Drawing, Mixed Media, Painting

John Lewis, Isaac

About the artist
Isaac John Lewis, painter from Cuba, his work is a tribute to 2 of the most enduring cuban legacies: its music and its architecture, his work show the beauty of decaying Havana, and music through jazz musicians, musical instruments, some paintings are just about jazz, specialy his jazz through glass series, they look like stain glass, others showing the old colorful walls, others a combination of both, but always you'll get a look at Cuba. The 2012 Crawl series, was the first try to paint about Canadian scenery, it was a look at beautiful Vancouver, through old and broken, but charming Cuban windows: " Vancouver Through Cuban Windows". The series for the 2013 Crawl was "8 Jazz Love Songs" a visual tribute to some of the most beautiful standards of jazz songs; to their composers and performers. The 2014 series was called " Inspiring Walls" here Isaac presented a completely new work, almost abstract, 9 acrylic paintings showing details of old walls in Havana. The 2015 series was named Postcards from VanCuba Isaac was back to show the beauty of the colours of the old walls and houses, this time from Old Havana and the busy images of some of the alleys on East Side Vancouver This year Isaac is presenting Jazzscape, a dreamed music city based on images from Havana and Vancouver, the main piece is a mural o canvas 10' by 5.5, with music elements.
Map Code: D3
1000 Parker St.
Vancouver , BC
Studio #430