Lewis, George

George Lewis started painting in the 1970s and for many years ran his own gallery on Newbury Street. He was very successful selling his paintings around the country and various cities around the world.  He dabbles with different materials but likes to work primarily in acrylics, and his style has changed over the years to be less bright and colorful. Lewis says his artwork is essentially abstract and has “kind of a mystical feeling where it’s a little hazy and quite a bit of depth.  I like to work with color and creating forms that appear to recede in the background or advance in the foreground.”

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George Lewis started painting in the 1970s and for many years ran his own gallery on Newbury Street. He was very successful selling his paintings around the country and various cities around the world.  He dabbles with different materials but likes to work primarily in acrylics, and his style has changed over the years to be less bright and colorful. Lewis says his artwork is essentially abstract and has “kind of a mystical feeling where it’s a little hazy and quite a bit of depth.  I like to work with color and creating forms that appear to recede in the background or advance in the foreground.”