She may be best known for her performance as the super-shallow Lisa Turtle on "Saved By The Bell," but 10 years later, Lark Voorhies' life has taken an artistic turn.
On an upcoming episode of VH1's "Miss U Much," Voorhies opened up about her love of painting, which she's been doing for three years.
"I was good right off the bat. The first one is of a tree, and it's beautiful!" she says in the clip above, obtained by Entertainment Tonight. "I just got inspired right away."
So where can you procure one of Voorhies' paintings? Nowhere, because she "keeps them all to [her]self." But if you're looking to see her whip out her acting skills again, she has another project in the works.
"I do have a feature film that I worked on. My first feature film that I wrote, executive produced and starred in. All that good stuff," she said.
"Miss U Much," a series that takes a look at where stars of the past few decades are now, is hosted by actress Catherine Reitman.
"There's one or two people where I think you'll go, 'Oh, that's what happened to them!'" Reitman said at the Television Critics Association summer press tour last year. "They laugh about some of their trauma from their past, some of the stalkers they experienced ... to share the details with some of us who were such extreme fans when they were at their peak is a real opportunity for them."
"Miss U Much" premieres on Fri., July 19 at 10 p.m. ET on VH1.