Lewis, Glenn

LEWIS, Glenn, artist (b 1935, Chemainus). He graduated from the Vancouver School of Art (see EMILY CARR INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN) in 1958 and after living in England for several years, where he studied pottery with Bernard Leach, he returned to BC and during the mid-1960s taught ceramics at UBC. One of the founders of INTERMEDIA and the WESTERN FRONT, he was a pioneer in the creation of artist-run spaces. A conceptual artist who sometimes worked under the nom d'art Flakey Rose Hip, Lewis made...

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