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  • Hello and welcome to my all new Portal Collection, now available as both original paintings and prints. Created using high-frequency...

    Hello and welcome to my all new Portal Collection, now available as both original paintings and prints.

    Created using high-frequency paints from Switzerland, it's my intention to create works that make your home look more colourful and energized, whilst also making you feel more joyful and uplifted.

     

     

     

    Lisa Sharpe

  • Art to lift your spirits, The New Portal Collection

    Art to lift your spirits

    The New Portal Collection

    High vibrational-artist Lisa Sharpe’s uplifting artworks are about bringing more colour and good energy into our lives: from the use of her high-frequency paints in her original paintings to her public art installations with uplifting messages.

     

    Her vibrant works in the Portal Collection are statement pieces that not only make your home look more beautiful, but also make you feel more joyful and uplifted.

     
    to see the full portal collection click here
  • Only the finest ingredients...

    Only the finest ingredients...

    Lisa only uses non-toxic, high frequency paints charged with highly structured frequency waves obtained from plants, precious stones, metals and minerals. Made by hand in Switzerland, without added solvents or animal products, these pure highly pigmented water-based paints are environmentally friendly and all water used in production is returned back into the environment pure and clean.

     

    Her circular gesso panels are handmade in the UK from sustainable poplar wood with a warp free aluminium subframe. 

     

    For her works on paper, she uses the finest cotton paper with a minimum 65% recycled content, by Arches who have been making paper in the same mill in Vosges, France since 1492  

     

    Her vibrant giclee are printed on eco-friendly sustainable fine art bamboo paper: printed & framed by hand in the UK.

  • A Billion Hugs featured on the BBC

    This summer, a fleet of 25 Red Routemaster buses became Lisa Sharpe's canvas: throughout July, August & September: "A Billion Hugs" became Britain's first mobile public art installation focusing on mental wellness, uplifting lives as it moved through the streets of London.