Lisa grew to be a visual artist alongside her own children, following what they were learning in school (through Waldorf education), then making mixed media and collage pieces from what they discarded.

She uses all forms of recycled and found media in collage or assemblage, then crops small portions from larger works in order to illustrate her Resonant Truth offerings. She has also fallen in love with the dark room distortion effects of Instagram, and those photo images decorate her daily Tzolkin posts.

In yoga there is a term, drishti, to describe the point of focus one gazes on while practicing the asana poses. Lisa likens her art splashes to drishti: it is somewhere material to place a soft gaze, while your deeper intention is to connect to the divine forces above and below as they pass through you.