Honshū

Caroline Camden Lewis.   Honshū.  Acrylic on canvas.  20″ x 24″ (5 panels of 8″ x 24″).  (2015).             $ 1075 Hidden in the heart of Japan lies a conifer forest called Honshū forest.  Pine trees speckle this land which is composed of 4,400 square miles of mountains on the largest […]

Venezia

Caroline Camden Lewis.   Venezia.  Acrylic on canvas.  18″ x 18″ (9 squares of 6″ x 6″).  (2016)           $ 520–SOLD “Venezia,” the Italian name for the city of Venice, has been an artistic inspiration for many of the world’s most beloved artists including Claude Monet, J.M.W. Turner and John Singer Sargent. […]

Cousteau Pacific

Caroline Camden Lewis.  Cousteau Pacific.  Acrylic and composition silver leaf on canvas.  12″ x 12″      $ 350–SOLD This piece is an homage to the late Jacques-Yves Cousteau (1910-1997), French naval officer, oceanographer, filmmaker, photographer, inventor, and co-developer of the Aqua-Lung, the precursor to modern scuba technology.  It imagines the first impressions of Cousteau’s Pacific marine […]

Cousteau Atlantic

Caroline Camden Lewis.  Cousteau Atlantic.  Acrylic and composition silver leaf on canvas. 12″ x 12″ $ 350–SOLD This piece is an homage to the late Jacques-Yves Cousteau (1910-1997), French naval officer, oceanographer, filmmaker, photographer, inventor, and co-developer of the Aqua-Lung, the precursor to modern scuba technology.  It imagines the first impressions of Cousteau’s Atlantic marine explorations, […]

L’Orange Été

Caroline Camden Lewis.  L’Orange: Été.  Acrylic on canvas.  20” x 20” SOLD-commission by private collector L’Orange: Été begins with a vibrant sunset, glowing textures of the fleeting moments of a late afternoon.  It is alive with waves of green and blue, fauna of pale greens and teals, flora of purple and white, white, white.  A […]

Mended Heart

Caroline Camden Lewis.  Mended Heart.  Acrylic on canvas.  36″ x 36.″                                       $ 2000–SOLD Our pilgrimage through life is not easy: oceans of sorrow, winds of change, broken hearts.  Yet in the midst of this, there is a Mender of Hearts, One who sews and stitches everything back together again…who makes all things beautiful in […]

While I Breathe, I Hope

Caroline Camden Lewis.  While I Breath, I Hope.  Acrylic on canvas.  30″ x 60.″  (2016).   $ 720–SOLD In the first century B.C., Roman orator and statesman, Marcus Tullius Cicero wrote these immortal words, dum spiro sparo, which means, “While I breathe, I hope.”  Exiled from his home and family due to a political change […]

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