I am working on a really exciting project this fall – a sculptural installation in a storefront on Commercial Street in Bellingham, planned for December 6th through January 17th. The piece is called “Lights & Shadows” and here is how … Continue reading →

I modelled the forms out of cheesecloth pieces dipped in liquid stiffening medium and laid over a chicken wire armature. The figure hanging horizontally was over 7 feet long!  I let the top half dry, turned it over to do … Continue reading →


Hello Everyone! Since our last post about Francie’s tentatively titled sculpture, “Love and Death,” Francie has altered it quite significantly! Check it out below.     Lisa

April’s Earth Day Festival gave me the opportunity to create a sculptural installation at the Federal Building in Bellingham. I think of the 3 R’s of dealing with our waste stream: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Apparently the Federal government “reduced” by … Continue reading →

This is the month of valentines and of love, so I am going to report on a wonderful new development in my creative process, due to Love itself! I came to Bellingham, WA, three years ago from the San Francisco … Continue reading →

Many of you have commented on my small piece “Two Dancers and a Score for Soaring,” so I decided to write about it. I made it for Bellingham City Hall’s Small Works Exhibit, showcasing sculptures less than 22” x 22”x … Continue reading →