Lisa Knox is an oil painter who lives and works in Boston's historic Fort Point neighborhood. Her studio is located in the 249 A Street Artist's Cooperative, one of the cities first artist-owned buildings. Knox's current series "Wave Forms" combines her lifelong love of the sea and classic cars. The artist's free time is spent wandering the shores of New England in her 1963 Ford Ranchero with her photographer, husband Kirk and Schnoodle named Scout in search of subject matter for her paintings and shrines.
Lisa's work has been exhibited throughout America and internationally. She has shown in numerous art fairs, with the ISE Cultural Center in New York and the Wills Gallery in London. Her work can be found in American and international private collections. Lisa is an active member of the Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC) and you can visit her studio during their annual Open Studios event.