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Lisa Konrad

Lisa Konrad is a freelance graphic artist, painter, web designer and animator. She studied fine art for a while at Cardiff College of Art then went travelling around the world. After a few years spent mainly in Asia she went to live in London in the late 1980's and obtained a computer. She gradually learnt to use the new technology and became excited at the possibilites of using computers in her art work.Her pictures are a combination of traditional drawing, many of her pictures started life as pastel, watercolour and pencil sketches, scanned in to the computer to enable a more *random* texture than might otherwise be possible, and works drawn with a tablet on the computer


Lisa Konrad

. She divides her time between painting and making t-shirts and cards, which are sold at various venues around the country, creating animations for her web site (free for download for personal use) whilst still trying to find time to read the science ficition and fantasy she loves so much and to spend time playing an on-line virtual reality continuous game called Everquest where she is a high level enchantress. (Yes! I can turn into a werewolf and also mezmerize evil monsters so my friends can live... ) Lisa has a daughter and a son for whom the baby dragons in some of her pictures were drawn, who share her love of SF, computer games, and also the old traditional dice versions of Dungeons and Dragons.

Visit www.animation.arthouse.org to view the animations and other pictures


Artists exhibiting

Alligator Descartes, Anne Sudworth, Brian Waugh, Chris Moore, David A Hardy, David Angus, David Vickers, Dominic E Harman, Fred Gambino, Jim Burns, Keith Scaife, Lisa Konrad, Planet Fresh, SMS, Steve Stone, Sue Mason, Les Edwards.

Exhibition details: Dates: 14th July 2000 to 11th August 2000 Opening hours: 10:30 to 17:30. (closed Sundays) Admission: Free

2nd Floor Art Gallery Foyles Bookshop
113-119 Charing Cross Road
London WC2H 0EB
United Kingdom






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Photos copyright Alex McLintock 2000.