Lisa Flowers Ross creates colorful, contemporary artworks using fabric that she hand-dyes. Nature, the environment and dialy observation are her main inspirations which are transformed into simple forms and feometric shapes, with an emphases on line, color and composition.
Her artwork has been exhibited in solo, group and juried exhibitions nationally and internationally. Flowers Ross has created public artworks, in the form of vinyl wraps, for the cities of Boise, Meridian, Eagle and Ketchum, Idaho. Her art is included in private, public and corporate collections. She has completed artist residencies in the Western states and has received several grants from the Idaho Commission on the Arts and from the Alexa Rose Foundation.
For over 20 years, Flowers Ross worked as a curatorial assistant at the Boise Art Museum and was also a voluntary art teacher for her daughter's elementary class for seven years. She has curated several exhibitions and is now an independent controactor for indoor exhibition installations.
Flowers Ross holds a Bachelor of Art degree in Studio Art with a concentration on Drawing, as well as a degree in Business from Hope College in Holland, Michigan. She is a juried artist member of the professional groups, Northwest Designer Craftsmen, Studio Art Quilt Associates and Boise Open Studio Collective Organization. She teaches workshops in her home and at other locations, cares deeply about the environment, likes to practice yoga, hike nature trails with her husband, annd commute on her e-bike.