Lisa Tornack has been working professionally as a painter since 2002. She completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts, from Alberta University of the Arts, in Calgary, Alberta. Since graduation has taught a variety of community art classes and has been privileged to participate in numerous art exhibitions, fundraisers, and festivals.
Career highlights include the group exhibition Blossoms and Botanicals, at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, a solo exhibition Ingravida at the Northern Jubilee Auditorium, and an artist residency at the Centre D’Art I Natura located in Farerra, Spain.
Lisa hopes to promote the values of peace, creativity, and real beauty through both her life and her art.