Lewis Cisle is a complex artist whose artistic expression has both depth and range. His subjects reflect the contrasts of a small industrial town with the rural beauty of Southwestern Ohio, where he was born and raised. Equally important to his art are his boyhood experiences growing up in a world at war. His beautiful wildlife paintings and the delightful paintings of his own dogs are in striking contrast to other works, such as Man Mending the Moon, When I Was a Boy the World Was at War and Unleashing the Dogs of War.
More about his work can be found here.