Item Details Shipping & Policies• Collectible – One of a kind pinback / badge / pin• Hand Signed & Hand Numbered by the artist Mark Lewis • Original art was created by artist Mark Lewis• Brand New 1.5” pin back badge / pin – Highest Quality Materials• Painting photography completed at Mark Lewis Art Studio• Manufactured and assembled at Mark Lewis Art Studios in the (USA)Mark Lewis is a Contemporary Portrait Artist with paintings displayed at numerous galleries throughout the United States. Mr. Lewis has released signed and numbered limited edition pinback buttons created from his original paintings. Each pin is HAND SIGNED and HAND NUMBERED by the artist Mark Lewis. By hand signing and numbering each pin back button he is making each one unique and collectible. These buttons are manufactured and assembled at Mark Lewis Art Studio with the highest quality materials in the USA. Mark’s ideas and artistic practice continue to have a decisive impact on the contemporary art scene. You can now own a unique and collectible pinback button of some of Mark Lewis’ more popular paintings. View his original paintings at www.marklewisart.com (Pinback Button Details)Painting Title: "Elvis One" Elvis PresleySize: 1 1/2" RoundSigned by the artist: YesNumbered: YesPackaged: YesBiography:Mark Lewis, a renowned artist from southern California.Original works of art by Mark Lewis can be viewed and purchased through Centaur Fine Art Galleries in Las Vegas, NV, Artistic Lifestyles Gallery, San Diego, CA, Above All Art Gallery, Jasper, TN.Born in Akron, Ohio, raised in Charter Oak, California, Marks’ career path has certainly been an eventful one. After serving honorably in the United States Navy Mark then delved into the performing arts. He spent years as a successful actor, appearing in numerous movies and television programs. Ultimately turning his focus to painting, Mark brought his expansive life adventures, raw talent and inspiration to the canvas, for he instills an immense beauty and creativity in the work that flows from his palette. He achieves that rare feat among artists of creating an unspoken dialog between artist and viewer in his work. Lewis’ paintings have been exhibited in numerous galleries throughout the U.S.