In the Brain of the Creator: Lisa Rippee Introduction

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5 Responses to “In the Brain of the Creator: Lisa Rippee Introduction”

  1. Angie Garren Says:

    Lisa, Lisa, if the creators of the universe had ever meant for you to make round beads, they would never have also graced the world with KilRoys and Mick Jaggers! Reading your story makes me so happy for you to have found the right place. That feeling is just tremendous, isn’t it? Beautiful asymmetry and quirkiness work so well together when they come from your torch 🙂

  2. lisarippee Says:

    Thanks so much, Angie. And I must give credit where credit is due. The Mick mouth pictured above was Angie’s suggestion!! He may never have been born without her inspiration and encouragement. You’re the best, Ang!! Now show us what you can do with that new big boy torch of yours!! I can’t wait to see what comes out! 🙂

  3. Sondra Monteil Says:

    Love the article on Lisa – that crazy and extremely talented right brain thinker. Yes, Lisa, you truly have found your place in the world. And with the place that you have found, you are creating a more beautiful, interesting, and a little “wackier” place for the rest of us! love you girl! Sondra Monteil

  4. Rocki Says:

    I ‘met’ Lisa via Etsy and instantly fell in love with her work – so much that I blogged about her AND bought one of her Sculptural Glass Vessels that I wear proudly… and love the reactions I get from others that can’t seem to take their eyes off of it!
    Keep it up girl – you rock!
    ☼ Rocki

  5. Martha Cervantes Says:

    Your bio is as interesting and honest as your work. The creativity of the mouth pieces to the beauty of the Mother Earth Glass Pendant demonstrates your INHERANT ability to be creative and diverse. It’s nice to hear that the “hounds have been released” in your life and that you are finding your way to a happier, more create world. The journey has been long and challenging but it always seem to be that way for those who are destine to create beauty with their mind, hands and heart. Love your work… keep it up girl.


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