Lisa Shinault is a multidisciplinary figurative painter whose surrealist artwork includes oil with mixed media on manipulated sewn canvas, ceramic tile, mosaic, reverse glass painted collage, and three dimensional interactive shaped wood panel paintings. She goes by Lisa, but refers to her art and often herself as LiShinault (a portmanteau of her full name). LiShinault has cultivated a style of work that showcases sublime female figures and animals with a surreal twist. Her artworks as well as several commissions grace the walls of many private collections. She has worked as a designer and painter for custom ceramic tile muralists and decorative arts companies. King and Spalding, LLP, include her works in their collection as does ARTSATL writer Jerry Cullum. LiShinault is a 2019 fellow of Hambidge Residency for the Creative Arts and Sciences. She received a grant from the Judith Alexander Foundation in 2020. Atlanta public radio station WABE 90.1 FM featured her in an interview for “City Lights with Lois Reitzes: Speaking of the Arts” in 2021. LiShinault currently designs, experiments, and creates at her home studio in Decatur, GA.