Catskill Art Society presents a solo exhibition by Suzanne Joelson, on view August 29-October 25, 2020 at CAS Arts Center in Manor, NY

Posted by on Aug 21, 2020 in Exhibitions, Faculty | No Comments

Artist and VCS faculty member Suzanne Joelson has a solo exhibition coming up at the CAS Arts Center in Manor, NY, which will run concurrently with another solo exhibition by artist Liza Phillips. Here are the details from the Catskill Art Society website:


Suzanne Joelson and Liza Phillips

  • CAS Arts Center 48 Main Street Livingston Manor, NY (map)

Catskill Art Society will present two concurrent solo exhibitions from Suzanne Joelson and Liza Phillips  at CAS Arts Center at 48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY on Saturday, August 29. The exhibitions will be on view Saturday, August 29 – Saturday, October 25, 2020.

After graduating from Bennington College Suzanne Joelson worked in theatre and dance, toured the world with Merce Cunningham Dance Company as stage manager in charge of scenery and costumes, working on sets with Morris Graves, Jasper Johns, and Robert Rauschenberg. A show at the Drawing Center led to a job teaching at RISD. She showed in NY at Wolf Gallery and Debs&Co as well as in Spain, India, Morocco and Turkey. She taught at Columbia and for twelve years in the Bard MFA program but focuses her teaching now at SVA in NYC. She has received awards from the American Academy, the National Academy, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Tiffany Foundation.

Liza Phillips has exhibited her paintings, sculpture, drawings and photographic prints extensively in the US and the UK since the early 1980s. She received her BA in art and philosophy from Vassar College and received her MA in painting from Chelsea College of Art in London. She attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine. In 2018 she had a solo drawing show at Smith College of Art in Northampton, MA. Her work has been shown at major museums and galleries such as the Whitechapel in London, the San Bernadino Museum in CA, The Sculpture Center, NY, Pierogi and Momenta Art in Brooklyn and most recently at the Hefei-Kurume Art Museum, Hefei, China.

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