ABOUT

  • Lisa Sharpe is a high-vibrational artist whose artistic practice is about creating and expressing uplifting emotions, energy and good vibrations:...

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


    Emotions have been a constant theme throughout her work, starting with her 3D word paintings in 2013/2014, to her bottle sculpture works which represent us as 'vessels' of emotions, leading to her current Portal Painting series where the bands of colours represent good-feeling emotions.

     

    "I see my portal paintings as doorways to transcend the every day, taking us to another place, a place where we take time to stop and reflect, to decide how we want to feel… It's like the painting becomes our emotional vision board and the bands of colour represent good feeling emotions, and we get to decide what those emotions are: love, joy, inner peace, harmony, flow, alignment…and by giving focus and attention to the sort of vibrational energy and feelings that light us up, we automatically attract more of it into our lives.”

  • Fusing the physical and non-physical is a constant theme throughout her work - continually exploring ways to expand her knowledge...

    Transcendence 2021

    Fusing the physical and non-physical is a constant theme throughout her work - continually exploring ways to expand her knowledge of Quantum Physics and vibrational frequencies in order to keep her work dynamic and meaningful.  

     

    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 feels vibrantly alive: and it is this expression of good-feeling emotions and high vibrational energy, which I hope, is sensed and felt by the viewer."

     

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

  • The Story behind my art, There is a deeper meaning to the work I create.

    The Story behind my art

    There is a deeper meaning to the work I create.

    It is born out of a deep belief that we are all here to shine brightly, to be the very best version of ourselves and that’s what my work is all about: from my public art installations on the sides of buses, to my works with uplifting messages on them – I want to remind people that they matter, to keep believing in themselves and their dreams.

     

    The catalyst for me becoming a high-vibrational artist was certainly unusual: I’d been signed off work due to burnout and as I left the gallery where I worked for the last time, a big red double decker bus drove past advertising a horror movie and immediately I felt its low, dark, negative energy and thought: “How depressing!  Wouldn’t it be so much nicer to see something more uplifting, something more joyful, something like 'I Believe in You'  to remind people to believe in themselves, something that might just stop someone from taking their own life today…”

     

    It was in that moment that I vowed to put out a happier, more uplifting form of energy into the world. 

  • I held that vision in my heart for the longest time... It took me on a life-changing journey of learning...

    I held that vision in my heart for the longest time...

     

    It took me on a life-changing journey of learning how to feel happier and more aligned, how to find a place of inner peace: I learnt about meditation, the power of gratitude, Quantum Physics, Universal Laws and most importantly how the Law of Vibration relates to us in our daily lives and that's why all my work focuses on high vibrational energy and good feeling emotions.

     

    Last summer over 16 years later, I finally realised that vision with the launch of ‘A Billion Hugs’ - Britain’s first mobile public art installation focusing on mental wellness - they could be seen all over London throughout July, August and September 2022.

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