Stella Lillig’s latest acrylic and oil on canvas works are brightly colored abstractions anchored by geometric patterns evoking tunnels and infused with a slight graphic and Pop sensibility.

Lillig’s works are nuanced and varied, incorporating elements of an earthy and raw vision which includes allusions to the industrial world, popular culture and metaphysical states of being. The artist invented a unique way to paint using cement, acrylic, oil paint, images, words, numbers and binary code, with the result that each work is overflowing with emotionality and yet tamed to a classic and stylized presentation. Jewish-Colombian born, Lillig notes that her works are deeply influenced by her extensive travels. Baroque music is also an influence, lending a lyrical elegance to the works. Ultimately, Lillig maintains that her paintings are about the harmony and unity of the collective, and our connection to all things within the greater cosmos. 









Agora Gallery NYC






Midoma NYC 






The Highline Open Studios


The Highline Open Studios   2010 - 2019


Exhibitions 2004 – 2015 
Cosi, 700 6th Ave., New York, NY, 2015.
JDA 253 west 24th street New York, NY 2014
Agora Gallery New York, NY 2014 161 West 15th Street, New York, NY, Solo, 2009
Midoma Gallery, 439 East 75th Street, New York, NY, Solo, 2008
210 Fifth Ave., New York, NY, Solo, 2007 NY
Public Library, 23rd Street, New York, NY, Solo, 2007
Choux Factory, 23rd Street, New York, NY, Solo, 2007
Mona Lounge,886 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY, Solo, 2005 - 2006
Madame X, 94 East Houston, New York, NY, Solo, 2006 Chelsea Art Museum, New York, Group Show, 2005
Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York, NY, Group Show, 2004