Lewis S.

"My lodgings were down a lane behind St Mark's square. In the wee hours, I got up, and took my equipment down to the square. It was the time of the December floods, so the walkway tables were all about, a useful surface on which to work. A few Indian cleaners shuffled past in the chilly air. Some young policemen came to watch me, no doubt to guard the sacred traditions of Italian art. As the work neared completion, two tipsy traveller’s stumbled into view."

Lewis is a painter and sculptor from Sydney and has exhibited at State and Regional galleries in NSW. Painting and working on watercolor studies while travelling throughout Australia, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, some of his varied work experience includes the Yellow House, Tin Sheds, Airspace and Julian Ashtons Art School.