Lisa’s ceramics fall into the category of "maolica” or tin-glazed earthernware. All her work is hand painted on to the raw white glaze, the piece is then glaze fired. This technique was used all over Europe and was called different names wherever it was produced, such as Delft ware in Holland, Maolica in Spain and Portugal and Faence in France. Lisa uses a variety of painting techniques using wax resist and scaffitto.
Her recent work has been concerned with reviving the status of "floral” decoration in ceramics. It’s floral with a modern twist, however, with an emphasis on wild plants. She tries to convey the thorniness and invasiveness of plants, a walk in the country not in the park.