SELECTED PUBLICATIONS & LINKS

~Kristopher Monroe, SavArtScene: “What does music make you see?” Savannah Now - Oct. 28, 2018, Print & online - https://www.savannahnow.com/entertainmentlife/20181027/savartscene-what-does-music-make-you-see-savannah-artists-explore-song-verses-in-lyric

~Kristopher Monroe, SavArtScene: “Savannah’s Lisa Watson ‘saving the planet one garden at a time” Savannah Now - Aug. 26, 2018, Print & online - http://www.savannahnow.com/entertainmentlife/20180825/savartscene-savannahs-lisa-watson-saving-planet-one-garden-at-time

~Bevin Valentine Jalbert, ”What Goes Unseen: Art & Activism in the Work of Lisa D. Watson” Paprika Southern Magazine - Summer 2018, Vol. III, Issue 4

~”Lisa D. Watson 6 Apr — 10 Jun 2018 at the Imlay Gallery in Montclair, United States” Wall Street International Magazine (online)“ April 20, 2018 https://wsimag.com/art/37603-lisa-d-watson

~"The Atlanta Arts & Culture Weekly Review" Voyage ATL. April 6, 2018. Online

~Stephen Prudhomme, "Making An Artistic and Environmental Statement" Spirit Newspapers. Jan. 18, 2018. Print & Online

~Kristopher Monroe, "SavArtScene: Savannah saw variety of cultural highlights in 2017" Savannah Now. Dec. 30, 2017 Print & Online

~Rachael Flora, "Art in 2017: What we liked, what we didn't, and what we're excited for in 2018" Connect Savannah. Dec. 27, 2017 Print & Online

~Rachael Flora, "Lisa D. Watson bridges the environment" Connect Savannah. Nov. 15, 2017 Print (cover) & Online https://www.connectsavannah.com/savannah/lisa-d-watson-bridges-the-environment/Content?oid=6264400

~Kristopher Monroe, "SavArtScene: Savannah artist’s personal vision writ large on walls of Jepson" Savannah Now. Nov. 12, 2017 Print & Online. http://savannahnow.com/accent/column/news/2017-11-11/savartscene-savannah-artist-s-personal-vision-writ-large-walls-jepson

~Kristopher Monroe, "Activist turns focus back to art" SavannahNow. Aug. 5, 2017 Print & Online http://savannahnow.com/accent/column/news/2017-08-05/savartscene-activist-turns-focus-back-art

~Rachael Flora, "Artist Spotlight: Lisa Watson" Art Rise Savannah. Feb. 20, 2017 http://artrisesavannah.org/blog/4615407

~Kristopher Monroe, "SavArtScene: Put local gallery art on your shopping list", Savannah Now. Nov. 26, 2016

~Amanda Foster, "Local Woman Looking to Rename Talmadge Bridge", WJCL - ABC. July 20, 2016

~Lisa Hueneke, "Span the Gap Presents Artist Perspective on Talmadge Bridge", Savannah Art Informer. Online. June 9, 2016

~Kayla Goggin, "Lisa D. Watson: Spanning The Gap", Connect Savannah. Print & Online. June 8, 2016 http://www.connectsavannah.com/savannah/lisa-d-watson-spanning-the-gap/Content?oid=3541917

~Kristopher Monroe, "Span the Gap Exhibit Commemorates Bridge Anniversary While Advocating Name Change", Do Savannah. Print & Online. June 7, 2016

~Babbie Guscio, "Spanning the Past, the Present and Art", The Bluffton Packet. Print and Online. May 25, 2016

~Aberjhani, "The Struggle Continues to Correct Racial Transgressions of America's Past", The Examiner. Online. May 11, 2016 www.linkedin.com/pulse/struggle-continues-correct-racial-transgressions-past-aberjhani

~Jessica Leigh Lebos, "Name Shaming The Talmadge Bridge", Connect Savannah. Print & online. April 20. 2016 http://www.connectsavannah.com/savannah/name-shaming-the-talmadge-bridge/Content?oid=3432869

~Jessica Leigh Lebos, "The Unexpected Nature of Bridges", Connect Savannah. Print & online. Week: Aug. 26 - Sept. 1, 2015

~”Artist to host exhibition At City Hall” , WTOC News. Online: 6/29/2015

~”Exhibit on bridges to open at City Hall”, WJCL News Online: 6/29/2015

~”Lisa Watson Art Exhibit”, Welcome To Savannah. Feb. 5, 2015. Online

~Amanda Pierce, ”Savannah Gallery to Feature Fine Arts Alumna”, www.CCAD. March 5, 2014.

~Allison Hersh, “Life at Mermaid Manor” Savannah Magazine. July/Aug. 2011.

~Donna Thomas, “Merit Award Winners - Mixed Media/Collage Exhibit” The Gallery of Paper Mill Village Blogspot, March 7, 2010

~Kira Perov, “Going Forth By Day - Bill Viola” Publication 2002

~Kimberly Sullivan, “Good Habit’s Hard To Break”, 1995 Print: Eastern Hills Journal