Artworks
Granite resin and paint on concrete
15 ft diameter on a 20 ft concrete circle
2018
granite resin on concrete
36 feet in diameter
2015
soy stain on existing concrete aggregate tiles
22 ft diameter
2007
acrylic and latex paint on canvas
20 ft x 20 ft
2013
turf
42 ft diameter
2002
soy stain on existing concrete roof tiles
22 ft diameter
2012
ceramics and glaze
2012
granite resin on concrete
36 ft diameter
2013
cork flooring
15 ft diameter
2009
multi-colored floor tape
15 ft diameter installation in place for one month long artist show entitled "Circling Justice: Conflict Resolution and the Arts"
2016
acrylic and latex on canvas
24 ft octagon
2013
granite resin on concrete
36 feet in diameter
2015
soy stain on concrete
36 ft diameter
2012
granite resin on concrete roof tiles
22 feet diameter
2014
acrylic paint on supplex fabric
10 ft by 10 ft square
2013

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  • Maple Grove Central Park is a 40 acre urban park in a growing community northwest of the Minnesota Twin Cities. The labyrinth installation is located in the formal garden area. It is surrounded by a sitting wall that causes an echo when one standsĀ at the center of the labyrinth. The labyrinth pattern is unique in that it can be used as an individual meditation path as well as a partner walk. The latter process is described on a sign near the entrance. Two persons can walk the labyrinth side-by-…
  • A roftop space created for the benefitĀ of employees, clients and guests of the 2200 Butts Office Buidling in Boca Raton. The space includes leisure seating, patio bar, putting green and a 22 foot meditation labyrinth created by Lisa Gidlow Moriarty. The labyrinth design is a medieval style with 6 circuits.
  • Partner Stroll design by Lisa Gidlow Moriarty can be used as a typical labyrinth walk, but has a unique feature to allow two persons to walk side-by-side on adjacent paths throughout the entire design. This installation also has an echo in the center. The labyrinth is a feature of the formal garden area in a 40-acre urban park in Maple Grove, Minnesota, a beautiful city northwest of Minneapolis.
  • This 6-circuit medieval style meditation labyrinth was installed as a feature in the staff patio area of a newly constructed inpatient psychiatric hospital serving children and adolescents. The labyrinth is intended to offer a space of respite and solace for staff as they take a break from the stress and chalenges of the workday.
  • This petite, portable labyrinth was commissioned by a therapist in Australia who works with families bereaved by suicide. This is the second commission for this client. The first was a similar labyrinth, but on a heavier-weight canvas material. The client desired a second, lightweight labyrinth that she could use for international travel. Her logo is made from turquoise dots, so the labyrinth was specifically designed to be complementary. The labyrinth is hand painted on a 10 ft square of nylon …
  • The Benedictine Center- Innsbruck is located in New Brighton, MN. The stained concrete labryinth I created there was a part of a larger installation of rehabilitation activities that includes comteplative spaces as well as activity-based stations. This labyrinth was specifically designed for use with wheelchairs, walkers and other assistance devices. The labyrinth was stained onto an integrated-colored concrete circle. The stain is soy-based and the design includes the Benedicatine cross logo an…
  • This 24 foot canvas portable labyrinth was commissioned by Chilton Hospital in Pompton Plains, NJ. It was made specifically for use in the beautiful hospital chapel.
  • The Elsie O. Mitchell Meditation Sanctuary is a IIDA Northland Chapter FAB design award winning space at the Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina, MN. The labyrinth, desgned by Lisa Gidlow Moriarty, is made of cork flooring in two colors. It is one of several elements in this sacred space devoted to healing and rest. Other elements include a prayer wall, fire and water features. Opened in 2009 and available 24/7.
  • This installation involved the placement of a 7-circuit medieval labyrinth design onto newly installed, rose colored concrete pad as a part of an extensive garden design at the assisted care center of Friendship Vilalge of Shcaumburg, IL. Site to Place, Inc. designed the entire space, reserving a 36-ft diameter circle for the labyrinth installation. The labyrinth pattern was installed using a royal blue crushed granite stone product. The paths are wide to ease interaction with the design by resi…
  • Creating ceramic labyrinths for personal use is a spiritual practice of gently molding the clay, working [i]with[/i] the material and forming a meditative pattern that is smooth, flowing and can be used with closed eyes to enhance the contemplative experience. This piece uses the triple spiral symbol that is associated with Ireland and the Celtic tradition. Labyrinths are one path designs, follow the path into a central point and the same path back out again.