Where Paint Goes: The art that affected my life and the life that affected my art

Author: Larry Lewis


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The historical account of my life as an artist: written in a way that reflects the idea, “art mirrors life and life mirrors art.” I use a subtitle for the book: “The art that affected my life and the life that affected my art.” I am a fifty-year veteran of working in the creative industry, accomplishing and/or holding the titles of – fine artist, painter, sculptor, illustrator, designer, graphic designer, conceptual promotional designer, art director, creative director, under graduate advertising arts instructor, private post-secondary college administrator, mentor and more. This book is written in conversational style.

Born, 1953, in Martinez, California. I was recognized as being a creative at an early age and addressed my life accordingly to this date. I began to work at illustration and painting at the age of sixteen and was represented by my first gallery prior to graduating high school. At the age of nineteen I was painting as well as offering art instruction via civic instructional classes. In my fifty years of working in the art industry, my work has been exhibited all around the United States, Canada, Mexico, China, Germany, and the UK. To date my work is represented in Los Angeles, China, and Las Vegas. I write this book not to tell the story of my life, but to offer the reader insight into the life of an artist.

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Black & White

Pages: 238 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Biography

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