Lisa Salsbury has always had a love for arts and crafts. She began making beaded jewelry, then wire and metal work and then metal clay, to which she became addicted. She now works primarily in metal clay (silver, copper and bronze).
Lisa is a largely self-taught artist, but has been fortunate enough to study under some very talented and wonderful metal clay artists, including Donna Penoyer, Patrik Kusek, Chris Darway, and Tim McCreight. Lisa received PMC Certification through RioGrande in March of 2009.
Lisa also works as Database Manager/Graphic Designer at Schoodic Arts for All. Prior to working for Schoodic Arts for All, Lisa sold her jewelry under the name Willow and Me Jewelry. Lisa continues to teach classes in beginner and intermediate metal clay through Schoodic Arts for All.
While metal clay and enameling will always be her first love, Lisa also dabbles in many other areas, and loves to learn new techniques and media. Other than metal clay, her favorite art forms are watercolor painting and hand-lettering. She often uses both techniques to make greeting cards.
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