Louis St. Lewis
The award winning mixed media artworks of noted artist Louis St. Lewis are included in several notable museum collections, including, The Ogden Museum for Southern Art (A Smithsonian affiliate and the only museum in the world dedicated to the collection and promotion of Southern artists), The New Orleans Museum of Art, The Morris Museum of Southern Art, The Masur Museum of Art, The Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Carolina, The Danville Museum of Fine Art & History and the Wellington B. Gray Gallery of Eastern Carolina University. He has been praised by legendary artists Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana and Judy Chicago. Celebrity clients include HRH The Prince of Kuwait, Christian Lacroix, Danielle Steele, Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey and VOGUE Editor at Large Andre Leon Talley, who refers to Louis St.Lewis as “artistic sable in a world filled with rabbit”.
Equally adept at painting, collage and assemblage, St.Lewis utilizes mythology, religion and Regency era portraiture as inspiration for his eclectic creations. New Orleans Gambit Weekly art critic D. Eric Brookhardt calls Louis’ artworks “an uncanny mix of Sex, Glamour and Antiquity. St.Lewis melds surrealist mystery with the pop pulsations of alternative rock”. The International art magazine ARTPAPERS calls St.Lewis “One of the most talented artists to arise from that mosscovered Gothic chrysalis called the South.” The artist, who maintains studios in North Carolina and New Orleans is available for consultations and welcomes private commissions.