Lisa’s paintings explore themes of complexity, memory, and sensory experience through the subject of landscape. Her paintings challenge traditional ideas about time and place, and re-negotiate the concept of landscape to accommodate a broad definition that comprises multiple moments, multiple views, and abstracted perceptions. Her working methods are simple, yet meticulous, and utilize mediums that allow for transparency and layering to communicate spatial and temporal ideas. The result is a series of paintings that is rich, subtle, and defined by a sense of floating space.
Lisa lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area. She spends as much time as she can avoiding worldly responsibilities by painting, drawing, drinking tea, and listening to the radio in her studio.