Detroit painter Richard Lewis’ solo art exhibition is now open. “Works In Progress” officially opened on Friday, August 13th at the Galerie Camille.
The art exhibit will be open until September 11, 2021. It features a collection of family stories and Richard’s favorite movie scenes.
“The show is called ‘Works in Progress’ because I usually consider my paintings ongoing. I never have drastic changes in my work, but a deepening understanding, or simply a different perspective, that comes from having worked on something over time. The subjects are the people I paint and are usually concerned with history, including family history, and politics.”Richard E. Lewis, Detroit Artist
DETAILS ON “WORKS IN PROGRESS” ART EXHIBTION
WHEN: August 13th through September 11th
TIME: Wednesday – Saturday 12 to 5 p.m.
WHERE: Galerie Camille — 4130 Cass Avenue, Suite C, Detroit, MI 48201
ABOUT DETROIT ARTIST RICHARD E. LEWIS
Richard E. Lewis was born in Detroit in 1966. An alumnus of Cass Technical high school, he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the College for Creative Studies and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Yale School of Art.
Shortly after graduating from Yale University, he moved to New York, where he was an artist-in-residence at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Lewis returned to Michigan in 2002 and taught art at universities and colleges across the Detroit metropolitan area. He received a Kresge Artist Fellowship in 2011.
GALERIE CAMILLE PRESENTS GC WALL
Galerie Camille also announces its new mural wall project called GC WALL. Every few months, there will be a new artist featured.
Detroit artist and musician Shelby Murphy kicks off GC WALL with her artwork “Sacred Imagination.” It will be on display until September 12, 2021.
All images are courtesy of Galerie Camille.
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