Lisa Breznak

Fired clay, acrylic paint and varnish, 22k gold leaf

4.5 x 3.25 x 2.25 inches


Peekskill, NY

Working most often in palm-sized miniatures, playing with the power of scale, and referencing history, body language, architecture, costume, ritual, and nature, I anthropomorphize abstract forms.


June: new green, return of golden light.  Seasonal beginnings of new growth, blossoms seduce honeybees to pollinate bumper crops; in young humans, blossoming as coming of age, with awkward displays of beauty as one learns to plan for the specie’s longevity.