Lewis Bryden is a poet. He constructs studies of light and air and space... He communicates his own joy at being outside in nature and his sense that the world is a satisfying place to live... His landscapes are most remarkable for their feeling of harmony and serenity, and above all, for their unaffected naturalness. Lewis Bryden's paintings are showcased along with the country's greatest landscape painters, (Cole, Homer, Innes, Wyeth) in the books Paintings of New England and The Artist and the American Landscape. His signature Pioneer Valley landscapes have garnered national attention and can be found in the finest corporate and private collections in the United States. 

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Ruins and the Sea: Images of Greece
Lewis Bryden

On Exhibit: February 1 — 28, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, February 14 from 6 to 8pm


Acropolis
16" x 12"

Bougainvillea
16" x 12"

Delphi
16" x 12"

Heraklion
12" x 16"

Mykonos
12" x 16"

Nauplion
12" x 16"

Nemea
12" x 16"

Olympia
12" x 16"
Also on exhibit, new marble sculptures by Lewis Bryden.
       

Aqua Vitae Road
12" x 16"

From the River
18" x 24"

Quonecticot
30" x 24"

Peaceful Valley
20" x 30"

The Neighbors Yard
32" x 24"

Summer Reflections
18" x 24"

The Outlet in Fall
16" x 24"

Blaze Tree
24" x 20"

Early Summer Afternoon
14" x 20"

Summit Path
24" x 18"

Light, Calm
18" x 24"

In the Oxbow
24" x 36"

August River
25" x 30.5"

Autumn Redux
16" x 24"


Breeze Up
14" x 20"


Clouds
18" x 24"

Down to the River
24" x 18"

Early Autumn in New England
16" x 20"

Elwell Bend
20" x 30"

Evening Call
14" x 20"

Hadley Shoreline
18" x 24"

Morning's Calm
18" x 24"

Round Bales
16" x 24"

Rowers Passing
18" x 24"

Peaceful
18" x 24"

Picking Asparagus
20" x 29"

Two Man Shell
20" x 30"

Warner Pond October
18" x 24"
For the past 350 years the farmers of my town, Hadley—as farmers in all the Pioneer Valley—have waited impatiently each spring for the ground to thaw so they can plow their fields. Thus begins the most hectic and delightful time of year, a period I call the Growing Season. From the first seeds in the ground to the final harvest in the fall, there is an abundance of outdoor activity that unites us all across the centuries. But it is more than just a time for crops. There are also the home gardens and their gardeners, and the blossoming of the parks and forests. The river and the local lakes, too, become places of activity after being long neglected in the winter. Everything is growing, seemingly—even the people. This is my favorite time of year, and I wanted to celebrate it in paint.”
— Lewis Bryden

The Oxbow from Mt.Holyoke
24" x 36"

View of the Marina
24" x 48"

Eight AM
24" x 48"

Light and Calm
24" x 30"

October Hills
20" x 30"

The Bend
18" x 24"

Morning Calm River
24" x 30"

Hadley Shore
18" x 24"

The Growing Season
14" x 18"

Meandering the Shore
18" x 24"

Hayfield
14" x 20"

Wanczyk Nursery
18" x 24"

Broken Tree by the River
14.5" x 15.75"

Child's Park
16" x 14"

Valley from Mt. Holyoke
14" x 20"

The Bend at Rainbow Beach
13" x 26"
       

Sculpture


Caesar's Daughter
H16"

Dream in Stone
H16"

Response II
H16"

Nereid I
H22 "
 
Nereid II
H22"

Nereid III
H22"
 

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Solace II
bronze sculpture
H25" x W15" x D12"

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Response in Bronze
bronze sculpture
H22" x W14" x D8"

Le Rev
bronze sculpture
11" x 6"

Wet Hair
bronze sculpture
48"