Through a moment of revelatory self-recognition, a dormant visual language that permeates the everyday, seeks links among the detritus of a life we don’t really understand. In this enigmatic detritus I hope to capture dissimilar elements of the real and the abstract; blurring the line between snapshot and painting.
My work often reflects the juxtaposition of humankind and nature. With curious observation bringing a fresh, personal perspective to the work.
With her photography, Lisa tries to exaggerate and underscore the ordinary while standing up and punching convention and reality smack in the jaw. In her spare time, Lisa pushes through graduate school, interns as a psychotherapist in Berkeley, and dreams of one day drawing a perfect circle with her Etch A Sketch.