“ Contrary to the stereotype of the brooding, inwardly focused artist, I seek genuine connection with others. As you may have guessed, “others” includes animals. I believe every person, and every creature, has a unique and fascinating story to tell. That’s why there is nothing formulaic about my one-of-a-kind Little Animals portraits.”
Her use of color combined with the serious faces and quirky costumes are so charming. I can't wait to see what she will do for the portrait of our long lost family dog, Chance.
Lisa also works with neon. She did a fabulous piece for WeMake's design initiative, Put a Bird In It. It was one of my favorites of the show.
Be sure to check out Lisa's work here and here, she has amazing prices for original art!