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Gallery 224 presents,

Lisa Leick

ARTservancy Artist Resident


This exhibition features artwork inspired by Biehl Nature Preserve, supported by Ozaukee Washington Land Trust.

Artist's Reception

Join us Saturday Evening,

November 4th from


for an evening of

art & conversation, 

celebrating the culmination of

Lisa's year long residency.

Artist Statement by Lisa Leick

I should start with a disclaimer: I find it difficult to justify to myself why I should create art. I am my own critical nemesis. Oftentimes my process is angst-ridden and drawn out. Perhaps this is the true nature of creation. Isn’t it? There must always be destruction; for there can’t be the one without the other. Art will always be a source of contention for me. But I couldn’t have it any other way.

My latest body of work has been inspired by my time at Biehl Nature Preserve on Lake Twelve. Though now only a jumble of thoughts, sketches, photographs, and ideas, the scope is narrowly focusing on this theme: what you don’t see. The plan for this project is to create dimensional paper pieces accompanied by a journal documenting my time exploring this remote haven.





Gallery 224  

Gallery 224 is open!

Wednesday through Sunday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM  

303 N Franklin Street
Port Washington, WI
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