i won best of show today in an art exhibit in lincoln park.Read More
Today we’d like to introduce you to Lewis Lain.
Lewis, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
Ten years ago, I found a discarded window pane in the alley. I decided to use it as a diversion from other creative endeavors and took it home to use as a canvas. When I placed it on a makeshift-easel (my cat’s favorite chair), the cat jumped up behind it, not wanting to be left-out of perceived fun. I stared at him, entertained by his poking about in the corner.
in 2013, i was approached by roby duncan with a story about a group of enchanted stuffed animals who protect their unaware owner from nightmares while he searches for his lost brother. roby had been developing the story for some time and the foreseeable arc had me convinced i could find some satisfaction in cutting my illustration skills on his story.Read More
for the last nine years, i have been fortunate to have the opportunity to participate in the rogers park artists of the wall festival. each year, the loyola park council organizes a neighborhood event in which over 100 individual murals are installed on the bench at pratt beach.Read More
establishing what we know to find-out what we don’t.Read More
on saturday, i was called to paint.Read More
something opened-up in me last week. i can see a path that makes sense in a way i haven't seen in the past.
while this was occurring, i sold a painting.Read More