The circular composition of the work “Melon Centric” is driven by a meditative approach to a mundane object, such as a piece of fruit. Although not directly indicated in the work, the exterior forces of nature are an important element of the thought process. The size and the negative spaces are meant to create a sense of discomfort in the viewer, as the other aspects give them feeling of relief and upliftment.
Lisha is currently reading her second year of B.F.A at the Minnesota State University, Minnesota. She has exhibited at the Art League Juried Invitational (2015) and the Annual Juried Exhibition (2014), both at Conkling Gallery, MNSU, Minnesota and at SAIC, Chicago (2014).