The Late Terry Lewitzka
Terry studied at the South Australian School of Art and also under the late John Goodchild and Reg Hicks who studied at and presented the Melbourne School of Art "Tonal Impressionism" techniques to his students in Adelaide during the 60's in Adelaide during the 60's. More recently the Dutch Den Haage School, and artists of the late 1800's and early 1900's have had a profound effect on Terry's work. During formal training Terry Lewitzka travelled widely, visiting European Galleries and meeting artists from various countries.
He won many art prizes over the years and had many one man exhibitions as well as exhibiting in combined exhibitions. Works by Terry have been published on calendars and in books and magazines. He was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal South Australian Society of Arts in 1982. As an Associate of the Advertising Institute of Australia, he operated his own business, as a commercial artist, from 1984 until 1994.
From 2001, Terrycontinued to be an Honorary Member of the Rotary Club of Victor Harbor. Terry was a particularly skilled in "plein air." Hetaught in SA, NSW, QLD, Tasmania and Western Australia.