Lisa Sisley-Blinn's artwork reflects an alliance between the hi-tech of digital imagery and mechanization, and the low-tech of printmaking and handmade materials. Studios 7 & 8 showcase a variety of series which marry these two worlds. Her encaustic work is a visual intersection of her passions: fine art and technology.Read More
How did you first get involved in art?
A confluence of two recent events: a heart opening following a significant period of meditation (through reading) and a purchase of a piece of street art. After the opening, I realized I had a mission and an opportunity, given my political science education, to use art as a vehicle to promote social change by capturing and presenting truths behind complex, critical socio-political issues of our time. After studying the street art, I realized the medium for presenting those truths should be spraypaint as it is a primary instrument of street artists and the “street” is most often and most severely deprived of social justice.Read More