Lisa Gralnick began her career as a teacher at Kent State University’s School of Art. She quit teaching after a few years to develop her own body of work, and was the recipient of many grants, fellowships, and awards. Now head of the metals program at the Parsons School of Design, her busy schedule allows her to make fewer than five pieces each year. Gralnick’s art is often inspired by philosophical issues, and raises questions about immortality, language, and the artistic process.
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