After studying Fashion Design, Lisa worked mainly in communication and photo styling. She has always had a great interest in wire construction, primitive art, contemporary art and interior decoration. Touch, contact with the textile material and the work of creation is essential for her.
It was by missing a test of a macrame curtain that he came up with the idea of creating a decorative object. It is at this key moment that everything becomes obvious to Lisa Thevenon. Her creation and production process is as follows: she ties the rope with knots in sinuous shapes. Her work is spontaneous, she does not draw shapes upstream but soaks up the moment to let the unexpected come true.
"I allow my mind to move beyond fabrication, absorbing ideas and roaming freely. Language using my own technique."
Lisa's textile creations demonstrate meticulous work with natural and sober materials for the main part and brighter threads for the central column. The use of the main material of linen, cotton or hemp brings a raw style while the addition of synthetic thread brings a precious and delicate touch. Unique and original sculptures are born, with simple shapes to draw the eye to sinuous lines and bring emotion and style to its interior.
These textile sculptures are unique, produced to measure, handcrafted in France. She also works with interior architects, decorators, but also individuals