ABOUT the Artist

My views on the creative process

“How do you select what to wear for your day? A little dash of this and that and you have now created a color palette that you wear. Others can see images in the clouds or in the beads of oil in a puddle after the rain. However you view your world, everyone is effected by the creativity around them.

I believe that by allowing my own creative process to unfold organically is the foundation of how I have developed my art work up until today. I react emotionally to my visual surroundings in my minds eye first using my intuition and my souls spirit for guidance.  Detailed sketches and photographs help me get familiar with my subject. I am drawn to the abstract designs, high contrasts and the color recipes in nature. Once back in my studio, I respond to the spontaneous splash of translucent washes of watercolors or big fresh juicy layers of oils and color until I find a design that emotionally pleases me. Some of my work stays in its original state of watercolor, while others are worked into rich layers of oil to ink, collaged handmade papers, and a variety of mixed mediums add volume and texture until it feels complete in how I envisioned it in my mind’s eye. My goal as an artist is to evoke a feeling that touches the heart and soul of the viewer that it transcends them into another dimension of inner thought and healing” Lisa Fazio


Giving Back

Over the years Lisa has been a part of many worldwide and local organization’s donating her time and talent for the benefit of others. Countless radio and tv shows, art demonstrations, art shows in galleries and state wide museums, proclamations and dedications even earning her a key to her town from her local senator have been made in her honor for the hours of volunteer work and services,

Lisa has been acknowledged for her animal rescue efforts, designing parks for children, environmental development designs, dedication for 9/11 victims, a bereavement camp for children, painted endless murals for the benefits of children, donated many pieces of art for local and state wide organizations, and documented for over 6 years traffic safety for children resulting in permanent action. Her philosophy is not only to see something and say something but to lead by example and give back by taking action and do something about it!