Sheryl Lewis


Nocturnal Wurundjeri I
OIL 70x81cm
Nocturnal Wurundjeri II
OIL 76x83cm
Bush Flora I
OIL 76x61cm
Bush Flora II
OIL 76x91cm
Forest Floor
OIL 122x91cm
Hill at St Andrews
OIL 100x100cm
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About Sheryl Lewis

Sheryl was born in Melbourne and studied a graduate diploma in Visual Arts at NMIT. Her multi-award winning work is represented in private and corporate collections throughout Australia, Japan and New York.

Among the judges of these awards were:- Geoffrey Smith, Senior Curator of Australian Art-National Gallery of Victoria; Maudie Palmer- Senior Melbourne Art Curator and Director of Tarrawarra Museum of Art;  Jon Dwyer, Director of Christies Fine Art Auctions;  Dr Celia Rosser OAM; Paul Fitzgerald AM, Dr John Gregory, Senior Lecturer, Theory of Art & Design, Monash University

Her most noted award was for the painting ‘Following the Landscape’, one of a series selected by Maudie Palmer for exhibition in the Nillumbik Art Prize. ‘Following the Landscape’ also won the ‘People’s Choice Award’.

In 2018 three works of outback Australia were acquired by Eltham College of Education.

Sheryl has been a featured artist at the Canterbury Art Exhibition at Canterbury Primary and has exhibited annually since 1997. In 2008 she won best painting small works which was judged by Dr John Gregory, Senior Lecturer of Theory of Art and Design at Monash University. In 2015 'Night Moves Lorne' won 3rd prize in the small works.

In producing contemporary Australian landscapes, Sheryl draws upon the topography of the land, then paints what she visualises as most significant. Her work is ever evolving along with the landscape that she paints.  The work of Fred Williams and Philip Wolfhagen  have had the biggest influence in her work.


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