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Ellen Lewis Art Collections

Shop for artwork from Ellen Lewis based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Artwork by Ellen Lewis

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About Ellen Lewis

Ellen Lewis Lewis is currently sold at: Raiford Gallery in Roswell, GA and Marty Mason Collected Home in Atlanta, GA. Lewis’s three-dimensional work has been included in group exhibitions at New York’s Art Director’s Club, The Whitney Museum of American Art and The School of Visual Arts where she received a Bachelors of Fine Arts in three-dimensional design and illustration. Her interpretive sculpture of scientific studies of the earth’s core was featured in a nationally traveling exhibition before joining the permanent collection of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University. In 1995, Mademoiselle Magazine commissioned Lewis to create a three-dimensional display for the International Shoe Show, Las Vegas, Nevada. Lewis has over twenty years of commercial experience bringing people’s visions and concepts to life as a designer, sculptor, calligrapher, scenic painter, special effects engineer, prop stylist, carpenter and set dresser for music videos, movies, television commercials, Broadway shows, high-end holiday and store displays and more. In 2005, she founded her freelance business as a commercial and residential color consultant, muralist, and faux finish specialist. Lewis, resides in Sandy Springs, GA and spends approximately three months a year in her hometown and a family cabin in the metropolitan New York City area. In addition to her visual arts interests, Lewis is a swing dance instructor and dance competitor. The paintings on view are a major departure for the artist. For the first time she is presenting highly personal works -- visions of her own. “People’s reactions to my new paintings are extreme and diverse. Some feel they are melancholy while others get a sense of serenity or excitement,” says Lewis. The shift in artist’s creative interests stemmed from a family tragedy. “In February 2005, I had a gut feeling and bought a canvas and started painting despite the fact that I hadn’t created a work on canvas ever before,” says the artist. “Shortly thereafter I learned that my mother’s four-year cancer battle had turned for the worst.” Linda Lewis’s steadfast encouragement and enthusiasm for her daughter’s artistic pursuits inspired this phase of exploration in two-dimensional media. “My mother was always the one encouraging me to try new things…the one that wanted to see the work I made in class. She loved art and museums and always wanted me to make a special painting for her. The first time I picked up a pencil, she new I would go to art school. Shortly before she passed I presented her ‘Blue Serenity,’ one of my recent works. I credit my mother with my lifelong creative inspiration and dedicate this show to her.” When Lewis is not painting she is coaching and playing volleyball and dance. She also loves to travel.