Yuma Territorial Prison (2015)

Profile Painting By Leah Lewman

$400

This piece reflects a part of the history behind non-indigenous people migrating westward in the U.S. The building portrayed is a Spanish style mission church located several miles South of Tucson, AZ. The church was built in 1797 by foreign missionaries and is the oldest European-built structure in the region. It represents one of four types of structures that were first built by foreign settlers when colonization began: pubs, prisons, water towers and places of worship.

Leah Lewman is an artist whose current work focuses on the visual relationship between a viewer and a landscape when an architectural window separates the two. Lewman has exhibited her work in spaces across the country, including the 2012 National... MOREMore

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