Lisa has her very own art gallery, located upstairs in New Orleans Square in Commercial Center, Las Vegas, Nevada. Within its walls, Lisa showcases some of her most treasured works, as well as those from other local Las Vegas artists. Every month is something new, so check back often!
Jump back in time and experience life in the 1970’s with artists Annie Wildbear and Lisa Dittrich. See pop culture, political, and other iconic images and memories created in stunning paintings and installations. With an opening reception on November 9, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, this art exhibit will run through December.
The historic Atomic Liquors bar in Downtown Las Vegas has several pieces of Lisa’s artwork hanging within. Back in 2012, the owners of Atomic Liquors found Lisa’s artwork at Blackbird Studios during their Area 51 show. Lisa’s attention to detail and love for the genre created some of her most iconic works, including “Black Velvet Boom”. This piece was highlighted in Las Vegas Weekly magazine.
Dr. John Quinn, DMD, is a huge fan of Lisa’s artwork, having commissioned several pieces over the years. His patient exam rooms all have pieces of Lisa’s artwork displayed, but the highlight of his practice is in reception lobby. Dental Landscape” is an enormous mountain landscape created entirely of items you would find in a dental office. From gauze to floss sticks, tongue depressors to toothbrushes, Lisa created a beautiful landscape covering over eighteen square feet!
Lisa has a long standing relationship with Blackbird Studios. Besides volunteering and helping around the gallery, Lisa has exhibited several of her shows at Blackbird Studios.
Beginning the First Friday of October, 2013, Lisa displayed her very first solo art show at Blackbird Studios. “Wicked and Peculiar Offspring” exhibited adolescents just before losing their innocence. The show ran through the end of November, 2013.
Lisa had two pieces in the Valdez Group Show, “Under the Sea”. However, both pieces sold on opening night in September, 2013 and have now been removed. Limited Edition prints were available here on this website.