As a fun ‘recess’ kind of side project, I find old, sad and dejected furniture and lamps and recycle them into fun, happy pieces. Rather than have them tossed out and wasted, it’s a great way to up-cycle previously loved pieces that no longer have their old charm, but still have a lot of potential. No two are ever the same; each piece seems to call for its own colors and style. Some of the pieces here are available for purchase, some only here as examples of my past work. I am always on the lookout for additional unloved cool pieces to paint and I do love custom orders. Feel free to message me to set up arrangements to have something cool made for your home or office. ...Read More
My paintings have taken many different twists and turns over the years–from large-scale airbrushed photo realism painted in the studio, to small plein-air (“in the open air”–painted outside, on location). Light with the tricks it plays, the reflections and refractions in glass and reflective surfaces, are favorite subjects of mine. Nature, with its ever changing personalities, also tugs at my heartstrings and demands its own time and space in my paintings. Commissioned pieces are always welcome; feel free to contact me if you would like me to paint something for you....Read More
This grouping is a collection of creations that don’t really fit anywhere else. It’s toasters, lamps, guitars, pretty much anything that will sit still long enough for me to put a dot, stripe or some color on it. Painting these things is sort of my “recess.” It’s just plain fun and silliness; I don’t take it too seriously. Some of the pieces here are available for purchase, some only here as examples of my past work. Custom orders are always welcome. Give me a shout if you have something in mind....Read More
Murals are both a challenge and a fun experience to do. Each one is different in many ways. Some are on a nice, smooth wall; some are on rough stucco or concrete block. With some I have to lay on the floor to paint, and for others I’ve been known to strap on a pair of drywall stilts and stomp around dragging an air hose for my airbrush. Nonetheless, they are always a welcome addition to my artistic portfolio....Read More
An online portfolio of the artwork of Lisa Frick
Lisa Frick has been an active participant, patron and student of art as long as she can remember. From as early as grade school she had dreams of opening a retail shop while she was creating macramé plant hangers and free-form fiber sculptures. Throughout high school, she could be found in the art department working on murals for the prom, pottery or drawing.