Lisa Meyer’s work is influenced by her connection to the
landscape in which she lives, and is heavily informed by
nature. Her content is generally abstract and focuses on
evoking memories and emotions.
Meyer works in a variety of media: kiln-formed glass,
encaustic, metal and paint. Using diverse techniques, which
require heat and time to transform the media from the
ordinary into the meaningful, satisfies her need to create with richness and complexity.
Meyer creates from her private studio in the Texas Hill
Country. She makes her home along Cibolo Creek with her
husband and an evolving menagerie of rescued animals. In
her spare time, she tends her garden and enjoys traveling