Lidia Kenig Scher is an award-winning mixed media artist and transformational catalyst. Her works are installed in the homes and businesses of successful entrepreneurs, many of whom claim that the art emits a vibration capable of positively affecting their lives and the interiors where the art is installed.
Kenig Scher earned an MSAE degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and a MFA diploma in Sculpture and Higher Education from the National School of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, Argentina. An experienced and respected teacher, Lidia was the Curriculum Facilitator for the first Arts Magnet School in Lowell, MA, later adjunct professor in art education at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell, MA, and the art director for the Acton, MA and Acton Boxborough Regional Schools, followed by a 28 year career as the owner and principal designer of L.A.S Associates, an interior and architectural firm dedicated to creating optimal commercial and residential interiors guided by Feng Shui principles.
Lidia’s Feng Shui credentials were earned as a 17-year disciple of the late HH Professor Lin Yun, Rinpoche and a certificate of Advanced Feng Shui Studies from China Studies, Nevada City, CA and Shanghai, China. She is the author of several articles on Feng Shui and art education and, from time to time, provides Feng Shui knowledge seminars for corporate clients and home owners. Most often, she creates beautiful sacred art, some are commissioned to be hung above the front door of a home or business. She named these works, Door Protectors because her clients observed that the art installation coincides with enhanced livelihood for those who live or work in the space.
Lidia Kenig Scher also teaches her brand of “painting from the heart”, resting on the breath or her knowledge and considerable experience, augmented by over 35 years of intense spiritual work with teachers such as Thich Nhat Hanh, Anthony Robbins, Ihaleakala Hew Len, and many others. One of her students stated that, “Lidia is the true inspiration to us all and we are so lucky to have her as our instructor and mentor but mostly as our friend.”