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LISA MARIE THALHAMMER|| VISUAL ARTIST|| BASED IN WASHINGTON, DC||

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LISA MARIE THALHAMMER

Thalhammer is a visual artist known for her feminist, large scale works. She exhibits her work in her hometown of Washington, D.C., as well as places such as Vienna Austria, Detroit, and L.A.

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Washington Post Magazine Cover Feature

Lisa Marie was featured in the September 2014 Home And Design Issue of the The Washington Post Magazine in Artist Lofts: Where talent has room to bloom by Maura Judkis. 

High ceilings, light-filled rooms, bargain prices and like-minded neighbors… they’re critical elements of the creative process. ‘I really like to make big paintings,’ said artist Lisa Marie Thalhammer, who lives in the 52 O Street Studios. ‘And if you’re going to make big paintings, you’re going to need a big space.”

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  • “The image is about “the empowerment of women, the relationship between self esteem and athletics and the beauty within each individual’s personal struggle and journey.”

    Artnet News
  • Thalhammer says her work ‘deconstructs conventional notions about gender, identity and power.'”

    Washington Blade
  • “Thalhammer’s idea is rich…”

    –  Washington Post
  • Thalhammer’s Mary Magdalene-identified collaged drawings are strong.”

    Washington Post Express
  • “The pieces reveal the process of working through complex emotions and ideas attached to religious, social, political and psychological issues.”

    –  The Detroiter
  • “in the exhibition, lot lizards lounge seductively on the hoods and in the cabs of line-drawn semis; mismatched high heels dangle over truck grilles or from side windows.”

    Washington City Paper
  • “We’re big fans of Lisa Marie Thalhammer’s paintings and works on paper, so naturally we’re interested in what turns her on.”

    The Examiner
  • “…the eyes (throughout history known as the window to the soul) of her subjects, return the gaze of the viewer and demand respect, not only as a woman, but as a human being.”

    GLOBAL ART + CULTURE NEWS
  • “The women of Lisa Marie Thalhammer’s Intimate Network possess the walls on which they hang, staring through the viewer into the eyes of the artist who must be standing, paints in hand, just behind you. “

    East City Art

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