"Inner Space" - This intelocking multi-cube line sculpture in copper with a white resin "egg" has various resting positions. Both a wall and table-top sculpture, this delicate and enigmatic work measures 14 x 19 x 29 cm.
An Untamed Bond, Part 2 of 5 of The Allegory of Atalanta, linocut, 2020. Edition of 6, printed on Arnhem 1618, 16 x 22 inches.
When Atalanta was born, her father had hoped for a boy and so he left her on a mountainside to die of exposure as was the practice with unwanted girls or disabled children. Artemis, in the form of a shebear, found her and suckled her. She was raised as one of Artemis’ huntresses.
Printed on the artist's ingenious home-made printing press (made of a car jack, melamine and oak). Created for her upcoming solo exhibition Untold Stories I once Wished Lost at the Karsh-Masson Gallery (re-scheduled for 2021).
Return to the Nest - Retour au nid From the 2022 solo public exhibition La Traverse at Galerie Le Rift in Ville-Marie, Québec (Temiskaming region) – (February-April 2022).
Ceramic and mixed media wall sculpture that hangs in straight descent or side-swooping orientations. Light in weight despite its large size, it can hang from the wall or, two-sided, from the ceiling. The carved and painted wood has paper-thin porcelain figures captured in the resin apertures that are painted with equal detail on both sides. The glossy surface magnifies the depth of the surface detail.
180 cm x 110 cm x 6 mm, 2022.
"Barn Swallows are the only species, other than bacteria and viruses, to have evolved alongside humans, taking the advantage of adapting to nest on human-made structures like barns and covered bridges and foraging for insects in open farm-land."
The rapid thawing of the arctic is revealing many new archeological finds. This work reflects upon the recently discovered prehistoric toothed arctic bird Tingmiatornis arctica which resembled a cormorant and was alive during the Cretaceous Period when the arctic had a semi-tropical climate.
In this work, we are presented at first-glance with an atmospheric scene of cormorants nest-building, bathing and flying. Smoke rising from the water and the hills make us think of mist or a forest fire; this leads us to notice the teeth of the birds and transports us back 90 million years to a time when Tingmiatornis arctica flew over the semi-tropical arctic waters and mountains, which could erupt at any moment.
This magnificent double-headed heron created for Lisa's solo exhibition at public gallery, Galerie Montcalm in Hull, can hang suspended from the ceiling or stand on the cedar base designed for it. Mixed medium with multi-fired porcelain; burned, pigmented and carved wood; and painted paper-based wings that have a glossy resin finish.
$5000 for the pedestal; $5800 on the sculpted pedestal.
90 x 140 x 150 cm, approx. 30 lbs., 2021. On the base, the upper beak reaches 8' in height.