Lisa Reinertson had been creating monumental sculptures cast in bronze at Artworks Foundry since her first major commission: "Martin Luther King, Jr." in Kalamazoo, MI in 1989.
Lisa has been strongly influenced by the figurative traditions in painting and sculpture. Her work combines a realism rooted in the humanist figurative tradition in art with a contemporary expression of social and psychological content.
Reinertson's sculpture has been exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibitions at the Dorothy Weiss Gallery, San Francisco, the Natsoulas Gallery, CA, Santa Clara University, University of the Pacific, and CSU, Chico. Her work has been in numerous invitational exhibitions in Museums and Galleries including: the Oakland Museum Sculpture Court, the Honolulu Academy of Arts, the California Crafts Museum, the National Museum of Ceramic Art, the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, the Air Gallery in London, and the IV Concorso Nazional Della Ceramica D'Arte in Savone, Italy.