your loving Mother.

  7. Bravo Lisa! Your work is beautiful and amazing, just like you my friend!

  8. Adam & Lindsey Cates

    We are so inspired by these works you have created…they are dripping with the anointing and creativity of our heavenly Father…thank you for sharing them with us!

  9. Thank-you all so much for coming out to see my work last night!! I had fun painting “Separation of Greater Light from Lesser Lights” on stage during the event.
    The work is still at New Life for now in the front hall in front of their sanctuary and video cafe room.
    I have orders to reproduce the Creation series, which is my next project. I have several prints available including Aslan.

  10. We are sooo lucky to have a great artist who is willing to teach all of us!

  11. Hey, Lisa – the pic of the little girl coming down the steps goes back a long way – . Anyway, it’s fun to see some of your college stuff again. Love the creation series.

  12. Wow!! Great blog. Found it by accident when I searched for art gallery. But believe me, I´ll come back to this great blog!

  13. Merci pour la promenade dans la galerie et dans le temps surtout. Le travail est magnifique et je me réjouis de trouver d’autres oeuvres dans ce blog. Bravo.

  14. This comment is from my “Swiss sister”, Madeleine Gavin-She is pictured with me in snapshots- I lived with her family near Lausanne at 17 and again the summer after my junior year in ParisYou can see her house in drawings as well as her son Cyrille , who is now a police officier. She still only speaks french. Here she says- “Thank you for the walk through the gallery and throughout time overall. The work is magnificent and I rejoice to find these works in this blog-Bravo.

  15. I love your art work…it is definitely a gift.
    You are blessed with a beautiful talent and we are blessed that you are sharing it!

    Awesome Aslan drawings~

  16. I would like to express my appreciation for your post. That’s really great to know that there are such people like you who do their job very well and with such enthusiasm.

  17. Thank you for your work. I have bookmarked your site and I will definitely read your other posts. Thanks again.

  18. Robbie Perrotti Younger

    Your work is lovely!-

  19. You must take part in a contest for among the finest blogs on the web. I will advocate this web site!

  20. excellent coloring, tone and position. Love the technique. I love the Canadian scene…great soft and contrast of color creating a deep ambient scene. Texture is very very good.

  21. May He bless the work of your hands!! You are His delight 🙂

  22. Denise DiBelardino

    Ms. Lisa! My three kids, David, Mary, and Sam, cannot stop talking about the wonderful time they had in your drawing class today! We look forward to next week. What a blessing you are to the home school community! I have enjoyed looking through your online gallery–so much depth and variety! -Denise

  23. Mrs. Wright I am SOOO blessed to have you as my art and french teacher!
    You are SOO good and your talent, kindness, and love for Christ is what every teacher should envy!
    You are an AMAZING artist and anyone who just passes over this website and is not impressed but only amazed is crazy and insane!
    Thank you for being a GREAT teacher and having SOOO much fun with me! I go to sleep Sundays knowing that i have 2 hours with you the nest day and i get to share stories and learn SOOOOOOOOOO much! Thank you for encouraging me to be a great artist! I will ALWAYS appreciate you for that!
    Love Jordan

  24. Hi Lisa, my youngest,Abby, is a senior this year (18 in September.) she is taking nearly all courses as dual credit at the community college online. I’m wondering if your zoom format would work for her(We are still in Kansas City). She had a couple art classes years ago, but nothing in high school. I’m thinking maybe Drawing 2 would be appropriate. Also, what is the average age of students in that class? The last class we signed her up for ended up being 11 & 12 year olds, it was a little goofy for a 16 year old. :/ I appreciate your gifting and love for Jesus. I’d love her just to be taught by you!

  25. Hi!

    I hope you are doing well! I just wanted to thank you again for your guidance in art. I am now at Virginia Tech for architecture. The “Yellow Ginko” watercolor piece was chosen for an exhibit in the Moss Art museum on VT’s campus.

    Thanks Again!

    P.S I also fixed the tiger

Leave a Reply