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Elizabeth Neel

Elizabeth Neel

Elizabeth Neel

Parallel Evolution
Elizabeth Neel
2018
Acrylic on canvas, 200.7 x 162.6 cm
Glister The Pitch
Elizabeth Neel
2018
Acrylic on canvas, 231.1 x 185.4 cm
Double Wrangle
Elizabeth Neel
2017
Acrylic on canvas, 266.7 x 198.1 cm
Barrier Plane
Elizabeth Neel
2017
Acrylic on canvas, 243.8 x 193 cm
Mother Type Resonant
Elizabeth Neel
2017
Acrylic on canvas, 205.7 x 198.1 cm
Vulture and Chicks
Elizabeth Neel
2016
Acrylic on canvas 198.1 x 350.5 cm
Katty Kath Katherine
Elizabeth Neel
2016
Acrylic on canvas 274.3 x 200.7 cm
Reasonable Doubt (For Ara Dymond)
Elizabeth Neel
2016
Acrylic on canvas 274.3 x 200.7 cm
First Man in Situ
Elizabeth Neel
2016
Acrylic on canvas 185.4 x 116.8 cm
Belongings
Elizabeth Neel
2016
Acrylic on canvas 200.7 x 121.9 cm
The Rest Unknown
Elizabeth Neel
2016
Acrylic on canvas, 200.7 x 111.8 cm
Grouper
Elizabeth Neel
2016
Acrylic on canvas 200.7 x 130.8 cm
The Squngili
Elizabeth Neel
2016
Acrylic on paper, 61 x 48.3 cm
The Builder
Elizabeth Neel
2015
Acrylic on canvas, 188 x 119.4 cm
Speech Writer
Elizabeth Neel
2014
Acrylic on canvas 198.1 x 182.9 cm
Here and the outside
Elizabeth Neel
2013
Acrylic and collage on paper 61 x 48.3 cm
Container and exit
Elizabeth Neel
2013
Acrylic and collage on paper 61 x 48.3 cm
Quiet made loud
Elizabeth Neel
2013
Acrylic and collage on paper 61 x 48.3 cm
Deadfall with Figure
Elizabeth Neel
2011
Acrylic on paper 72.4 x 59.7 cm
Revert
Elizabeth Neel
2011
Acrylic on paper 43.2 x 35.6 cm

Elizabeth Neel was born in Stowe, Vermont, in 1975. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University, Providence, in 1997; a Diploma Certificate from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in 2002; and a Master of Fine Arts from Columbia University, New York, in 2007.

Elizabeth Neel’s paintings complicate relationships between architecture, the body, nurture and nature. Her lexicon of marks, produced with brushes, rollers, rags and the force of gravity are a collective imprint of her experience and action in relationship to shared cultural signifiers and designations. She activates the narrative potential of Abstraction using visual similes that belong as much to the viewer’s world as they do to her own.

Neel has had solo and group exhibitions at galleries and museum around the world, including the SculptureCenter, Long Island City; Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase; and Saatachi Gallery, London, and was included in Prague Biennial 5 in 2011.

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