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Lisa Moosmann
Vernal Passages
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Untitled 1
Mixed Media on Canvas
43" x 35.5" 

    Untitled 1

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    43" x 35.5"
  • Untitled 15
Acrylic on Canvas
23.5" x 63" 

    Untitled 15

    Acrylic on Canvas
    23.5" x 63"
  • Untitled 12
Mixed Media on Canvas
35.5" x 43" 

    Untitled 12

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    35.5" x 43"
  • Untitled 13
Mixed Media on Canvas
23.5" x 19.5" 

    Untitled 13

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    23.5" x 19.5"
  • Untitled 8
Mixed Media on Canvas
47" x 59" 

    Untitled 8

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    47" x 59"
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Lisa Moosmann

LISA MOOSMANN

Vernal Passages
April 1 – April 21, 2022
Reception: Thursday, April 7, 2022 6-8 PM

German artist Lisa Moosmann has always been creative. Even as a little girl, she could most often be found at her school’s craft table. Her artistic journey evolved into teaching and creating her own abstract compositions. Moosmann enjoys leading children’s art classes, channeling her childhood love for art and continued pursuit of it to inspire a new generation of artists. She also believes in the therapeutic properties of art, as she has been attending art therapy trainings since April 2018. The endless possibilities of artistic expression impress Moosmann, and she aims to explore as many possibilities as she can via abstraction.

Moosmann has been exhibiting her work in various German cities since 2019 and is now expanding her career into the United States. Rather than commenting on external issues, her work reflects the inner soul and its immense depth. Each canvas serves as a mirror for the viewer, enabling them to dig deeper into their own psyche. Moosmann aims for her paintings to be understood internationally, as she values the universal abilities of art. She leaves her abstract, acrylic-on-canvas creations open to many interpretations, masterfully cultivating her own genre of calculated ambiguity. To further this, she leaves her paintings untitled, allowing her viewers to project their own meaning onto each brushstroke.