Lisa Schulte (American) is a Los Angeles-based artist whose diverse practice includes sculpture and installation, with predominant focus on neon. Her portfolio includes neon sculpture reminiscent of 1960s spirograph drawings as well as her preternatural love for eighties disco. Her works are poignant for the fact that they elegantly fuse these passions within an organic and conceptually striking capacity. She has been exhibited in many galleries across the United States, including museum exhibits and commissioned work for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Born in Long Island, New York. Currently lives and works in Los Angeles. 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2017
Museum of Art & History, Lancaster, CA

2016
LAM Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
POP Austin International, Austin, Texas
Voltz Clarke Gallery, New York, NY
Art Angels Gallery, Los Angeles, LA
Museum of Neon Art, Glendale, CA

2015
“Work in Progress” Roger Gastman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Art Angels Gallery, West Hollywood, CA
Art Project Paia, Maui, HI (Group)
South Bay Contemporary Gallery, San Pedro, CA
MOAH: Museum of Art and History, Lancaster, CA

2014
Hinge Modern Gallery, Culver City, CA (Solo)
“Journey Of A Dress: Diane Von Furstenberg,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA (Group)

2013
Art Project Paia, Maui, HI (Group)

2012
Joanne Artman Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA 
Scion Gallery, Culver City, CA (Group)

2011
CSUCI Cal State University Channel Island, Camarillo, CA (Group)
“Eyes Wide Open,” MONA Museum of Neon Art, Los Angeles, CA (Solo)
The Art Of Elysium, Los Angeles, CA

2010
The CHURCH Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA