About Lisa Ryan

"I trained as a sculptor in Ireland and qualified in 1998. Since moving to NY, I have resumed painting. My work is made up of realism and abstract oil on canvas. I have had many exhibitions in Ireland, here in NY and I do a lot of work for resturants and private collectors."
-Lisa Ryan

You’ll find examples of the artist’s work in many Manhattan haunts including:

105 Eldridge St, NY 10002 (212) 334-6740
“A 3-part rockabilly bar, it gives Lower East Siders some room to breathe. This bar is beautiful and there's cool artwork everywhere.”
“This bar is seriously huge with two bars, some cool art on the walls.” -Yelp
Directions: Between Grand and Broome in the Lower East Side
of Manhattan

The Thirsty Scholar
155 Second Avenue, NY 10003 (212) 777-6514
“Neighbourhood pub offers a pleasant respite from the usual East Village crowds.” -Citysearch
Directions: 6 at Astor Pl; L at 3rd Ave

Puck Fair
298 Lafayette Street (212) 431-1200
“A gleaming pub, it’s genuine through and through, it’s a great spot to sit down and and enjoy a great Guinness.” -Tripadvisor
Directions: Just south of Houston St, SoHo

Ryan’s Irish Pub
151 Second Avenue, NY 10003 (212) 979-9511
Directions: Between 9th & 10th St.

Lucky Jack’s
129 Orchard Street, NY 10002 (212) 477-6555
“Slightly off the radar with an easygoing atmosphere, it is candlelit and outfitted with old-school tin ceilings, exposed brick and framed Vartas girl paintings.” -The Voice