Lisa became interested in jewelry design during her trips to Sedona, Arizona, which is known for spiritual experiences and healing energy vortexes. She would visit the numerous crystal shops and purchase gemstones to help with her physical ailments or emotional support on her spiritual journey.
She wanted to wear and show off her precious stones, not just carry them hidden in a pocket or in a pendant cage. She launched her first line in 2019 featuring gemstone accents which each have a theme.
Lisa incorporates symbols and Native American icons to enhance the meaning of each piece. The colors and textures of trees and sunsets appear in her designs, and she applies her favorite pastime of imagining pictures in clouds, to finding patterns and images in jaspers and agate.
Lisa has been published in national magazines, exhibited at the Sawtooth School of Visual Arts 2021 Metal Clay Artists Symposium, and received third place in the Healing Phoenix Lapidary Opal Design contest.
Each design is purposefully crafted to unite symbolism and healing stones to support wellness and spiritual journeys, and expresses a bold statement of colorful individuality.