Lissa Holland

New Zealand Artist


2014 Exhibition 24th October - 9th November Culverden Art Gallery  (next to the Red Post Cafe) open Thursday to Sunday 10am - 4pm. Miixed media artwork from the last 2 years.

2011 Exhibition 24th April  - 8th May in Culverden North Canterbury. Held at the old Culverden hall (next to the Red Post Cafe) open  daily 10am - 4pm closed Wednesdays. A selection of works on show include all the original watercolours from the Favourite Foods book. 10% of proceeds from these sales will be given to the Canterbury Medical Research Foundation and 10% from proceeds from the rest of the paintings will be given to the Red Cross.



Commissioned by la Toscana, an Italian restaurant in Te Anau to paint a 10 metre long fresco.

Works accepted for the Arrowtown Autumn Festival & the Malvern County annual art exhibition.


 Trelise Cooper used images from my water colour 'luminus rose' painting to design a silk scarf for St John.


 Commissioned by St John to paint their 'Luminus rose' which was bred by world renowned Rosarian Bob Mathews in 2010 to celebrate 125 years of St John service in New Zealand. Images from this watercolour painting were used by St John to create a series of gift cards.


Invited to enter work for the Amuri School Art auction. 11 of 12 paintings sold. Paintings accepted for Art in a Garden, an annual display of paintings and sculpture at Flaxmere, Penny Zino's garden in North Canterbury.


Paintings from Favourite Foods, a book produced featuring Lissa's artwork, exhibited in Hanmer.


Featured in an exhibition of local artists for the Amuri Art Society in Hanmer Springs.


Guest painter at the Otautau Potters Society Southland exhibition.


Invited to be one of the guest artists at the Fiordland Art Society.


Exhibited at the annual Fiordland Art Society Festival with Vivienne Mountford fibre artist Christchurch as guest artist.


Exhibited at the annual Fiordland Art Society Festival where the guest artist was painter Annie Baird from Dunedin.


First painting exhibition with Te Anau weaver Trish Cuttriss, in Fiordland where 20 of the 25 paintings exhibited were sold.


Fiordland Art Society, exhibited in annual Art Festival, featured Hoglund Glass Nelson as guest artists.


Exhibited at the annual Lawrence Art exhibition in South Otago and again in 1977. Sold all of the oil paintings entered both years. One of Gabriel’s Gully, where gold was first discovered in New Zealand, others of the ruins of the Weatherstones Brewery and of historic buildings in Lawrence.