The studio of the late painter and printmaker, Elizabeth Delson (1932-2005), is open for visits by appointment to provide increased public opportunity to see and enjoy her art. Near to Gardiner’s Bay in the Springs near East Hampton, N.Y., the studio remains as the artist left it upon her death in 2005, having created over 400 works of art both in East Hampton and her Brooklyn studio during a productive career spanning over 50 years. Her artwork is on view in portfolios, flat files, and on the walls of the studio.
Liz, as she preferred being called, was a versatile artist who investigated various mediums and supports. She explored figurative and landscape themes and abstraction in paintings and through active experimentation in diverse printmaking techniques.
Her artist's statement in 1963 describes the creative emphasis that guided Liz throughout her career:
“Through painting and graphics I explore images to uncover the dynamic forces behind their appearance: emergence, growth, decay, metamorphosis. I try to capture the process of change in time and space, to crystallize a living moment and convey its vitality.”
The artist’s creative output has been meticulously researched, catalogued, and curated for the website atelierliz.com, an online Catalogue Raisonné that serves as an additional resource for collectors, academics, and students of art. A free brochure is also available by mail.
For information and appointments, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 631.324.7173.
Click on any image to view artworks in a Slide Show.