New Jersey-based American Impressionist, Lisa Palombo, Adds Blue-Chip Art Gallery Representation in Ca. and Fla.

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Holds 15th Annual Holiday Open Studio, Nov. 14 -15

Lisa Palombo, an award-winning fine artist, today announced two new blue-chip art galleries, Sheldon Fine Art in Naples, FL and Ethos Contemporary in Newport Beach, CA, are now representing her American impressionistic-style paintings. Lisa’s work ranges from luscious florals and serene waterscapes to motion-filled equine pieces and wall-popping still lifes. They all feature her signature brushwork and bold use of colors.

“Lisa is a prolific master artist. Her passion for painting really shows through in her varied, loose strokes and unique mixture of composition and color,” said Kevin Kane, Director of Ethos Contemporary Art. “She is also a great collaborator and understands macro trends and geographical differences that subtly influence the buying decisions of today’s art collectors.”

In Addition, Lisa is holding her 15th annual Holiday Open Studio on Saturday, November 14th and Sunday, November 15th from 12 – 5pm at Lisa Palombo Studios, 55 Mountain Avenue in Caldwell, NJ. The event is free and open to the public.

Each year, Palombo opens her art studio and gallery to the public to showcase some of her new original paintings. For example, she will be displaying paintings from her popular “Fields of Joy,” “Horse Power” and “Water Lilies” series. Lisa Palombo’s annual Holiday Open Studio offers light refreshments and children are welcome to attend. It’s also a great opportunity to meet Lisa Palombo and hear more about her inspirations, her painting process and the joys of art.

About Lisa Palombo:
Lisa Palombo is a nationally acclaimed fine artist known for her expressive brushwork and bold use of color. Her work has been showcased in Art & Antiques Magazine, Southern Living, American Art Review and many other print and web media outlets. Her paintings are also featured in the books: The Best of Oil Painting, Exploring Color, The Best of American Oil Artists (Vol. II) and Lisa Palombo: American Impressionist. Pierre Henri Matisse, the grandson of Henri Matisse, has said, “Lisa’s work is luscious, masterful and full of life. She represents a handful of living artists I consider as ‘ones to watch’ and I always look forward to see what comes off her easel next." To learn more, visit or call 973-364-0280.

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