About

meTo tell the story of Lemus is like trying on a pair of old jeans. It fits perfectly. Each step along his journey has further authenticated his product with a new virtue to his persona, a new skill to his strokes and a new sense of identity to express.
     

German Lemus, not to be confused with the ethnicity of Germany. Is pronounced like Jermaine but to make it easier, these days he is going by Lemus. A moderate and humble soul, Lemus is an artist of strength and awareness also an inspiration to his community. Seeker of truth, an infallible finder of life, Lemus has learned that accepting one’s Artistry uplifts the soul and eliminates the weight to one self. Such an innate understanding of this truth can be the first most valuable virtue we should all be inspired to attain – dedication to one’s own consciousness.

 Originated from Honduras, to Miami, Clearwater, Lemus now calls Orlando home. Arriving to the US Lemus struggled with the English language but would soon find a way to figure it all out through Visual Art. Lemus solidifies his foundation to the arts from High School in Miami and gives credit of his work ethic from being enlisted in the Army. Comedic sketches of drill sergeants and superiors evolved into murals, paintings and t-shirt designs. This would replace physical training exercises immediately. 

 After serving the military, he became an art tutor in a program called “Soldiers to Scholars” where he fell in love with mentoring children. He later enrolled in community college where he had formal education in multimedia design and visual arts – attaining years of practical art skills in a condensed period of time. In college, he found the artistic style of Impressionism. At this point, Lemus absorbed the confidence he found in the 
Impressionist movement, combined it with the urban influence of his youth and furthered his technique. 

 Lemus is also 1 of 7 founding members of The B-Side Artists. “City kids turned young adult, dedicated to appreciating and expressing the beauty found amongst gum-covered sidewalks and sticker-adorned light posts, “said Lemus
 He has currently displayed in several local  events throughout Florida as well as in fine art galleries such as City Arts Factory (Orlando, FL) Artopia (Miami, FL) Cafe Tu Tu Tangos franchise, ‘More than sunshine’ collective and other exhibits throughout Central Florida. Now adding NV Art Bar to the to his list. 

A moderate and humble soul, Lemus is an artist of strength and awareness  and an inspiration to his community.  A seeker of truth, an infallible finder of life, Lemus has learned that accepting one’s Artistry uplifts the soul and  Eliminates the weight to one self.  Consequently uplifting the human race, the natural world that sustains it and the cosmic existence that mesmerize it.  Such an innate understanding of this truth, may be first most valuable virtue we should all be inspired to attain – dedication to one’s own consciousness.

Here is a few video links to a few exhibits circulating around

the web. Includes the City Arts factory 2010, Telemundo interview 2010,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bdf2rvcCbM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRZNvaau3RQ

9 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey man, Its really cool to see that you were able to put up your mini website… good work man, I like it alot… this will really help you with your art… hehe

  2. OHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!….Man Dan…….these new pieces are amazin!!!!….I been missing out huh?!…………”DATS MY BROTHER PPL!!!”….haha…Capital and peace!!

  3. You are very creative and your work is unique. Hopefully your work is recognized in the Orlando Community. There is a abundance of appreciation for your passion and message of expression you send to us all. Thanks for sharing a peice of yourself for the world to see.

  4. Heya,
    I bought a painting of yours looks like Bob Marley many years ago from Cafe Tu Tango. It’s always captivated me. I am so in love with your creations.

    I always wondered who you were….thanks for posting the pic.

  5. Dear Lemus, Thank you so much for my beautiful Buddha. He is currently in a lovely but temporary spot (until I move). By situating him in my kitchen, he is the first and last thing I see as I enter or leave my apartment. So I am blessed with positive energy whether I am coming or going. You are extremely talented and I look forward to viewing and purchasing more of your art.

    Namaste

  6. Dear Lemus, Thank you so much for my beautiful Buddha. He is currently in a lovely but temporary spot (until I move). By situating him in my kitchen, he is the first and last thing I see as I enter or leave my apartment. So I am blessed with positive energy whether I am coming or going. You are extremely talented and I look forward to viewing and purchasing more of your art.

    Namaste

  7. I bought one of your prints at cafe tu tu tango a couple of months a go and you gave me a free one because i really liked it so I thought I’d check this out. I really like your work!

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