Ellen Lewis,  an Atlanta artist, has been honing her creative skills as a fine artist since her first paid art job in 1986 as a calligrapher. She graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 1992 with a BFA in 3D Design and Illustration (w/a minor in Graphic Design). The desire to make ideas come to life is the basis of her thought process. Her 3D work has been viewed in package design, 1996 Olympic events, movies, television, high-end holiday decor, Broadway, residential construction and more. Some of Lewis’ noted interactive Fine Art 3D work has been on display on MTV, The New York Art Directors Club, and The Whitney Museum of American Art in NYC. Ellen’s evolution from 3D to 2D allowed her to incorporate her production talent and skill to create images in a 3D fashion on a 2D surface. As her mother was losing her battle to cancer in 2005, Lewis was inspired to create two-dimensionally. Thankfully, her mother saw her work before she passed. From then on, 2D has been her focus. “I visualize in raw, vibrant color. Color is my driving force. Color can instigate just about every emotion”.