JD Lewis is now exhibiting in the following venues

"If you are thinking about buying a JD Lewis Giclees and wish to see an actual custom framed print, please visit the following exhibition venues" --


The Gallery At Walnut Place – Richard Summers, Owner
413 Walnut St., Harrisburg PA 17101
Telephone:  717-233-0487
E-mail:  summersinpa@comcast.net

Current Prints On Display Within The Gallery At Walnut Place
"The following framed and matted prints are available for purchase"

Field Mouse In Deer Skull
Blind Spots, "A Visual Simulation Of Retinitis Pigmentosa

Up & Coming
- Past Events


Past Events:

JD Lewis
John Lewis with his original wildlife Giclees prints during a
"Meet The Artist" reception within Wildwood's Olewine Nature
Center, April 27, 2008.


On April 27, 2008, JD Lewis was one of two featured guests in a "Meet The Artist" reception at Olewine Nature Center Wildwood Lake Sanctuary.  Also, featured in a "Meet The Author" reception in the same event, was journalist, Mark Stevens, promoting his new children’s book.  The "Meet The Artist/Author Reception" was part of the "Walk For Wildwood", Walk-Athon and "Ribbon Cutting Ceremony" for the new artist exhibit hall within the nature center.








2 Pieces Selected for exhibit in Shared Visions 2010 – 2011 Art Exhibit

In June 2011, “Lost At Sea and Old West Coyote” were selected for display in Shared Visions 2011-2012 Annual Art Exhibition.

Lost At Sea
Old West Coyote

The 7th Annual 2011-2012 Shared Visions Art Exhibit, Fullerton,  California will hold its opening reception on October 25, 2011.  The exhibit will be open to the public, during regular business hours at The Eye Care Center, from October 25, 2011 through mid-August 2012.

Each year, Shared Visions welcomes art submissions from blind/visually impaired artists from all over the world for consideration into the annual exhibit which begins in October and runs for an 11 month period.


Past Shared Visions Exhibitions


3  Pieces Selected for exhibit in Shared Visions 2010 – 2011 Art Exhibit

In June 2010, “Bowhunter’s Challenge, Springtime Cottontails and Treetop Flickers” were selected for display in Shared Visions 2010 -2010 Annual Art Exhibition.

Bowhunter’s Challenge
Springtime Cottontails
Treetop Flickers



Blind Spots – "A Visual Simulation Of RP Vision" Selected As Signature Piece:

On June 5, 2009, "Blind Spots - A Visual Simulation Of RP Vision" was selected to be the "signature piece" for the Shared Visions 2009-2010 Annual Art Exhibition.

Blind Spots had the distinction of being selected from 165 artwork submissions from blind/visually impaired artists worldwide and was the only piece to receive a perfect score, thus qualifying it as the "signature piece" for the 2009-2010 exhibit.

The judging panel included two Art Professors from Cal State Fullerton, one Art Professor from Irvine Valley College, one Art Gallery Director from Orange Coast College and the Arts & Crafts director from Braille Institute, Orange County, California.

Arlene Kaye, (SCM SCMD, Director Of Marketing),explains, “Criteria taken into account in the selection process included use of color, technique, creativity and most significantly, this piece truly illustrates what our Shared Visions program is all about.  It was the best representation of what Low Vision patients experience…”

Blind Spots, (A Visual Simulation Of RP Vision)

About To Strike, "Underwater Largemouth Bass" Selected For Exhibit:

Also selected on June 5, 2009 was About To Strike, "Underwater Largemouth Bass" to be on display within the 2009-2010 Shared Visions Exhibit.

About To Strike, (Underwater Largemouth Bass)


Portrait Of A Cheetah Selected For Exhibit:

In June 2008, "Portrait Of A Cheetah" was selected as 1 of 51 artists and 90 pieces of artwork to be displayed within the 4th annual "Shared Visions Art Exhibit", The Eye Care Center, Fullerton, California. 

Portrait Of A Cheetah

For more about Shared Visions Art Exhibit, within The Eye Care Center’s website, go to,

Shared Visions Contact Info:

The Eye Care Center
"Excellence in Patient Care, Clinical Education and Research" 
2575 Yorba Linda Boulevard
Fullerton, CA  92831-1699
Telephone:  714.992.7865
Fax:  714.992.7871 

It is not uncommon once you see a picture for real rather than just over the internet, that you get the desire to buy it. The work of J D Lewis may look great in a wide variety of places all over the world, you can imagine his work in a fancy loft office in New York or in a luxury blackpool hotel in the UK. Wherever it is, it always looks exquisite and will add character to any space.



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