About Dennis Lipp

Dennis Lipp was born in New York City and was raised in the central New Jersey area. He moved to Ohio in 2001 with his wife Lisa, who is a creative writer.  Throughout his early childhood and teenage years, Lipp developed his talents by drawing and painting wildlife and dinosaur art from his favorite books. With that innate drive leading him, Lipp received his formal art training in illustration at the Newark School Of Fine And Industrial Art in 1981. 

Lipp is an illustrator, fine artist, and muralist for his company, "Peace Like A River-Fine Art" which is based in the Orrville/Kidron, Ohio area. With his technique of bright colors and bold imagery, along with his analytical conceptualizing, his llustrations, paintings, and murals have appeared in numerous publications, galleries, and on the walls of businesses, churches, and residential homes.

Among Lipp's clients, he was commissioned to paint a mural for Six Flags Great Adventure Theme Park in Jackson, New Jersey which measured 35 feet in length. He also painted his version of "The Garden of Eden" in a private residence in the Pocono Mountain region of Pennsylvania which measured 25 feet in length. At Calvary Chapel Old Bridge, New Jersey, as a leader of their Art Ministry, he designed and helped implement with a team of artists, a number of large Biblically based murals. He produced a number of illustrations for "Nature Friend"  magazine, Lehman's, in Kidron, Ohio and a book cover for Xulon Press. His paintings of God's creation were used for an "Earth Day"  series of illustrations for The Home News Tribune, in East Brunswick, New Jersey.

Lipp has been involved in a number of one man and juried art exhibitions in various places in the United States. His work has been exhibited at the Royce Galleries, LTD in Denver, Colorado; The Biblical Arts Center, Dallas, Texas; the Middlesex County Musuem, Piscataway, New Jersey; The Barrons Art Center, Woodbridge, New Jersey; Middlesex County College, Edison, New Jersey; Thompson Park Visitor Center, Lincroft, New Jersey; and at The Wayne Center for the Arts- Arts for Wellness Exhibition, Wooster, Ohio. His artwork was also selected three separate years to be part of the" Embracing Our Differences"  traveling billboard display sponsored by Ohio State University, ATI, Wooster, Ohio. His illustration won first place and was chosen by the Wayne Soil and Water Conservation District to represent Wayne County and be displayed at the Division of Soil and Water Conservation in Columbus, Ohio. He also has taught art at the Career Center, Adult Education in Smithville, Ohio and through a number of other venues.

Lipp believes that our artistic Creator has given him the ability to paint and be creative and he desires to serve Him through the realm of art.