"Lotto Icons" {A Global Perspective}

by Earl B. Lewis

Friday October 7th 5-8 p.m.


Art Inspired by Literature

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Friday November 4th

"Lotto Icons" {A Global Perspective}

by Earl B. Lewis

Friday October 7th 5-8 p.m.
Trip Park

After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Trip Park first worked as an Art Director with ad agencies in Chicago and New York, where he is originally from.  Commissioning some of his favorite illustrators for work with his agencies inspired Trip to explore his own creative side.  He began his artistic journey as an illustrator, working on a number of children's books and developing characters for animated features and commercials.  Over the years as his skills increased and his voice as an artist became more defined, he took the leap into fine art.

The acrylic paintings Park creates reflect his many inspirations, often featuring contemporary, brightly colored, paint-splattered landscapes and animals that manage to tread a line between true-to-life and whimsical.  “I think the point with every painting is to find the inherent drama in each thing I paint and then bring that out in an impactful way.”  Today you can find Trip in his North Carolina studio creating large mixed media works or visiting Kiawah Island searching for his next inspiration.

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Wells Gallery • Historic Charleston • 125 Meeting Street off Queen • Charleston, SC 29401 • 843.853.3233

Wells Gallery • Kiawah Island • One Sanctuary Beach Drive • Kiawah Island, SC 29455 • 843.576.1290


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