Kaleidoscopes are Lisa’s current obsession. She loves the way different elements come together to form a completely new idea. Her three-dimensional collages resemble kaleidoscopes, the original slices of material transform and become something new, almost resembling life forms. These multi layered pieces are all painstakingly hand cut using optical surgery scissors and knives.
Lisa takes inspiration from many sources – folk stories, pop art, victoriana, circus, biology, horror, entomology, curiosity cabinets, sci fi, pop culture, psychiatry, psychedelia, geometry, the grotesque and the surreal. Lisa has exhibited in shows at the RWA, Spike Island and Bruton Art Factory and has made work for Bestival and Glastonbury Festivals.
Greetings cards, Giclee prints and affordable home decor items are available alongside Lisa’s contemporary art works.