Lisa Livoni


Lisa Livoni is a Eugene, Oregon artist best known for her spontaneous and luminous watercolors that celebrate her passion for color, light and texture. Born in Honolulu, Hawaii she developed a serious interest in art as a child and attributes some of her early creative influences to living in Japan for three years and attending art classes at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington D. C. Lisa has a BFA from the California College of the Arts and started a graphic design firm in San Francisco that eventually led her to move to the Napa Valley in 1988. After twenty years of designing, she resumed her first love of drawing and painting. Lisa studied with watercolor painter, Charles Reid, at the Silvermine Guild Art Center in Connecticut and Mendocino Art Center in California. In 2015 she moved to Eugene, Oregon where she resides with her husband.


Lisa is a member of the Watercolor Society of Oregon and is active on Instagram. Representation: Silvan Ridge Winery, Eugene, Oregon; The Excelsior Ristorante, Eugene, Oregon; Bush Barn Art Center, Salem, Oregon; Moments by Norri, Portland, Oregon; Jessel Gallery, Napa, California.