Arabella - - LISA WOLFIN -

within, dig­ging deep into the spir­i­tual world to life. Search­ing for that elu­sive di­a­mond in the rough to cut and pol­ish to re­veal its mas­ter­piece. Paint­ing gives her the free­dom to ex­plore the pow­ers of dis­cov­ery. Every medium dar­ing her to let loose with­out re­straint. Lisa says, “I love to paint, con­se­quently when I cre­ate, I feel the love. I have re­leased my mind and al­lowed my­self to re­ceive di­vine guid­ance. Lisa and her two daugh­ters and son all like to be cre­ative and make art which has turned the whole house into a work­ing stu­dio. When they go on va­ca­tions a sketch­book is al­ways packed to take along. Last sum­mer they re­moved some of the fur­ni­ture to make space for some large paint­ings and while the fur­ni­ture was out­side they de­cided to dump some paint on it also, talk about the walls match­ing the fur­ni­ture, and the car­pet, ooops… This is truly a cre­ative place to live and all medi­ums are ex­plored and ex­per­i­mented with. Lisa is in­spired by all artists. “There are so many dif­fer­ent ex­pres­sions that I won­der where their minds were at and what brought them to make that. So fas­ci­nat­ing re­ally, it is never end­ing. We travel to art fairs world­wide and I am amazed to see the cre­ativ­ity.” In her free time, that is if she has any, she is also the pro­ducer of Art Van­cou­ver and the Cu­ra­tor of Holly­burn Coun­try club.

above left, Path­way to a New World, 24” x 36” above right, A Breath of Fresh air, 48” x 72” right, The For­est Spirit, 24” x 36” fol­low­ing pages, left, The Gift of God, 36” x 48” right top, This is the Life, 48” x 36” right bot­tom left, Hal’s Road, 24” x 24” right bot­tom, For­ever Young, 36” x 48” all paint­ings are oil on wood panel

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