North Shore Volunteer Spotlight: Jack Lewitz
Jack Lewitz joined the North Shore studio as a volunteer in May of this year. He is a real estate broker with a master’s degree in social work and several years of experience volunteering for other non-profits. In the studio, Jack is a lively facilitator who approaches and assists each artist with the same level of enthusiasm. Despite being a newer face in our studio, Lewitz inspires community by exchanging ideas and looking for new ways to connect the studio with the larger arts community. We’re so glad that he is a part of our studio community and can’t wait to get to know him better! Enjoy an interview with studio artist Hector Jones and Jack Lewitz.
Hector Jones: How did you hear about the Arts of Life?
Jack Lewitz: I heard about you guys at the Evanston Art Center during their Christmas show.
HJ: What do you like most about the Arts of Life?
JL: I’m a people person so I like the people. I like the personalities of the folks here and observing the art that they’re doing.
HJ: What do you like most about being in the studio environment?
JL: I like working with everyone who’s here. They inspire me. When I leave here, all I talk about is my day here!
HJ: Are you an artist and if so what kinds of art do you do?
JL: I paint. I’m an amateur. I dabble in multiple mediums. Maybe my next medium will be paper mâché !
HJ: Do you have a favorite artist?
JL: Picasso and Archibald Moltley. I also like Haitian art.
HJ: What do you do when you are not at the Arts of Life?
JL: I play tennis and go on walks with my dog.
HJ: What do you hope to learn here?
JL: I hope to learn more about art, evolve as a person, and learn more from other artists that are here.