#TBT: The Enduring Influence of Lisa Bonet

#TBT: The Enduring Influence of Lisa Bonet

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lisa kokin, jealous Curator blog with interview with Lisa explaining her work.

Found images, AND thread? Oh, be still my beating heart! by California based artist Lisa Kokin

Lisa Milroy

Lauren Coady: Artist: Lisa Milroy Black monoprint onto white and then placed onto cardboard

A little while ago I came across a class over at Creative Bug that really inspired me to get back into playing in my sketchbook! I was looking for a fun art project that my daughter and I could work on together and discovered Lisa Congdon’s wonderful Sketchbook Explorations courses. They have really inspired both of us to start playing in our sketchbooks, in fact my daughter has nearly filled hers with doodles, patterns and drawings over the past month!

Sketchbook Explorations

Sketchbook drawing and painting exercises from the Sketchbook Explorations course at Creative Bug. Drawings by Kate Hadfield.

Lisa Kokin | Buckaroo (detail) | incorporates text from Lost River Buckaroos, a cowboy novel from the 1930s

Lisa Kokin Buckaroo (detail) thread, book pages from Silent Spring, wire, 20 x 32 x 7 inches, 2011

Constellation, detail, Lisa Kokin | Sewn Found Photo Art

Found vintage photos sewn together into hanging tapestries by Lisa Kokin **Network/Connectivity**

This artist really does get under your skin making amazing art from anatomical cross-sections of the human body. Lisa Nilsson¿s Tissue Series, depicts anatomical cross sections, created from rolled PAPER. Lisas studio in an old laundry room and she actually makes boxes to contain her work made out of cherry wood and old glass, she covers the outside in Japanese silk book cloth.

Body tissue is a work of art

Lisa Nilsson - Female Torso, x x " Piece is made of Japanese mulberry paper and the gilded edges of old books using technique of rolling and shaping narrow strips of paper called quilling or paper filigree.

It’s mind blowing to see what artist Lisa Kellner is able to do with silk organza, thread, and various pigments. Her immense sculptures take the shape of varicolored cell structures and organ-like forms . . . and look almost as if they are floating weightlessly in fluid or underwater.

silk organza, thread, and various pigments. Her immense sculptures take the shape of varicolored cell structures and organ-like forms . and look almost as if they are floating weightlessly in fluid or underwater.

This has to be one of my favourite DIYs of all time. Geometric concrete planters by Lisa Comfort

Geometric concrete planters by Lisa Comfort

Love these glass tags!!    lisaandtom12 - http://festivalbrides.co.uk/page/4

What a a fun, simple idea for an outdoor wedding. Lisa and Tom’s Rainbow Themed Cowshed Festival Wedding - mismatched glasses

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