"Her work transcends continuality; engaging the moment and expressing with relentless and unforgiving motions. Energy and rawness are a huge focus, as well as the vibrant depiction of optimism and an ultimate realization of the beauty within the void." - from the Lisa Solberg site [HERE]
In these images, a lot of emotions seem to be applied into her work, the color choices even suggest this. Lisa is definitely an artist that works from emotion. Reading an interview [HERE] she not only works on a blank canvas when she feels it but she doesn't have an idea of what the outcome would be and with that emotion the outcome emerges beautifully.
Deriving her inspiration from around her studio and from outside her studio, although she says she needs "everything very clean and open in order to be so messy and expressive with my work."
Her work to me allows for inspiration, it allows inspiration for an outfit's color choices & print, print color ideas and even a full designer piece worth the runway. I believe that appreciating art is the first step to understanding it, understanding art allows the application of emotion and experience. The formula for creating a masterpiece. [a little self made quote I live by]
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