150 Years of Frank Lloyd Wright by Kate Lewis
It was just a year ago when the All Star Press family met artist Kate Lewis, a Chicago local during the curation of a group exhibition at Maxwell Colette Gallery. Spellbound by an amazing 24X36 ink drawing of the Logan Square Theater, Lewis was soon invited to create a brand new series of work. Her pen and ink illustrations are visual tales of her travels and the places that inspire her. A believer that walls silently aborb the stories lived within them, Lewis states that much like people, buildings become products of their environment. Her attention to detail and visual romanticism of the buildings she illustrates, made a series celebrating this year’s 150-year anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural legacy- a perfect fit.
"It’s been impossible not to be moved by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. Living in Chicago these past 6 years and seeing how the city has influenced my style has been a nod towards the work he put in as one of the most recognized architects in history. The more familiar I become with his work the more I see his organic style bleeding into structures that inspire me all over town."
- Kate Lewis
All Star Press is proud to debut over 20 brand new original pen & ink drawings along with limited edition screen prints, in Kate Lewis’ first solo exhibition.
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