Elisabeth Condon

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Red Night Over Scholar's House, 2009 Acrylic On Linen 31 X 24 Inches © Elisabeth Condon
Sunset Holocaust, 2009 Acrylic On Linen 79 X 118 Inches © Elisabeth Condon
Gaoxing, Beijing, 2009 Acrylic On Linen 79 X 118 Inches © Elisabeth Condon
Nocturne, 2009 Acrylic On Linen 65 X 110 Inches © Elisabeth Condon
Black Heat, 2009 Acrylic On Linen 79 X 52 © Elisabeth Condon
Figment 9, 2009 Collage 33.5 X 27.5 Inches © Courtesy the artist and Lesley Heller Workspace
Stadium, 2010 Acrylic And Rice Paper On Linen 51 X 63 Inches © Dorsch Gallery
Low Country, 2012 Oil And Acrylic On Linen 44.5 X 72 Inches © Courtesy of the artist and Dorsch Gallery
Interior of a Flower, 2014 Acrylic, Glitter, Mediums On Linen 39 X 39 Inches (1 M X 1 M) © The Artist and Lesley Heller Workspace
Mid-Autumn Festival, 2014
Reflecting Pool, 2014 Ink, Glitter, Acrylic 29 X 29 Inches (1 M X 1 M) © Courtesy Lesley Heller Workspace
Field and Focus, 2014 Ink, Glitter, Acrylic On Linen 29 X 29 Inches (1 M X 1 M) © Courtesy the artist
Elephant Path, 2014 Acrylic, Ink And Glitter On Canvas 79 X 98 In. © Courtesy of Emerson-Dorsch
Broken Links, 2016 Acrylic, Latex, Glitter On Linen 59 X 59 Inches © Courtesy of the Artist and Lesley Heller Workspace
Quick Facts
Los Angeles, CA
Lives in
Tampa, FL; Brooklyn, NY
Representing galleries
Emerson-Dorsch Gallery, Lesley Heller Workspace
mixed-media, landscape

Elisabeth Condon’s itinerant mode inspires her to reconsider landscape through the simultaneous perspectives of traditional Chinese painting. From a visual lexicon of pours, stripes and sketches made on her travels, she reconstructs imaginary spaces for visual wandering. The recipient of a Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant and Florida Individual Artist Grant, Condon's residencies include Swatch Art Peace Hotel, Shanghai, Miami's Fountainhead Residency, Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, NY, Red Gate in Beijing, China and Stock 20, Taiwan. Condon's work is represented by Lesley Heller Work Space, New York and Emerson-Dorsch Gallery, Miami.

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