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Voted Top 50 Emerging Artist in the USA!


Lisa Rego is a Bermudian artist who spent most of her formative years in the United Kingdom. She studied Drawing and Painting at the world renowned Glasglow School of Art in Scotland. In 2001, Lisa returned to Bermuda as artist in residence with the Masterworks Foundation, which led to a series of exciting exhibitions. Her artwork is very realistic and she enjoys focusing on vibrant colors and shadows. She has had several of her paintings accepted by international jurors for the Bermuda Biennial Exhibitio. Lisa-Anne was voted top 50 Emerging Artist to the U.S. for 2012 and enjoys meeting customers in her Gallery/Studio in Dockyard. She was approached by the International One Design Class Association to capture exciting images of IOD vessels sailing in the Great Sound. They herald an ongoing series being created to celebrate Bermuda's maritime heritage.


The artist had the honor of becoming an official licensee of the America's Cup which will be held in Bermuda in May 2017 due to her aerial depiction of the AC vessels racing in the Great Sound ('The Chase').


Unique opportunity to capture forever this ONCE in a lifetime moment in history for Bermuda and Lisa's artwork! 100 Books ONLY are going to press. Never to be repeated again.

Original oil is available, but likely to sell very quickly. Available as a giclee sized: 18 x 36", 16 x 32" or 12 x 22"

Lisa-Anne has created a dynamic view of all six AC vessels hydra-foiling with crew members working hard upon Bermuda's cyan waters. Now available in a variety of giclee sizes and as an original on canvas also,

AC Vessels captured by Lisa Rego, depicted sailing in the Great Sound!

Artist Lisa-Anne Rego was voted as one of "Top 50 Emerging Artist" in USA for 2012! Following her inaugural art exhibition in Miami, FL in November 2011. Take a tour of her work during Art Week in the video below!

This is a very popular style of stretching. It is perfect when the artwork needs to be presented and/or hang without a frame. This type of stretching also works perfectly with floater frames.

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