© 2019 by SIP AND SHOT US LLC 

Starting again today I will Fear less and hope more, Eat less but chew more, start Whining less and breathe more, Talk less but say so much more.

Lisa Jones

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A passionate Community Activist, Army Veteran and self taught artist who has created such collections as Wood Illusion, Life and Shattered Glass Collection is widely recognized for her unique ability to capture emotions through her art. She is innovative with her use of materials and ability to manipulate light, shadow, and space to create the illusory effect of her artwork lifting off the canvas, glass, or wood.

 

Lisa has had the privilege of opening for icons such as Stevie Wonder and her art is currently being featured in various universities and celebrity homes however, she remains most humbled from being Commissioned by the Pentagon to produce a commemorative piece called "Honor" in honor of those who lost their lives in the 9/11 tragedy. Today, "Honor" still hangs in The Pentagon.

 

Lisa considers her style to be an eclectic mix of expressionism and realism with multi-layered images that often project a three-dimensional quality

 

 

COMMUNITY

The journey of becoming an avid supporter of both domestic violence victims as well as community programs geared towards youth development, has created a determination to help raise awareness and to recognize the importance of volunteering.

CURRENT AND PAST PARTNERS & BENEFICIARIES 

Youth, Domestic Violence Victims & Survivors, 2017 Washington National Park-Fans three session appreciation event, Men of Code, Becky’s Fund, Mobile Hope, Ballou High School, Friendship Collegiate Academy, Walter Johnson High School, RFK Human Rights Org, Life Pieces to Masterpieces, MAYA Foundation, Inc, Habitat and Humanity, DC Martin Luther King Memorial Project, Hoop Dreams, Greater Washington Area Chapter Women Bar Association, wvsarts

MOMENTS

- Commissioned by the Pentagon to produce a commemorative piece called "Honor" in honor of those who lost their lives in the 9/11 tragedy. Today, "Honor" still hangs in The Pentagon.