• When an artist creates a work, a part of their energy, their vitality is held in that artwork forever... it has therefore always been my mission to add only good, uplifting energy into the living and working spaces of my clients: I specialise in sourcing artworks by artists who create from a place of integrity, depth and beauty…. 


    Having been involved in the world of Art & Design for over 25 years, primarly as a contemporary art dealer, Lisa Sharpe has many long-standing relationships with trusted artists, art dealers and galleries.


    In 2006 she founded Lisa Sharpe Contemporary Art in oder to work closely with both emerging and established artists: setting up a central London base where she would curate large scale exhibitions in order to connect artists and collectors in a relaxed setting.



    In 2014, Lisa decided to devote more time to painting in her Hampshire studio, whilst also continuing to work with her long-standing clients and trusted artists - she now divides her time between working on projects in London and her studio near Winchester, Hampshire.


    Lisa sits on art panels, charity fund-raising committees, write articles on collecting art and regularly advise clients on building and re-structuring their art colletions. Her emphasis has always been on listening to her clients and working closely with them to source artworks which they genuinely connect with, and get great pleasure from having in their living and working environments. 


    In addition to working with numerous private clients, Lisa has also sourced and commissioned artwork for corporate clients including:


    Halkin Investments

    Hamilton Bradshaw 

    Holland & Holland

    One Alfred Place

    Standard Chartered Bank

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abu Dhabi

    Tottenham Hotspur FC

    Art can totally transform the spaces in which we live and work, both aesthetically and on a deeper level, I have seen working environments transformed by a change of artwork: visibly altering not only the atmosphere, but also the attitude of those working in their new surroundings.

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