Street Art/Visual Artist
Issa Abou-Issa is a painter, sculptor, and mixed-media artist who works in a variety of styles and mediums.
Born and raised in New York City, Issa studied painting, ceramics/Sculpting in New Orleans, New York and California.
The artist made the move from the "Big Apple" to the "Big Easy" in 1996 with her husband, which she now calls home!
Her works are collected from Europe to the U.S.A. The artist works are collected by celebrities, private patrons and corporations.
She has appeared in several articles and in reference books: "The Artists BlueBook; 34,000 North American Artists (March 2005) 479 pages.
"New Orleans homes and lifestyles," and has had successful group shows where her art was sold at "The Robert Miller Gallery" and in "Metro Pictures" in New York City -- A cause to benefit artists living with AIDS.
This is the artist first published book. "St. Matthew's Episcopal Church; Loss of a Historical Landmark"
with an essay by award winning, Art Critic, Richard Speer.