By Lisa Scheer
Brushed Copper with brown patina
signed: "L.. Scheer" and numbered: "2/4" and titled.
h: 14.25" x l: 35"x d :17"
Lisa Scheer is a sculptor from Washington, D.C and a professor at St. Mary's College of Maryland. Scheer has her BA from Bennington College and an MFA in sculpture from Yale University. She has exhibited her sculpture widely including one-person exhibitions at the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Phillips Collection, the American Institute of Architecture, and the Kreeger Museum, Nancy Drysdale Gallery, and Hemphill Fines Arts in Washington, DC. She has worked closely with architects in a number of collaborative projects and her public commissions include large-scale sculptures created for the new terminal at National Airport, the Southwest Terminal at BWI Airport in Baltimore, Maryland, the Petworth Metro Station in Washington, DC, the Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State University, and the Eastern District Federal Courthouse in Brooklyn, New York. Ms. Scheer has received several national grants and awards, including a Pollock Krasner Foundation fellowship, two NEA fellowships, and a Maryland Arts Council Fellowship