STEVE LEWIS art exhibition, "Meta-Triptychs"
Organized by: Webervogel
Exhibition at : Karl-Heine-Str. 93b (Westwerk)
June 5 - 25, 2014
Opening Times: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM weekdays
Reception: June 21, 2014
Opening Times: 6:00-9:00 PM
In Leipzig, Germany on June 21, 2014 the Reception of "Meta-Triptychs" by Steve Lewis will be held at Webervogel from 6-9PM.
Steve Lewis, who was born and raised in Dividing Creek, New Jersey and now resides in Leipzig, has been invited to exhibit paintings during the grand opening of a new weaving factory in the art district of Leipzig, which was formerly known for the textile industry in East Germany. Lewis first moved to Leipzig in 1994 after graduating from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. He was under the tutorage of Judy Scull at Bridgeton High until he graduated in 1990 and studied oil painting with Elsie Donaghay in Cedarville as a child. The show opened on June 5 and runs until June 25.
Lewis had been invited to display his work after previously exhibiting three paintings in a 24 hour group exhibition in April called "Optimaler Schnitt." The paintings are the first of a series of what he is calling meta-triptychs. Each painted composition focuses on 3 visual elements or narratives within one scene. The paintings are planned in a manner whereby the viewer feels as though they are part of the environment or could easily imagine stepping into the scene – where they become part of the narrative for that moment and begin to contemplate what to do next.
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