About

  • Love and high vibrational energy are at the core of everything I create, I want my art to ‘do something’...

    Love and high vibrational energy are at the core of everything I create, I want my art to ‘do something’  to move beyond the purely decorative, I don’t paint in order to fill a gap on someone’s wall, I paint in order to add more love and good energy into people’s lives: to open up conversations around feeling good emotionally, physically and vibrationally.

    Lisa Sharpe is a high frequency artist whose artistic practice is about creating and expressing uplifting emotions, energy and good vibrations through the medium of paint: to ultimately make what's not physical, physical. 

     

    Her paints are charged with bio-information, adding extra vibrancy and depth to her work: scientific studies have shown how water stores information and these highly pigmented water based-paints are charged with highly structured frequency waves obtained from plants, precious stones, metals and minerals.

  • Having been involved in the world of Art & Design for over three decades as a silk shoe designer, art...

    Commission by Stella Artois and Tatler Magazine. Photograph by Terry O'Neill

    By the age of 25,  she had become an award winning silk shoe designer: designing for the British Royal Family, European Royalty, celebrities and major fashion houses.

     

    Having been involved in the world of Art & Design for over three decades as a silk shoe designer, art dealer, curator and practising artist,  Sharpe's natural affinity with art in all its various guises informs much of her work.  Fusing the physical and non-physical is a constant theme throughout her work - continually exploring ways to expanded her knowledge of Quantum Physics and vibrational frequencies in order to keep her work dynamic and meaningful.  Love, connection and good-feeling energy are the foundational basis for all her work.

    "My artistic practice is about connecting to an energy within me and creating a partnership with paint: I am not trying to harness it and make it represent something in the physical world, in fact what I am trying to do is breathe life into it, so that it becomes vibrantly alive: and it is this expression of vitality, aliveness and energy, which I hope, is sensed and felt by the viewer."

    Sharpe's works are in private collections globally including the UK, UAE, USA, Canada, France, Greece, Switzerland and Singapore.