The Electrician’s Daughter

My
very first Hollywood art purchase was a necklace I bought from Lisa Zomaro (the
Electrician’s Daughter) at PRL.

Lisa
is a master of re-claimed materials—bullet-shell casings, electrical copper
wire, mechanical components et al. Lisa often combines crystals, leather and
antlers (naturally shed of course) to her pieces creating a scintillating mélange.

Lisa
recently took the whole repurposing proposition to new heights as she was very
much instrumental in the relocation operation of displaced turtles at the Hillcrest
Golf Course.

The
artist spotted turtles desperately trying to crawl out of the construction
quagmire, got involved in the rescue and posted it on Facebook. Florida Fish
and Wild Life got involved and Channel Ten news quickly picked up the story
adding it to their feature on the constructions threat to Burrow Owls.

You
can drop in to PRL and see Lisa’s works (Tuesday and Fridays after 5pm) and
while you’re there you can toast her triumphant turtle operation!

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