With a background as a Paralegal for 20 years, Lisa began collecting beads in 1999 as a way to escape from the stressors of her career. In February 2002 her husband, Steve purchased a beginning beadmaking class with Bonnie Blincoe as a Valentine’s Day present. She's enjoyed beadmaking ever since.

She is a member of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers and a juried member of the Louisville Artisans’ Guild. Her beads and finished jewelry are showing at the following locations:

  • Louisville, KY
    • Gallery Janjobe
    • Glassworks
    • Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft Gallery
    • Les Filles Boutique

  • LaGrange, KY
    • Gallery 104

  • New Albany, IN
    • The Gallery on Pearl
Lisa says, "Creating with glass is a very personal experience. I work primarily with soft glass (Moretti) from Murano, Italy. The color palette available in that glass is endless. Working with fire appeals to the thrill seeker in me – it makes me feel more alive! Glass satisfies my inquisitive side with its many nuances and chemical reactions while feeding my creative side with it’s eye-catching colors and infinite forms. I thrive on the challenge of translating what is in my head into something solid, something that can actually be held in the palm of one’s hand. Texture is another passion of mine that keeps fascinating me by ways it influences how the glass presents itself to the world and its wearer."

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