Lisa M. Nelthropp, primitive muralist and surface designer, has been painting for over 11 years. Lisa paints historical and primitive paintings, portraits and murals from the 1800 and 19th century. She has been featured in such prestigious magazines as Yankee Magazine, New Hampshire Home Magazine, Early American Life Magazine and America's First Resort. She is certified and has extensive training in woodgraining, marble, plaster, glazing, and the art of trompe l'oeil, which she incorporates into her murals, fine art and primitive portraits.
Lisa's mission statement is to preserve a part of our national heritage by painting in the styles of the early American itinerant limners.