Landscape and portrait artist
Lisa was born in Stockport, Greater Manchester, but grew up in Ontario, Canada.
She returned to the UK in 2000, moving to Hastings to get married and start a family.
While her work is rooted in traditional representation, she is drawn to the underlying patterns in nature. In this series of paintings of Pett Level and Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, it is the horizontal lines that exist in the land and water that are subsequently echoed in the skies and wind turbines, that interest her.
She draws much of her inspiration from the East Sussex landscape. From the marshland of Rye Harbour and its subtle yet rich earth tones with expansive clouds above, to the luminous wind turbines that disrupt the horizontal flow of the skyline in Pett Level.