Box Set (2014) Cardboard, paper, acrylic, collage, found objects, lights 12 ft x 9 ft x 2 ft
In Box Set, Lisa focuses on the essence of The Art Neighborhood by creating an abstract, light relief sculpture about "Action". Best put into words by the great Ella Baker, "Give light and people will find their way."
MicroCommunity (2017) Cardboard, plastic, acrylic, video projector 8 ft x 6 ft
‘I am large, I contain multitudes.’-Walt Whitman, Song of Myself. We know and understand little about our microbial cells. Lisa dwells on this subject to explore the connection between body, bacteria, spirit and mind with a new series of video and sculptural pieces.
Girl Falling (2011) 96” x 62” Acrylic and Ink on Paper
Lisa explores the potential of ever growing paintings, she calls Living Paintings.
Using 8” x 10” matte paper, she paints details of cells and static, hinged from top of paper for installation, continually adding to create an image that can continue to grow and expose more of the image. Because of the unique way the work is installed, it moves with surrounding movement as if it is alive.
Section 106 Diorama (2014) Cardboard, acrylic, collage 48” x 48” x 24”
Section 106 Diorama is an Augmented Reality Participatory Sculpture based on the concept of using emergency shelters to create a building for an Art Fair. Lisa creates projections and QR coding for the diorama, to highlight the art that will be experienced in the spaces.
The Art Neighborhood (since 2009, ongoing) Cardboard, found objects, collage 24 ft x 12 ft x 6 ft (and growing…)
A diorama of a Shantytown, this large scale installation was created to grow and expand during exhibition. Bringing together artist and the community, each participant has an opportunity to be a part of the art work. Unity - Community - Art
Rhythm - the Book- Interior Detail (2014) Booklet printed on paper 8 1/2” x 11”, 26 pages.
Lisa has created Action Figures of each character and photographed in The Art Neighborhood diorama to illustrate the story. For all ages, comes “Rhythm” a monkey’s journey following his heart. Learn about the neighbors in The Art Neighborhood. Discover the magic of friendship.
AFK Action Figure Kit (since 2009- ongoing) Foam, wire, masking tape, gesso, found objects, plastic water bottle, paper. 8” x 2” x 2”
Lisa has created over 800 action figures for Action Figure Kits and Action Figure Workshops. She creates a base figure for participants to decorate and inspire “Action” for future communities. Over 500 people have donated their completed figure to be added to The Art Neighborhood diorama.