Margo Lewers (1908–1978) was an Australian interdisciplinary abstract player who worked across the media of painting, sculpture, tapestry, ceramics and the domestic arts. She was renowned for a number of major public commissions and for her landscaping and interior design for the family house at Emu Plains. Her in the future compositions explored colour and formal geometric abstraction; her perform became more shapeless and expressionist by the upfront 1960s. She showed extensively in Australia and in several international travelling exhibitions. She won at least fourteen awards and prizes. The Penrith Regional Gallery and Lewers Bequest now stands upon her property at Emu Plains.
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