Lisa Jetonne explores the nature of boundaries, thresholds, edges, divisions, and separations, through sculpture and installation. Typically these are filtered through principles drawn from the sciences, as well as from cultures of domestic craft and manual labor. Her work often incorporates fieldwork, research, and meticulous planning. She employs an array of art disciples and techniques. Lisa has been a resident artist at Cabrillo National Monument in San Diego, Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area in northern California, and Homestead National Monument in Nebraska. Her work has been exhibited at the California Museum, Keramic Museum Berlin, Art Hotel Sacramento, Bancroft Gardens, and Aquarium of the Pacific. In 2015, her installation Pickle was exhibited at Point Reyes National Seashore, a tour of galleries, and the California State Fair. Her art has received a University of California at Davis Consilience of Art & Science prize, a California Golden Bear, and a U.S. Forest Service prize.