Crazy Horse

Caroline Camden Lewis.  Crazy Horse.  Acrylic, watercolor and nails on canvas. 24″ x 36.”  (2013).  SOLD. Kind of fun.  Kind of crazy.  A little bit wild.  No need to tame her–just let her run free.  For the shards and rips of this wild horse can become the very pieces which make her…art.

Soul Shelter

Caroline Camden Lewis.  Soul Shelter.  Acrylic on canvas. 18″ x 24.”  (2013).  $500 USD–SOLD A secret garden of the soul wherein vulnerabilities are shielded from the harshness of winter storms.  Creams, greens and browns mix in this wooded shelter.  A perpetual spring, a place of rest.

It’s Raining Happy!

Caroline Camden Lewis.  It’s Raining Happy!  Watercolor on paper.  5.5″ x 8.5.”  (2012).  $75 USD–SOLD What is it raining today?  Drops of peace or mists of love?  Clouds of color curling in the distance, raining drops of joy over a field of hope.  Maybe this is what every day should be.  Or maybe it already […]

Rip Tide

Caroline Camden Lewis.  “Rip Tide.”  Acrylic on canvas. (2013).  SOLD A monochromatic display of blues evoking the beauty of the coastal rip tide, and an enchanting sea gull who whisps in and out of it.

Water Mark

Caroline Camden Lewis.  Water Mark.  Acrylic on canvas.  8 x 8 inches.    $125 USD Waves crash against the pier and recede.  Crash and recede.  Crash and recede.  What is left from nature’s leaving and returning?  A mark.  A water mark: showing what has been and what will be again.


Caroline Camden Lewis.  L’Chaim.  Acrylic on canvas. 48″ x 72″ (4ft x 6ft).  (2013).  SOLD to private collector Taken from the Hebrew word for “to life,” L’Chaim paints the story of human experience: Rich in color, raw in texture, enigmatically fascinating, surprisingly humorous.  Appearing fractured, but at a second glance, found complete.  It paints an  epic […]


Caroline Camden Lewis.  L’Orange.  Acrylic on canvas panel.  11″ x 14.” (2013).  SOLD to private collector. Set against a bright orange sky comes an enchanted forest of flora and fauna, shapes and strokes.  A tropical paradise or an abstract vision of jubilance?  Or perhaps both?

Surf & Turf

Caroline Camden Lewis.  Surf & Turf.  Acrylic on canvas.  20″ x 20″ $650 USD, comes framed  SOLD to private collector The golden hues of sand at dusk mix with the ultramarine waters of ocean tide.  Earth meets water.  Terra meets mare.  Surf meets turf.

Outskirts of Paris, September Evening

Caroline Camden Lewis.  Outskirts of Paris, September Evening.  Acrylic on canvas.  24″ x 36.”  (2013).  $550 USD The sound.  The motion gently rocks my tired body.  The train.  Then eyes opened.  A view.  Fresh and new–nothing like I’d seen before.  The shimmering sunlight kissing the tips of every flower.  Lake afternoon, dusk.  I stare into the […]

Violet Skyline

Caroline Camden Lewis.  Violet Skyline.  Watercolor on paper.  5.5″ x 8.5.”  (2012).  $100 USD A hazy skyline, a busy city, and one color to unify them all. This piece explores texture, stroke, nuances of color and the gradients formed from a monochromatic color study.  

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