Elisabeth Condon

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Artist in Residence, Art & History Museums - Maitland

In residence January 10 - 31, 2017

As part of the residency, Condon is a panel participant on
Artist as Instructor/Teaching Artists
January 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
231 West Packwood Avenue
Maitland, FL 32751

The A&H proudly hosts quarterly events that bring together art professionals, art leaders and artists. Each event focuses on an aspect of the artist’s development, as seen through the combined experience of a panel of established professionals and the guidance they provide.

Hemera Foundation Tending Spaces Artist Scholarship

December 2017
Garrison Institute, Garrison, NY

Delicious Line Review

Elisabeth Condon: Bird and Flower
By Franklin Einspruch
November 3, 2016
Posted April 5, 2017 

Recovering China's Landscapes: A Symposium

The New York State University at Buffalo
School of Architecture and Planning
October 26 | 3:30 - 7:30 pm | Hayes Hall 403 | UB South Campus
World-renowned practitioners and scholars will discuss their work through the lens of renewed relationships between nature and culture, and examining new models operating at the intersection of urban design, planning and ecological systems.

There has been a recent movement back to the countryside in China, as well as a reconnecting with the agricultural landscape for food and clean air, as intellectuals, artists and the elite are seeking retreat from the ills of the industrialized Chinese cities. What are the ways in which we can engage, through design, sustainable solutions and hybrid interventions into this landscape?

Bird and Flower: Gallery Talk

Sunday, October 16, 2016
2:30 PM
Lesley Heller Workspace
54 Orchard St., (between Grand and Hester Streets)
New York, NY

Gallery Travels: Elisabeth Condon at Lesley Heller Workspace

Gallery Travels: Art Seen Around Town
An Art Blog by Anne Russinoff
Posted Sunday, October 2, 2016

Ring of Fire Tigertail Auction

Saturday, October 1, 2016, 8-11 PM
Koubek Mansion and Gardens, 2705 SW Third Street, Miami

The Pencil Review: CNQ Draws Elisabeth Condon at Lesley Heller

Talking Pictures, a blog by Cathy Nan Quinlan
Posted September 22, 2016

Gallery Rounds: Up and Underway

Brooklyn Magazine (BKMag.com)
By Paul D'Agostino
Posted September 13, 2016

In New Paintings, Elisabeth Condon Pours on Color and Unexpected Forms

By Edward M. Gómez for Hyperallergic
Posted Saturday, September 10, 2016

Bird and Flower

Exhibition Dates September 7 - October 16, 2016
Opening Reception Wednesday September 7, 6 - 8

Lesley Heller Workspace
54 Orchard St., New York, NY 10002

Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Sunday 11 to 6 

When a Splotch Isn't Just a Splotch

Review by Thomas Micchelli
Posted August 6, 2016


Organized by Paul D'Agostino.

An open-call simposio exhibition of colors crafted and names ascribed. 
The first installation of this show—featuring 176 panels from 142 contributors—will be at Studio 10 Gallery, located at 56 Bogart Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn, just steps away from Centotto and the Morgan L stop.

Opening reception: Sunday, 7 August, 3-6pm at Studio 10.
Visiting hours: Saturday & Sunday, 8/13 & 8/14, 2-6pm.
Gallery discussion: TBA. Closing reception: TBA.

Splotch II at Lesley Heller Workspace

Published on Jul 21, 2016
James Kalm brought observers along for Part One of this exhibition, curated by Eileen Jeng last week. This program catches views of Part II at the Lesley Heller Workspace. Eileen Jeng takes time away from her fans to briefly discuses the premise for this show, how it was inspired by a Sol LeWitt sculpture, and the idea of “mediation” of natural and chemical reactions. Although related to notions of Abstract Expressionism and Tachisme (a French version of “Action Painting”) the works featured here are created with a knowing and controlling use of various media, hoping to instill a synthetic replication of natural happenings, thus bringing forth an authentic aesthetic experience. Artists include: Sol LeWitt, Lynda Benglis, Andreas Kocks, Julia von Eichel, Jamie Powell, Magdalen Wong, Aaron Williams, Taney Roniger, Walter Biggs, Jian-Jun Zhang, Elisabeth Condon, Riad Miah, Nene Humphrey and Karen Tompkins.

Boca Museum's All Florida Exhibition Opens

Florida Sun-Sentinel
Marci Shatzman, Contact Reporter
July 26, 2016

All Florida Invitational

JUL. 16-SEP. 25, 2016
The Boca Raton Museum of Art’s annual All Florida exhibition, which has been presented at the Museum since 1951, has long been a hallmark for artists in the Sunshine State. Artists creating in all media eagerly await the opening of the show’s submission period year after year, now they can look forward to an invitation. As an institution founded by artists, a more appropriate way to honor and present the artists in the state is to adapt the format to introduce an artist-centered curatorial selection committee. Participants in this year's All Florida Invitational were selected by a panel of five internationally-recognized, Florida-based artists. Each of these distinguished artists then selected five early-career artists also working in our state. The All Florida Invitational brings the work of the artist-selection committee alongside the work of the artists they believe show great promise.


Curated by Eileen Jeng
July 20 - August 19, 2016
Lesley Heller Workspace
54 Orchard St., New York 10002
Wednesdays - Saturdays 11 - 6

Lesley Heller Workspace is pleased to present Splotch, a two-venue exhibition on the Lower East Side curated by Eileen Jeng. Splotch features artists whose work involves a methodical and controlled process of creating seemingly free-form or random daubs and spots. The title of the show is inspired by Sol LeWitt’s fiberglass pieces titled Splotches and their working drawings or “footprints.” The footprints of Splotch #3 will be exhibited for the first time at Lesley Heller Workspace. LeWitt’s 12-foot long sculpture Splotch #3, previously shown at New York’s The Met, will be on view at Sperone Westwater.
Splotch features works by Lynda Benglis, Walter Biggs, Elisabeth Condon, Nene Humphrey, Andreas Kocks, Sol LeWitt, Riad Miah, Jamie Powell, Taney Roniger, Karen Tompkins, Julia von Eichel, Aaron Williams, Magdalen Wong, and Jian-Jun Zhang.

With predetermined and self-imposed rules, these artists explore the boundaries of various mediums as well as the tension between control and spontaneity. They also examine the body, scientific and mathematical concepts, nature, pop culture, and mass media. Dichotomies examined include: absence and presence, fluidity and stability, geometric and organic, order and disorder.

An opening reception will take place at Lesley Heller Workspace on July 20 from 6-8 pm. Splotch will also be on view at Sperone Westwater at 257 Bowery from July 7 to August 12, 2016. A brochure will be published on the occasion of the exhibition.

Knight Arts Foundation Blog

Knight Arts Foundation Blog
As an artist in residence in the Everglades, painter Elisabeth Condon learns to 'look small'
Published June 9, 2016

Gallery Travels: Elisabeth Condon and Kylie Heidenheimer, Clemente Open Studios

Published June 6, 2016
Gallery Travels Seen Around Town
An art blog by Anne Russinof