Twiggs Gallery at Cornerstone Design, Boscawen, NH: “Where Were You When,” community mail art postcard project; 2021
League of NH Craftsmen Annual Craftsmen’s Fair, Sunapee, NH: “Living with Crafts,” juried group exhibition; 2017, 2016..
The Gallery at League Headquarters, Concord, NH: “Pushing the Limits,” juried group exhibition; 2017; “Bowl Me Over,” juried group exhibition; 2016; “Continuing the Tradition,” juried group exhibition; 2016..
Artist Knot Gallery, Andover, NY: “American Celtic,” invitational group exhibition; 2012.
Holy Nativity Church, Los Angeles, CA: “American Celtic,” invitational group exhibition; 2011.
McGowan Fine Art, Concord, NH: “Love, Lust & Desire II,” juried group exhibition; 2010.
Franklin Mint Museum, Franklin Center, PA: “Reflections of the Emerald Isle: An Exhibition of Irish Art,” invitational group exhibition; 2002.
New England College Gallery, Henniker, NH: “Mythic Proportions,” solo exhibition; 2002.
Gallery at Wren, Bethlehem, NH: “Geometric Incantations,” solo exhibition; 2001.
New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, NH: “Biennial 2001,” juried group exhibition; 2001.
University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IO: “A Question of Faith,” juried group exhibition; Juror: Eleanor Heartney, contributing editor, Art in America; 2001.
Awards, Honors, and Organizations
The League of New Hampshire Craftsmen: Juried member in the wood media category, since 2015.
Guest Lecturer: National Science Bowl, U.S. Department of Energy, Chevy Chase, MD. I spoke on the topic: “Fairest Mysterious: Standing at the Cradle of True Art and Science”, exploring mathematics as a source of creative inspiration in the fine arts; 2004.
Artist Residency & Fellowship: Ragdale Foundation, Lake Forest, IL. I was awarded a Ragdale Foundation/NEA Fellowship for residency, travel and stipend, for a four week stay at Ragdale in spring of 2002.
Kickham Watercolor Award: Juror’s award for my entry in the “Biennial 2001” exhibition. New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, NH.
Journal of Undergraduate Research: U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Washington, DC. Design and copy editing for Vol. III, 2003.
Celtic Connections Magazine: Weymouth, England. “Artwork by Lisa Laughy”: article, cover artwork, black and white interior illustrations for Issue 33, Winter, 2000.
PARABOLA Magazine: New York, NY. Black and white illustrations accompanying articles by Jan Darby and Mara Freeman for Vol. 25, No. 4, Winter 2000; Vol. 24, No. 3, Fall 1999; Vol. 24, No.1, Spring 1999.
Form Plaque Project: Design and carving of 28 commissioned plaques for St. Paul’s School, Concord, NH; 2010 to 2021 – as well as 4 additional plaque designs and the Shattuck Fellows Plaque.
Ecclesiastical Artwork Commission: Design and creation of the site-specific artwork “Baptismal Triptych”, a large-scale articulated painted panel triptych, for permanent display above the baptismal font at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Groveton, NH; 2003.
Logo Design: Pollyanna of Littleton New Hampshire, Inc. Organization logo and promotional image design for the Pollyanna sculpture located in Littleton, NH; 2003.
Desk Calendar and Greeting Card Designs: Artwork for a 2004 calendar, and a variety of greeting card designs for The Printery House, Conception, MO; 2002-2005.
Music CD Artwork: Color artwork for “Irish Music Festival 2001” CD packaging, Kaleidoscope Music, London, England; 2001.
Logo Design: Association for Psychological Type, Glenview, IL. Logo design for this international organization that provides Myers-Briggs testing training; 2000.
NH Chronicle: WMUR TV, Manchester, NH. “Clever Creations in Wood” by Mary-Paige Provost, Senior Producer; Broadcast on March 26, 2019. LINK
Make Magazine: www.makezine.com. “Breathtaking Moleskine Art” by Gareth Branwyn; December 14th, 2008. LINK
Plymouth Magazine: Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH. “Beyond the Ninth Wave” by Elizabeth Cheney; Vol. XVIII, No. 3, Summer, 2003.
New Hampshire Magazine: Manchester, NH. “The Intricacies of History” by Susan Sauer; Vol. 16, No. 9, September, 2002.
Portsmouth Herald: Portsmouth, NH. “For a Respite From Summertime’s Crowds” by Laura Pope; July 29, 2002.
The Boston Globe: Boston, MA. “N.H. Artist’s Colorful, Intricate Celtic Art Mesmerizes” by Lylah M. Alphonse; March, 14, 2002.