An Exhibition of Evolving Art by Marshall Lewis and Robert Roemisch
Marshall Lewis, Award Wining Painting & Architect
As an architect and a painter, my art takes on an architectural order or imagery and I'm able to create "architectural illusions."
The Architect is attuned to seeing form, texture and composition within the urban landscape.
The Artist can combine these elements of form and texture with rich colors and create and rearrange them into a concept of fantasy and a search for poetic possibilities.
Art and Architecture - Both concepts are designed to elevate the soul and enrich the quality of life.
Every viewing, well contemplated, opens up a new capacity of mind, and viewing them becomes an event.
The paintings are oils on wood panels with the wood grain exposed in areas to become part of the composition. Sculptural elements of mixed media protrude in low relief to forma bond between painting and sculpture.
Robert Roemisch, Master Craftsman & Sculptor
Robert is a true modern day renaissance man. His artwork stems from his love of diversity, nature and life. His art is supported by the technical expertise he has spent a lifetime developing.
Robert grew up on a 500 acre farm in Ohio where he established a love for the outdoors and a firm foundation for his work. He started his professional career in the construction industry in 1985 and started his own company in 2000.
Always having a love to create new things naturally led him to start making art. He works with wood, metal, bronze and oil paints to create flowing, upward moving and thought provoking images of sculpture and paintings.
His true passion lies in the creative process.
"I like to think way outside the box. I never like to do the same thing twice, so I let every project speak to me in an individual way. Some require wood, some steel, some paint, some rock. Each Piece speaks to me differently."