|Tyrone Lewis||Biography: Tyrone Lewis began his first endeavors in the visual arts by portrayals of the landscape. Over the years, he has identified himself with various imagery and varied venues, yet always coming back to the landscape and it’s forms. It’s attraction, says Tyrone, is that regardless of conditions, it is always in perfect harmony.
Tyrone's wonderful use of color and light, faithfully represent the ever-changing landscapes of the American horizon. Traveling throughout the United States, he faithfully brings life to his canvases, freezing in time the beauty of nature. With an understanding drawn from the roots of his childhood, molded with appreciation of art and nature, he has matured to become a serious, dedicated, fine artist of significance.
Desiring to pursue an artistic career, he graduated with a B.F.A. degree from the Memphis College of Arts. His favored medium is oil on canvas, panel or paper.
Tyrone has been featured in several regional juried shows, including the 2002 and 2003 International Contemporary Masters of Fine Art – Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, and is amongst the top 100 “Arts for the Parks” 2003 exhibition, premiering in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. His work has appeared in various publications, as well as corporate and private collections internationally. He is represented by galleries in New Mexico, Texas, Arkansas, and through private California, Louisiana, and Arkansas consultants.
Country: USA Galleries: Taylor’s Contemporaena Gallery; Hot Springs, AR
Dearing Gallery; Taos, NM
Gallery Central; Hot Springs, Arkansas
New Fisher Gallery; Albuquerque, New Mexico
Benson Fine Art; San Patricio, New Mexico
Paxton-McCall Gallery; Sante Fe, New Mexico
Wiford-Vogt Fine Art; Sante Fe, New Mexico
Gallery Art Space; Dallas, Texas
Also Represented by Private Consultants
Juried Show: 2002 and 2003, International Contemporary Masters of Fine Art – Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio, Texas
Juried Show: Alumni Exhibition – Memphis College of Arts; Memphis, TN
Two Man Show – Taylor’s Contemporaena Gallery; Hot Springs, AR
Delta Art Exhibition 2003 - Arkansas Art Center; Little Rock, AR
Featured Artist – New Fisher Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Featured Artist – Taos Fall Art Season – Dearing Fine Arts, Taos, New Mexico
Featured Artist - Gallery Central - Hot Springs, AR
Top 100, 2003 "Arts for the Park" Exhibition. Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Media: oil Style: other, realistic; impressionistic Subjects: landscapes and nature, still life, light and color|