For art questions contact:
cell phone: 315-256-8639  

Lisa is owner of True Gesso Panels, selling archival gesso panels for painting and silver point. Available at: TrueGesso.com

The preferred Gesso panel by The Art Students League of New York.

True Gesso Panels are recommended in April 2013 The Artist's magazine article, Getting Started in Egg Tempera, by artist, Koo Schadler, and in April/May 2013 International Artist magazine.

Hummingbird design

Art represented by Ernesto Mayans Gallery,
Santa Fe, NM. Phone: 505-983-8068

Studio Art Sessions:
Studio Classes

3-hour Small Group Sessions
starting late October (dates TBA)

Private lessons by appointment for 1 and 2 hour sessions
Cell: 315-256-8639
Email: LisaCoddington@gmail.com

Workshop in 2020


Workshop at the Artisan Art Expo
Sunday, September 27, 2020
9:00am - 5:00pm

Buffalo Thunder Resort
(Class size is limited)
Fee includes all supplies. Beginner and experienced artists are welcome.
More information coming soon!


Art Licensing presentations for professional artists can also be arranged.

Surtex exhibitor for seven years, member of American Society of Botanical Artists, MA in Illustration, Syracuse University.

Botanical, and whimsical art represented by Rutledge Street Gallery, South Carolina. www.Rutledgestreetgallery.com


Born in Venezuela to American parents, artist/instructor Lisa Coddington, grew up in the American suburbs with an appreciation for exploring the outdoors. Now residing in Santa Fe, New Mexico the artist is surrounded with new views of art forms familiar to her from favorite childhood folk art gifts her parents brought from travels abroad. The art objects cultivated her appreciation for global aesthetic diversity, and introduced to her a visual language that transcends cultural barriers.

Egg Tempura - Clouds

Egg tempura painting, "Santa Fe Clouds 1" 2017, size: 6" x 6." Donated to Santa Fe Artist Medical Silent Auction.

Painting Commission compliment,
"I received the standing cypress painting.  To say the least, I am very pleased.  The painting is lovely.  The detailed flowers, the different creatures, the pencil drawings - all contribute to an interesting and beautiful painting.  Thank you for taking on this project.  I will proudly display this painting of one of my favorite wildflowers."
~Texas client

Blooming Artichoke

"Blooming Artichoke" 2017

2019 Workshop

Introduction to Botanical Drawing and Watercolor (Plant Drawing Workshop)
Saturday, August 3, 2019
9:00am - 12:00pm

Institute of American Indian Arts
83 Avan Nu Po Rd., Santa Fe, NM

Contact: Thomas M. Antonio, Ph.D.
Associate Professor & Science Coordinator

La Romita

La Romita School of Art, Italy


Botanical Art class in Grenada, West Indies
made posssible in part by ASBA and Peak Institute.


Contact Lisa if you are interested in new commissions,
or licensing new art or existing art from this website.

also see:
Official Travel Website of the Convention & Vistors Bureau - SantaFe.org
Museum of New Mexico Foundation Gift Shops - NewMexicoCreates.org