"Fragments of the Great War"
Bill Lewis's artwork about WWI is ready for an audience--all he needs is a venue.
From the June, 2014 issue
Forty-six pieces--including ink drawings, watercolor and acrylic paintings, and collages--make up the collection. Lewis, ninety-six, says that four years ago he "went to work with serious vigor" to assemble the project and ensure it would be completed in time for the start of the WWI centennial. For Lewis, who is "interested in history as much as art," the work
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