What a great series of photos! It's so cool getting a glimpse of what happens in your studio, your process which seems so organic and filled with energy. Thank you.
Lisa, Thank you for your tireless efforts and your amazing posts.... ...Don't know where you get your strength ...actually, maybe I do.... I know your family is an insperation that is strong.... I wish you well, and I will follow your journal ...Hangin in Colorado..... ...67-67...
This photo really illustrates something that i noticed a while ago (being so familiar with your work, heh), that many of the characters in your sculpture have an uncanny resemblance to you. i can't really articulate it very well, past a dreamy expression in the face, and there is a resemblance in the shape of the lips and eyes... and at times, the shape of the face itself, though i think your sculptures are slightly more round or heart-shaped in the face. But when i first saw the photo you posted, i knew i'd have to compare it to your work, sooooooooooo.......Lisa-Scultpure Montage.Whaddayathink????
My, my..... I can see what you mean, Ravyn. I used to think that it was quite interesting that many artists choose/chose to do self-portraits during their careers...Now I see that All the creations in art are Self-Portraits.....Heh.
To Jordan's Mom: What??? Yes, and all my dreams are about me....
Actually the more I look at this photo the more you look familiar to me...you know that crazy feeling that you knew someone in elementary school? But I'm pretty sure that's not the case...so it's probably more of what Ravyn brought up which is the similarity of your face with the faces in your work.
Hi Lisa,This is Jordan from the infamous duo: Jordan and Jordan's Mom. Just started watching your blog and am liking it more by the post. One thing, do you, like our friend Neil, enjoy the ingestion of sushi?Just curious.Moi.
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