KMR Arts is proud to host an artist talk with Lisa Elmaleh on Sunday, July 11, from 4-6 pm at the Judy Black Memorial Park and
KMR Arts is proud to host an artist talk with Lisa Elmaleh on Sunday, July 11, from 4-6 pm at the Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens. Meet the artist, Lisa Elmaleh, as she discusses her photographic processes, influences and images. Lisa Elmaleh’s work has been the subject of 3 solo shows and 5 tintype portrait studio sessions at KMR Arts.
Lisa Elmaleh is an American visual artist, educator, and documentarian based in Hampshire County, West Virginia. She specializes in large-format work in tintype, glass negative, and celluloid film. Since 2007, she has been traveling across the US documenting American landscapes, life, and culture.
Born in Miami, Florida (1984), Lisa completed a BFA at the School of Visual Arts in New York, during which time she was awarded the Silas Rhodes Scholarship. Upon graduating, she received the prestigious Tierney Fellowship to work on a project that evolved into an in-depth visual documentation of the impact of climate change on the Everglades. The culmination of this project resulted in a limited edition book titled Everglades published in 2016 by Zatara Press.
Elmaleh’s work has been exhibited nationwide and recognized by the Aaron Siskind Foundation, Puffin Foundation, The Tierney Foundation, amongst others. Her work has been published by Harper’s Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, CNN, The New York Times, National Geographic, Oxford American, Garden & Gun, and NPR, amongst others.
(Sunday) 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens
1 Green Hill Road, Washington, CT