2014                Artist Trust/ EDGE Professional Development Program for Visual Artists

2008-2012      Artfest (Port Townsend, WA annual mixed media retreat)

2007                Art & Soul Portland (Portland, OR annual mixed media retreat)


Solo shows

2017    Northwest African American Museum, "You're Not From Around Here, Are You?", Seattle, WA

             Front Room Gallery @ Juan Alonso Studio, "Lisa Myers Bulmash," Seattle, WA

             Centennial Center Gallery, "Lisa Myers Bulmash/ Kathleen McIver," Kent, WA

2015    Hanson Scott Gallery, "Lisa Myers Bulmash: Is This Not Home," Seattle, WA

2014    Hanson Scott Gallery, “Lisa Myers Bulmash,” Seattle, WA

2013    Mountlake Terrace Library, “Every Family’s Secrets,” Mountlake Terrace, WA

Group shows

2019 Ghost Gallery, “Red List: Moths & Butterflies,” Seattle, WA

Kirkland Arts Center, “Fracture,” Kirkland, WA

Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA), “2019 Art Marathon & Auction,” Seattle, WA

Long Beach Island Foundation for the Arts & Sciences, “2019 Works on Paper” [curator: Dr. Louis Marchesano, Philadelphia Museum of Art Audrey and William H. Helfand Senior Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs], Loveladies, NJ

Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA), “Motherland: 2019 Members’ Show” [curator: Amanda Manitach], Seattle, WA

Shoreline City Hall, “Living the Dream, Dreaming the Life,” Shoreline, WA

Ghost Gallery, “The Art of Tarot III,” Seattle, WA

North Seattle College Art Gallery, “Like Mother,” Seattle, WA

2018   CoCA Seattle, “2018 Art Marathon & Auction,” Seattle, WA

St. Tammany Art Association, “53rd National Juried Artists Exhibition” [curator: Katie Pfohl, New Orleans Museum of Art], Covington, LA

            Columbia City Gallery, "Locally Sourced" [curator & artist], Seattle, WA

            Tacoma Art Museum, "TAM Local Community Installation [Like Mother…],” Tacoma, WA

2017   BONFIRE Gallery, "ARTRUMPS: Resistance and Action," Seattle, WA

            Gallery One, "Like Mother...", Ellensburg, WA

            Art Xchange Gallery, “Like Mother…: Women’s Work 2,” Seattle, WA

            King Street Station, “Truth B Told: Onyx Fine Arts,” Seattle, WA

            Alki Arts at Pacific Place, “6th Annual Exhibit Honoring Black History Month,” Seattle, WA

2016   Twilight Gallery, "HEX and the Monstrous Feminine," Seattle, WA

            Centennial Center Gallery, "Kent Summer Art Exhibit," Kent, WA

            SPACE at Magnuson Gallery, "Like Mother," Seattle, WA  

            Edith Green/ Wendell Wyatt Federal Building, "National African American History Month Art Exhibit," Portland, OR

2015    Washington State Historical Museum, "Onyx Fine Arts: A Decade of Art," Tacoma, WA

             Gary Henderson Gallery, "BALLYHOO," Seattle, WA

             Jacob Lawrence Gallery, "Onyx Fine Arts 11th Annual Exhibition," Seattle, WA

      Tashiro Kaplan Building, "TK Art of the City," Seattle, WA

             Columbia City Gallery, "Black Lives Matter: Humanity Not Negotiable," Seattle, WA

             Alki Arts Gallery, "February Art Walk: Honoring Black History Month," Seattle, WA

2014    Washington State Convention Center, "Real and Imagined Spaces," Seattle, WA

    NW African American Museum, “Onyx Fine Arts Collective: A Decade of Art,” Seattle, WA

            Schack Art Center, “Biennial Juried Art Show,” Everett, WA

            Mill Creek Town Center, “2nd Thursday Art Walk,” Mill Creek, WA

2013   Phinney Neighborhood Assn. (PNA), “Winter Festival & Craft Fair,” Seattle, WA

           Mountlake Terrace Library, “Arts of the Terrace,” Mountlake Terrace, WA

   A/NT Gallery, “9th Annual Onyx Fine Arts Collective Exhibit,” Seattle, WA

   Schack Art Center, “The Creative World of Book Arts,” Everett, WA

   Mill Creek Town Center, “2nd Thursday Art Walk,” Mill Creek, WA

   Seattle City Hall, “A Wider View: Onyx Fine Arts Collective,” Seattle, WA

2012   Mountlake Terrace Library, “Arts of the Terrace,” Mountlake Terrace, WA

            Brass Screw Confederacy steampunk festival, Port Townsend, WA

2011   Fraker/Scott Gallery, "ICON," Seattle, WA

   Schack Art Center, "Biennial Juried Art Show," Everett, WA

2010   Lynnwood Arts Commission Art Gallery, “It's Not Easy Being Green,” Lynnwood, WA

           Bothell Sons of Norway Hall, “Eastside Miniatures Show,” Bothell, WA

   climate/gallery, “The Artful Scriptorium,” Long Island City, NY

   Edmonds Art Walk, Edmonds, WA


2019 Purchase award, Shoreline (WA) Permanent Art Collection

2018   Purchase award, Seattle Public Utilities Portable Works Collection

            Honorable Mention (STAA 53rd National Juried Artists Exhibition)

2016   Sustainable Arts Foundation Visual Arts Award

2014   Second place ("Real and Imagined Spaces," Seattle, WA)

2013   First place (9th Annual Onyx Fine Arts Collective Exhibit)

            Poster Artist (“A Wider View,” Seattle City Hall)

2012   Liquitex Merit Award ("Arts of the Terrace")

2011   Golden Art Supplies Award ("ICON")


Artist Trust

Onyx Fine Arts 


2018    Liberty Bank Building development, Seattle. Contributing artist, producing 11 collage portraits.

    Expressions Lab, Seattle. Featured speaker.

             North Seattle College Art Gallery, Seattle. Panelist, "Art & Community."

2015    Artist Trust At Large, Seattle metro-area designated speaker 

             Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Seattle, WA. Black History Month speaker.

2013    ArtistsConnect, Edmonds, WA. Panelist, “Creating an Online Presence.”

2012    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI), communications consultant for social media and email marketing

2011    ArtistsConnect, Edmonds, WA. Keynote speaker on assemblage.

2010    Eastside Miniatures Show, Bothell, WA. Featured speaker on art dollhouses.


2019 The Stranger, “The Top Eight Things to See at the October 2019 Capitol Hill Art Walk” by Jasmyne Keimig and Joule Zelman

2018   New Orleans Advocate, "Art exhibition winners announced for juried show" by Advocate staff

            Real Change News, "Enduring Query: Artist Lisa Myers Bulmash explores the complex experience of being Black in the PNW" by Lisa Edge

            Seattle Magazine, "Pioneers of Place" by Gavin Borchert with Gwendolyn Elliott

  , "Get to know the Liberty Bank Building artists" by Ashwin Warrior

            KING5 New Day NW, "Art exhibit spotlights race relations and encourages civic engagement" by Su Ring

2017   Crosscut, "The impact of white spaces on Black identity" by Carla Bell

            KING5 Evening Magazine, "An artistic answer to a rude question" by Saint Bryan

            CityArts, "Lisa Myers Bulmash and 'Saint Felicia' at NAAM" by Margo Vansynghel

            Real Change News, "Mixed media artist Lisa Myers Bulmash cuts and pastes each statement" by Lisa Edge

2016    Vanguard Seattle, "The Witching Power: Pop & Protest in Occult Art and Fashion" by Sarra Scherb

             Kent TV21 (city arts channel), "Art at Centennial - Summer Exhibit 2016" featured artist

2015    A World of Artist Journal Pages, Dawn DeVries Sokol (curator), Stewart Tabori & Chang

             Real Change News, "A Matter of Black" by Rianna Hidalgo

2014    Seattle Times, "Onyx artists celebrated at NW African American Museum" by Nancy Worssam 

            Queen Anne & Magnolia News, “Local artists taking center stage at Bumbershoot” by Sarah Wyatt

2011    Destination Creativity: The Life-Altering Journey of the Art Retreat, North Light Books

2010    Mixed-Media Dollhouses: Techniques and Ideas for Doll-size Assemblages, Quarry Books

    Everett Herald, “Sultan Library… Dolled Up”

2009   Good Mail Day: A Primer for Making Eye-Popping Postal Art, Quarry Books

           Collaborative Art Journals and Shared Visions in Mixed Media, Quarry Books

   Edmonds Beacon, “Local artist chosen for postal art book,” by Pat Ratliff


2015    "StencilGirl Guest Designer Lisa Myers Bulmash,", March 19 and April 27

2012    “The Week As Art”: online calendar series for