I am a self-taught, abstract expressionist artist best known for deeply spiritual, intuitive, and non-representational paintings. In 2005, with no prior art training, I began painting on large canvases using acrylic paints. I quickly evolved into an experienced painter and gained gallery representation in 2006. An exhibited artist, I gather my inspiration from the Abstract Expressionists of the early 20th century as well as Buddhism, Taoism, ancient Greek philosophy, and New England Transcendentalism. My artwork consists of vibrant, contrasting colors and abstract images drawn from 25 years of research and teaching in Philosophy.
By vocation a Professor of Philosophy, I find that the greatest reward in education is nurturing the spiritual and intellectual well-being of my students. I challenge my students to explore their minds, and to learn who they are, what they value, and why. A powerful catalyst for introspection and self-exploration, abstract expressionist art fosters our spiritual and intellectual development. For more information on my artwork, call me at 832-520-4743. My Studio-Gallery is located in Haverhill, MA. in the Greater Boston Area – Dr. Lisa Esposito (2013)
“The first rule is to keep an untroubled spirit. The second is to look things in the face and know them for what they are.”