Thea Lanzisero, a New York based artist, creates environments and sculpture to weave her personal stories and mythology. She uses actions and processes from everyday life- like sewing, planting, weaving, welding- continually experimenting to create interactive work in the public realm. She has received multiple grants, public art projects, and exhibits throughout the US and Europe. Thea teaches ceramics and sculpture at City University of NY, Brooklyn College in Brooklyn, NY. and at the City University of NY BMCC, in Manhattan.
Her first Public Art piece, representing Anne Frank, can be found in Arboretum Park, Dix Hills NY; and her second permanent public work is on 38th Street between 5th and 6th Avenue, NY, NY, outside the Archer Hotel.