Nathan presented a lecture on Dante's influence on the arts at Amsterdam University College in the Netherlands in September. 

Dreams, Discord, and Desire: Nathan Lewis at OUMA.   A solo exhibition of Nathan's work is up at Oglethorpe University Museum of Art from September to December 5th.   Arts Atlanta has reviewed the show.

The Huffington Post interviewed me in relation to the show up at FLA Gallery. Many thanks to John Seed for reaching out and Fernando Alvarez for his contribution.  Interview HERE.


I'm happy to say I'll be working with a new gallery.  Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery has signed me on to their roster of artists.  My first solo show with them is March 14th. Here is a link to the gallery.


I will have 10-15 works in Doors of Perception.  A three person show at Six Summit Gallery in Ivoryton Connecticut.  Opening reception is Friday May 9th 6-9pm.  Looking forward to seeing the work along side that of Hollis Dunlap and Susan Stephenson. 


Here is the completed mural just before it was delivered to Sacred Heart University.  It is being unveiled today at 4pm in the new gallery at the Edgerton Theater.


The mural comission for Sacred Heart University has an unveiling day of September 26th.  Here is a studio pic of some of the progress.


The current issue of Art New England has reviewed A Life of Looking. 


I have a two person exhibition opening in April at Community College of Rhode Island Knight Campus in Warwick, just outside of Providence.  Fred Dalkey, the other artist exhibiting, is an amazing draughstman, close friend, and former professor of mine.  



I have the honor of teaching a two week intensive workshop in Civita Castellana, Italy as an affiliate faculty member for the Jerusalem Studio School. The workshop, From Sight to Vision-Translating Perception into Paint, will run from July 8th to the 22nd.    More info on the program may be found here.  I'd love for you to be a part of the program. This is in an area of Italy, just north of Rome where Corot painted, and the landscape possibilities are endless.   In addition to the daily painting, there will be weekly excursions throughout Italy to see art. 




On November 10th, I will be a panelist at Lyme Academy College of Art in a discussion on ways of making it in the art world today. 


Two Coats of Paint has posted an interview about my current work.



The Website Artist A Day has featured my work.  9/19/12


Book Keeper made a cameo appearance in the CT section of the New York Times. 9/16/12


The Hand that Finds, the Hand that Feeds, the Hand that Fails is an exhibition of my sketchbook drawings currently up at the Roger W. Rogers Gallery at Willamette University.  The show runs till December, 2012.  Essay viewable HERE.


Show in September at West Cove Studios


The July/August 2012 issue of Fine Art Connoisseur has an article on my work and current projects.  Article is under Heading "Current Masters-Artists Making Their Mark"  on page 77

Check the blog section to read.

I am the 2012 Goodman Banks Artist in Residence at Kingswood Oxford School in West Hartford. I have a solo show, "Irretrievable States" up in their gallery till the end of February. I gave a talk on my work to the school of 600 on Feb 3rd.


I have recently been nominated by the American Academy of Arts and Letters to be one of a number of other nominees possible to receive an art award and be part of an exhibition in NYC.

Nathan Lewis, July 2011 from Gorky's Granddaughter on Vimeo.

Here is a video of a recent studio visit. This was featured on the site Painters Table



Beautiful Decay posted some images of my work up on their site.  You can check it out here.


I have a show of work up at Mercy College in New York for the Spring semester.  The gallery is on the Dobbs Ferry campus, by the library.



I have work up at the Windsor Art Center from September 25th to November 6th.  I will be giving a lecture and tour on my work on Saturday, October 9th, at 1:30pm.  Directions


The Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism awarded a $2,500 Grant for my work in painting.  The university printed a small blurb about it below.


In April, West Cove Studios hosted a drawing exhibition, Line Dancing, curated by Stephen Kobasa.  This was the drawing of mine chosen for the show.  Read review here.




The November issue of New Haven magazine has a 3 page article on the work.  you can see it here


The Spring/Summer issue of Green Mountains review is out with the painting "I Fought the Law" on the cover.  The issue is titled the "shame and glory" issue.  Green Mountains Review Cover