Lisa Stone focuses on the documentation and preservation of artists’ environments, museums, and collections. She has been involved in the preservation of artist-built environments since 1981. Working with Don Howlett, of Preservation Services, Inc., she has written preservation plans and managed site preservation projects for art environments and other sites. She has a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she was curator of the Roger Brown Study Collection and Senior Lecturer in the department of Art History, Theory, and Criticism. She’s co-author of Sacred Spaces & Other Places: A Guide to the Grottos & Sculptural Environments of the Upper Midwest (with Jim Zanzi, SAIC Press, 1993), and lectures and writes widely on the subjects of environment builders, placemakers, and non-mainstream artists. She served on the board of trustees of SPACES from 2007 to 2019. She lives in Spring Lake, Wisconsin, where she works on a garden/ruin in spring, summer, and fall.