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ELIZABETH

WINTON

Elizabeth Winton's latest works employ a hybrid of techniques, combining printmaking, collage and painting. Composed from splinters of paper and paint, her most recent "paintings" have roots in the collagraphic prints she made from 2008 to 2010. Prior to this development, Winton's paintings were characterized by dense accumulations of wobbly hatchings and swaths of paint, and a naturalistic landscape palette, recalling the spirit of Abstract Expressionism on an intimate scale.

 

Winton, who has lived in New York since completing her B. A. at Connecticut College in 1991, rediscovered monotyping at the Lower East Side Printshop in 2007. Winton has exhibited her work; Margaret Bodell Gallery, New York, NY; the Ruby Green Contemporary Art Center, Nashville, TN; and CUE Art Foundation in New York City.

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2011

Elizabeth Winton: Curated by Douglas Dunn CUE Art Foundation, New York, New York

 

2011

Passing a Bunch of Beetles Preparing Their Gracious Dinner Party Collaborative Installation Elizabeth Winton and Jongil Ma , The Lab Gallery New York, New York

 

2007

Stir, Draw, Pitch: New Abstractions Elizabeth Winton and Jean Noel Chazelle

Kolok Gallery, North Adams, Massachusetts

 

2003

Slip & Suspension, Alabama Song Elizabeth Winton and Joseph Whitt

Ruby Green Contemporary Art Foundation, Nashville, Tennessee

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2014

Three Tones in Motion, Three Artists

University Hall Art Gallery, Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey

 

2013

Pollination: Overlappings in Time and in Place

Gallery Korea of the Korean Cultural Service, New York, New York

 

2012

Thick & Thin

Brooklyn Fire Proof, Brooklyn, New York

 

2011

Drawing Party: Tell Me More Metro Gallery, Gwanju, Korea

 

2009

New Work by Artist in Residence: Winter 09 Exhibition Curated by Fabienne Lasserre, Lower East Side Printshop New York, New York

 

2006

Inaugural Exhibition

Kolok Gallery, North Adams, Massachusetts

 

2002

The Atlanta/New York Connection

Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia