Glenn Lewis

Glenn Lewis (b. 1935, Canada) graduated from the Vancouver School of Art (now Emily Carr University of Art + Design) in 1958. He also studied ceramics under Bernard Leach in St. Ives (Cornwall, England) (1961-1964). Lewis has worked in video, performance, film, ceramics, photography, sculpture, and writing. As one of the co-founders of the Western Front in Vancouver, Lewis initiated and administered the Video Program (1974-1976), curated the Performance Art Program (1977-1979), acted as arts administrator and program coordinator (1979-1987), initiated and coordinated the Computer-Integrated Media Program (1985-1987). In addition, he was head of the Media Arts Section of the Canada Council (1987-1990). He had solo exhibitions at Douglas Gallery, Vancouver Art Gallery, Belkin Satellite, Vancouver, Canada. Lewis lives and works in Vancouver.

Glenn Lewis

Mud Flats Storm Bay

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Mud Flats Storm Bay, 2017

Lighjet print and teabowl, woodfired stoneware

18.8 x 14.3 in and 4.5 x 7 in

Glenn Lewis

Burial Tree at Storm Bay

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Burial Tree at Storm Bay, 2017

Lighjet print and lidded jar, bird knob, woodfired stoneware

12.8 x 18.8 in and 4.7 x 7 in

Glenn Lewis

Looking North Storm Bay

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Looking North Storm Bay

Lighjet print and platter, woodfired stoneware

25 x 16.2 in and 8 x 23.2 in