Lisa Schulte, “The Neon Queen” is an American artist best known for her work in expressive neon sculpture. Schulte began bending neon in the early 1980s, creating custom pieces and providing prop rentals to the entertainment industry from her Los Angeles-based studio Nights of Neon, which houses one of the largest neon collections in the world.
In addition to gallery and museum shows across the US throughout her career, she has recently shown at the Museum of Neon Art (2017) and the Museum of Art and History (2017.) Her recent solo show Encounters With Light was at the Riverside Art Museum (2018) and The Significance of Light (2018) was at Samuel Lynne Gallery. Lisa’s work also showed at Mash Gallery in the group exhibition Forces of Nature (2018.) Her work is included in the private collections of LeBron James, Fritz Hoelscher, and Diane von Furstenberg.