Lisa M. Hamilton


Lisa Hamilton during her exhibition at Cerulean Arts

Organic forms, textures, and objects are the driving influence behind my art. My work is a conversation with natural objects and the process mediums of drawing, printmaking, and sculpture. I am intrigued by the inter-relationships that exist between nature and humanity. The objects and images I notice and respond to from nature best expresses, suggests and conveys emotional and cultural relationships meaningful to me. I find parallels and metaphors with the seemingly minute and un-important found in nature. My work enables me to explore the significance these things that are often over-looked and bring value and appreciation.
An important aspect of my working method is process. I enjoy variables and multiples. The process nature of printmaking and sculpture enables me to develop a conversation with the image. Although many of my images begin with preliminary drawings, the process creates a conversation that pushes and pulls the image throughout development.
Lisa Marie Hamilton Resume 



Dream of Solitude, encaustic, 7.5" x 12"  Available 


Just a Thought Traveling, intaglio print, 7" x 9"  Available 


Reflecting Pool, encaustic, 11.5" x 12"  Available 


Solace, monotype print, 9" x 10.25"  Available 


Transparent in the Mass, monotype, screen print, 12" x 12"  Available 


Loss of a Friend, intaglio, chine colle, screen print, 19" x 16"  SOLD  


Weed II After Bager, intaglio, chine colle, 17.5" x 14.5"  Available 


Dandelion, intaglio print, 17.5" x 14.5"  SOLD
 


Contemplation, oil on wood, 12" x 14"  SOLD