Upholstered Kachina Teapot: Upholstered Kachina Teapot came together as a result of playing with shapes. It just happened. The fun continued, the title came early on, and a flow of ideas brought the complete structure into focus...sort of like gazing at the red rocks and finding the fanciful figures covering them. —Lisa Bacon
The Well-Fed Woman: As people walk by The Well-Fed Woman, my hope is that they will have a feeling for the structure. We play so much with the concept of body, mind and spirit. My only intent is to show how serious I am to reach that mysterious balance...that illusive space. I have experienced being a child, an adolescent and a woman...yet, there is so much more out there waiting to be explored. —Lisa Bacon
Kachina Washday: I never tire of housekeeping, and often reflect upon the washdays of my childhood. As this sculpture revealed itself, the abstract shapes dictated the Kachina spirit of a different kind of washday. —Lisa Bacon
Lisa was very close friends with local Sedona Artist and Sculptor, Liam Herbert and his wife Sylvia. Lisa made Liam's Valet as a tribute to him and his artwork (especially his whimsical one of a kind mixed medium coin banks). After she had her mastectomy, Liam gifted Lisa with a sculpture entitled "One" which represented the emotional journey that a couple experiences when breast cancer touches their lives. To see Liam's sculpture and visit his website, CLICK HERE.