Up until two years ago, Lisa Langford had a career in nursing. Today, she’s an artist, curator, designer, and event planner for her award-winning shop, Lis’s Pieces on Grand Boulevard.
In 2019, downtown New Port Richey was evolving yet again. After numerous incantations and setbacks, the city’s urban core was coming together in a tangible way. “We knew we wanted to be a part of it,” Lisa explained to us, “and so we took the leap.”
Lisa’s storefront has more than tripled in the last two years, becoming the home base for many of NPR’s home-based artists. From floor to ceiling, Lisa’s walls are now covered in acrylics, photography, paintings, and stunning glass art from more than 60 vendors.
Time and time again, Lisa has show her ability to bring together the arts community, and now she’s doing it again. Join us this Saturday for Lis’s Pieces Art Walk!
Lis’s Pieces Art Walk
Saturday, March 27th from 12 PM – 8 PM