Lisa Kaslow (b. 1953 - N.Y.C.)
Post Office Box 381
Hibernia, NJ  07842

Voice: 973.586.0495
Fax: 973.586.4393
TF: 877.276.3810

Curriculum Vitae


  • Rinehart School of Sculpture, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 1978 - MFA.
  • Yale College, New Haven, CT - B.A., Cum Laude, Honors in Artibus Belles
  • Columbia University, New York, NY, 1975. Special student - Intensive Japanese Language Study.
  • Kyoto Municiple University of Fine Arts, Japan, 1975 - 1976. Art and Film with Shoichi Ida and Kazuo Miagawa.

Design Team Collaborations

  • Air-Rights Plaza, Lowe Enterprises Mid-Atlantic, Maryland National Capitol Planning and Parks Commission, Parker Rodriguez L.A.: 2000-2001 - Artist designed the plaza as a gameboard with 8' tall playing pieces as seating. Design Team Collaboration ongoing with new and renovated construction under the supervision of MNCPP and CHK Architects.
  • Silver Spring Transit Center, Washington Metro Area Transit Authority, JMT Engineers, Torti Gallas and Partners, CHK Architects: 2000-2001. Design Team Lead artist to integrate structural and ornamental elements in overall station design.
  • Bayonne, NJ - 22nd Street Station, NJ Transit Authority, Design Team Member on the Hudson-Bergan Light Rail Transit System: 1996-2000. Sculpture commission and lead artist supervising 5 additional artist commissions.
  • Washington Metro Area Transit Authority, Washington, DC, 197-1998. Design Team Member on the Prince Georges Plaza Pedestrian Bridge, Hyattsville Metro Station. Consulting and design of bridge structure, access, public art.
  • NJ Transit Authority, Design Team Member on the Hudson-Bergan Light Rail Transit System: 1996-1997. Members included: Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas; Wallace Roberts & Todd; Zimmer Gunsul Frasca; Jambheker / Strauss; Artists: Ned Smyth, Elyn Zimmerman, Alison Sky, Lisa Kaslow, NJ State Council of the Arts.
  • Bergan County Department of Parks and Recreation, New Jersey, 1994, "Harmony Gateway". 11' wide by 10' high portico entrance to playground at Van Saun Park. Structure: Steel, polyester powder coating, urethane enamels. "Water Play Wall Relief", Concrete, coated steel 20" diameter x 18" high. Community-based collaboration dedicated to global diversity.


  • American Institute of Architects, National Convention, Boston, MA, 1992.
  • American Society of Landscape Architects, Nat'l Convention, Washington, DC, 1991.
  • Strathmore Hall, Artists in the Public Art Collection of Montgomery County, MD, 1991.
  • American Society of Landscape Architects, Nat'l Convention, Kansas City, MO, 1990.
  • I Am : Self Portraits, Dundalk Community College, Baltimore, MD, 1990.
  • Figures 1989, Washington Square, Washington, DC, 1989.
  • Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburg, PA, 1987.
  • Artscape, Invitational, Baltimore, MD, 1986.
  • Maryland Gallery, "Sculptors Inc" Group, 1985.
  • Gallery II, Group Show, Charlottsville, VA, 1985.
  • Life in Baltimore, Baltimore Life Insurance Company, Baltimore, MD, 1983.
  • Knickerbocker Artists, 33rd Annual, Salmagundi Club, New York, NY, 1983.
  • City Hall Gallery, 2 artist show, Baltimore, MD, 1982.
  • Tuttle Gallery, McDonogh School, Baltimore, MD, 1982.
  • Significant Sculpture, J.C.C., Baltimore, MD, 1981.
  • Sculpture 80, International Sculpture Conference, Invitational, Baltimore, MD, 1980.
  • Eighth Annual Designers' Showcase, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Mansion, New York, 1980.
  • Trenton State Museum, Grant Recipients' Exhibition, New Jersey, 1978.
  • Decker Gallery, Masters of Fine Arts Thesis Show, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, 1978.


  • Transactions 1997, Public Transportation Symposium, Atlantic City, NJ, 1997.
  • Save Outdoor Sculpture, International Town Meeting, 1996
  • Municiple Art Society, New York, NY, 1995.
  • Maryland Institute College of Art, 1980 - 1997.
  • Johns Hopkins University, Creative and Talented Youth Symposia, Baltimore, MD, 1987 - 1997.
  • The Reemerging Figure, Washington Sculptors Group, 1987
  • University of Maryland, N.E.A. and S.B.A. workshop, 1981.
  • 11th International Sculpture Conference, Washington, DC, committee member 1980.
  • Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture, Visiting artist in residence, 1978.

Awards and Fellowships

  • NJ Society of Landscape Architects, Award: Van Saun Park Design Collaboration, 1994.
  • Esseff Foundation for the Arts, MD, Grant, 1993 - 1994
  • National Association of Office and Industrial Parks, 1985.
  • Maryland State Council on the Arts, Artists in School with the N.E.A., 1981.
  • New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Artist grant, 1977
  • Rinehart Fellowship, Reinhart School of Sculpture, Full tuition in M.F.A. Program, 1976 - 1978.
  • John Courtney Murray Fellowship, Yale College. For Travel/Study in Japan, 1975 - 1976.
  • Sumitomo Travel Grant, Transportation to Japan, 1975.
  • Henry Luce III Scholar, Alternate scholar in Asia, 1975.
  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Internship, 1974.
  • Yale University Fund for Women, Merit Grant, 1974.
  • Lawrence C. Licht Art Award, Englewood, NJ, First Prize, 1971.


  • ArtCalendar
  • Art in America
  • Baltimore Sun Papers
  • Dundalk Community College Cable
  • Newsday Magazine
  • New York Times
  • Trenton State Museum
  • USA Today
  • Washingtonian
  • Washington Post
  • Washington Times
  • WJZ-TV Baltimore