Lisa Bardot is an artist/creative maven/self-proclaimed-jack-of-all-trades-master-of-fun. Her mission in all her creative endeavors is to bring cheer, color, and playfulness into the lives of her customers and clients. She works in a number of creative fields including painting, illustration, photography, graphic design, printmaking, sewing, textiles, and more she’s probably forgetting right now. In her most recent work, she explores and promotes self-development and vulnerability through art.
And when she’s not making things, Lisa likes to indulge long romantic walks through IKEA, making up songs for her two kids, and dipping french fries in ice cream.
I received my first iPad as a gift from my husband after the birth of our first child in 2013. It did not take me long to discover the Procreate app and how fun and easy it was to draw on my iPad with a stylus. Fast forward to late 2015, when Apple announced the iPad Pro and the (I mean this in all seriousness) life-changing Apple Pencil. This combination of tools led to some major development in my career as an artist. Most importantly, it enabled me to incorporate daily art-making into my life again.