• FPAC Gallery Fall 2017 Open Studios Members Show

    FPAC Gallery at 300 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210

    October 12-27, 2017

    Opening Reception:
    Thursday, October 12, 6:00-8:00 pm

  • Boston's Best Contemporary Artists from Culture Trip

    Massachusetts / Art
    Boston's Best Contemporary Artists and Where to See Their Work

    Ashley Kane
    Updated: 13 February 2017

    Boston's world-class universities, biotech companies, and startups often overshadow the city's thriving art community. However, there are many beautiful art galleries around the city showcasing contemporary art. Here are some of best contemporary artists in the area and the places where you can find their work.
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    Lisa M. Greenfield

    Lisa M. Greenfield is a Boston artist that creates public art sculptures and installations, as well as paintings, graphic design, and urban planning. Created in conjunction with Daniel J. van Ackere, her most famous work, entitled Starry Nights, is an installation under a bridge in Fort Point; thousands of LED bulbs light up the underpass. Though the project was only supposed to be up for eight weeks, residents enjoyed it so much that it will now be permanent for the next 10 years (from 2014 to 2024). Greenfield has also had several temporary public artworks in the Fort Point area, including House of Cards and Walking on Water.

    “Starry Night”, 343 A Street, Boston, MA, USA
    ...
    © 2016 The Culture Trip Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

    Full article: theCultureTrip.com

  • August 1 – August 25, 2016

    300 summer
    Opening Reception: Thursday, August 4 starting at 5:30pm
    Music by John Cremona and Larry Plitt: 5:30-6:30pm, followed by a reception with the artists.

    300 SUMMER is an exhibition of paintings, photographs, works on paper and new media by residents of The Artist Building at 300 Summer Street.

    Resident Artists in 300 SUMMER Exhibition
    Dirk Ahlgrim, Ellen Altman, Linda Brown, Carolyn Callahan, Katharina Chapuis, Lisa Damtoft, Jesseca Ferguson and Mark Pevsner, Lisa Greenfield, Jennie Griffith, Jeff Heyne, Joanne Kaliontzis, Kelly Kerrigan, Andrew Klein, Mario Kon, Christina Lanzl, Jennifer Moses, Jenifer Mumford, Andrew Neumann, Estate of Rob Reeps, Jose Santos, Pierre Schiepers, Gustavo Soto-Rosa, Christine Vaillancourt, Daniel van Ackere, Dorothea Van Camp, Meg Weed, Judith Ziegler

    Gallery hours: Mon-Tue: 7:00 am–3:00 pm, Wed–Fri: 7:00 am–6:00 pm, and by appointment.

  • Feb 5-21, 2015

    Nave Gallery Annex, 53 Chester, Davis Square, Somerville, MA
    Field Trip - Group show of Fort Point Artists in Somerville
    Opening Reception - Feb 5, 6p-8p

  • July 14 to August 31, 2012

    "02127/02210" an annual exhibit featuring the artists who live and/or have their studio practice based in the zip codes of South Boston.
    Spoke Gallery at Medicine Wheel
    110 K Street- 2nd Floor, South Boston, MA 02127
    Reception: Saturday, July 14th - 5 - 7pm.
    Gallery talk: 6pm on July 14th

  • May - August 2012

    Lisa Greenfield - Paintings
    solo exhibition at 35 Channel Center
    By appointment.
    Opening Reception - Wednesday, June 6th, 5:30-7:30pm

  • Small Works and Big Ideas

    Catch several of Lisa's painting in the Small Works show and the Big Ideas show at Art at 12, The FPAC Gallery at 12 Farnsworth Street, Boston through January 9, 2012.

  • October 2011

    Fort Point Open Studios
    Friday, October 14, 4-7pm
    Sat & Sun, October 15-16, 11am-6pm
    The studio will be open to the public all 3 days! Come by and see the new paintings.

  • September 2011

    Paper Chase at the FPAC Gallery
    A show to benefit the Fort Point Arts Community
    All works on paper priced at $100.00
    Exhibition dates: September 12 - 29
    Reception: September 15th, 5:30-8:00pm


    Lisa will be the featured artist for September at FPAC's Made in Fort Point Store/Gallery.
    12 Farnsworth Street
    Boston, MA.
    Opening reception September 8, 2011, 5-7 pm.
    Show dates: Sept 1 - Sept 30, 2011

  • June 1, 2011

    The Saint Botolph Club Foundation awarded Lisa Greenfield the 2011 Emerging Artist Award.

  • March 2011

    NEFA has awarded the Lisa Greenfield and Daniel J. van Ackere a planning and development grant to support developing their Fort Point installation Starry Night into a permanent piece.

  • Small Works Show

    Dec 1-Dec 31, 2010
    Art at 12 Gallery, 12 Farnsworth Street, Boston, MA

  • Public Art in the Digital Age

    Dec 3, 2010
    Apple Store, Boston, MA
    Sponsored by the Boston Society of Architects, this imaginative event features 12 teams of architects and artists who will use Mac computers to create art mosaics for architectural projects. The workshop will be led by Ted Acworth, whose company, Artaic, combines robotic technology with innovative software to develop custom mosaic art installations.

  • 2010 Preservation Achievement Award

    The Boston Preservation Alliance has selected Lisa as a recipient of a 2010 Preservation Achievement Award in the category of Significant Public Art Contributing to Boston's Urban Fabric. Award ceremony in October 2010.

    Fast Company Magazine Fast Talk event in Boston
    June 29, 2010 at the Museum of Fine Arts.
    Case Study on Fort Point - Lisa Greenfield
    How Fort Point Arts Community is improving neighborhoods, transforming lives, and using art to drive the economy, and in turn, building a better, faster city for the future.

    PechaKucha Boston 18
    June 22, 2010
    Elks Lodge, 55 Bishop Richard Allen Dr, Cambridge (near Central Sq T)
    PechaKucha Boston 18 includes speakers from Boston Fashion Week, Common Boston, Design Biennial Boston 2010, Design Museum Boston, SHIFTboston Ideas Competition 2009 and more!
    Cheryl Tougias, Spalding Tougias Architects, Inc. and Lisa Greenfield, Fort Point Artist Community

    House of Cards
    ConstellationCenter
    Temporary Public Art Installation
    ConstellationCenter, Cambridge, Massachusetts, announces a Temporary Public Art Installation on ConstellationCenter’s site, located at Athenaeum Street and Kendall Street in Kendall Square. This property will be the future home of ConstellationCenter—a performing arts center combining the highest standards of production and performance excellence, with multiple venues for film, music, opera, dance, and drama.
    June 2010-June 2011

    The Cambridge Street Project
    An inside look at the process of public art
    April 1 – June 11, 2010
    FIRST MONDAYS @ CAC GALLERY
    Free artist receptions featuring live performances,
    food & community: April 5, May 3, June 7, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
    CAC Gallery, Cambridge Arts Council, City Hall Annex
    344 Broadway, 2nd Floor, Cambridge

    Lisa Greenfield was one of ten local artists selected as a finalist for a Public Art Commission in Cambridge, MA. Each artist developed a site-specific proposal for the Cambridge Street Corridor - a one-mile stretch of Cambridge Street, spanning from Inman Square to Lechmere. The scope of the commission, by the Cambridge Arts Council, permit the artists to develop a concept in any of the arts and design media – visual, performing, mixed media, architectural, landscape, social, etc. T

    Found in Fort Point
    Art at 12 Gallery
    Boston, MA
    Jan 12-Feb 26, 2010

    SHIFTboston Forum
    "Tunnel Vision"
    Jury Selection Finalists
    Institute of Contemporary Art
    Boston, MA
    January 14, 2010

    Small Works show
    Art at 12 Gallery
    Boston, MA
    December 2009

    Starry Night
    Lisa Greenfield and Daniel J. van Ackere
    A Street under Summer Street, Boston, MA
    Dusk to dawn.
    December 20, 2009-November, 2010

    Starry Night will create the illusion of being under a starry sky as you walk under the Summer Street overpass on A Street in Fort Point, Boston. One aspect of city life is the rarity of a starlit sky. Memories of crisp, cold air and midnight black skies, punctuated by brilliant blue-white stars, are evoked by this installation.

    The area is frequently traversed by the many workers and residents of our community, but it is currently dingy and poorly lit. Starry Night will create a glow that transforms that short walk into a festive, enchanting and memory-evoking experience.

    Funded by a grant from FPAC for the Winter Solstice public art series.

    1/17/10
    Boston Sunday Globe Review of Starry Night "...The best piece here is quite simple: Lisa Greenfield and Daniel van Ackere’s magical canopy of blue LED lights, “Starry Night,’’ strung on A Street beneath the Summer Street bridge. The sparkle imbues the rundown stretch of road with a heavenly glow." - Cate McQuaid

    Make a Point: A Competition
    Lisa was selected as one of six finalists in the Friends of Fort Point Channel's international Make a Point competition chosen to present pecha-kucha style at the Blue Wave on December 15th.
    more info
    See the presentation

    Barlow's Restaurant
    Paintings on view December 2009 - March 2010

  • SELECTED PAST EXHIBITIONS


    Coil/Recoil
    Installation - 'A' Street at Summer Street
    October-November 2009

    Fort Point Open Studios Group Show
    Fort Point Arts Community Gallery
    October 1 - October 30, 2009

    Paintings at
    Boston Concept Home at FP3
    Sept-Nov, 2009

    Fort Point Open Studios 30th Anniversary
    October 16-18, 2009

    June First Friday
    450 Harrison Avenue, Studio #308
    June 5, 2009
    5:00 - 8:00 p.m.

    SOWA ART WALK
    450 Harrison Ave
    May 16-17, 2009

    Fort Point Open Studios Group Show
    Fort Point Arts Community Gallery
    September 29 - October 24, 2008

    2008 Fort Point Open Studios
    October, 2008

    House of Cards
    October, 2008
    Installation
    Fort Point Channel

  • October 2007
    Walking on Water
    Installation
    Fort Point Channel, Boston, MA


    October 5 - November 9, 2007
    FPAC Group Show
    Fort Point Arts Community Gallery
    Boston, MA


    Nov. 21, 2005 - March 15, 2006
    Boston Art Windows
    Installation at 540 Washington Street (corner of Avenue de Lafayette),
    Downtown Crossing, Boston, MA - curated by James Hull
    Park/Park, Lisa Greenfield and Jennifer Moses, video installation, 2005
    www.cityofboston.gov/bra/baw


    June 21 - November 1, 2005
    MCCA: SUMMER STREET SOLSTICE
    A juried show featuring artwork by Artists for Humanity, Fort Point Arts Community, and South Boston Art Association
    Boston Convention Center

    May 6 - June 11, 2005
    Below the Surface
    Two Person Show
    Lisa Greenfield and Lamont Post
    Fort Point Arts Community Gallery
    Boston, MA