|Group of Columbines|
Lisa places color into her pieces thoughtfully, sometimes over the whole work and sometimes sparingly, to tell more of a story about the piece. She uses a water-soluble ink and needs brushes that hold their shape for both mixing her color and applying it. One of her favorite brushes is Black Gold, because it keeps it's integrity, and the hairs stay together when applying fluid to a smaller area. Part of Lisa's exquisite work is the fine detail she is able to accomplish, and in that, the right tools make all the difference.
Lisa's work will be in several upcoming exhibits next year and she will be the artist in residence at the Studios of Key West in March 2016, teaching a workshop on scratch art using Scratchbord on March 14th. You can keep up with Lisa's busy exhibition schedule on her website: Lisagoesling.com.
For more brush information, check out the Dynasty Brush website.