Elizabeth Stern


Sources of inspiration for the work of Elizabeth Stern range from early memories poring over her father’s medical textbooks, recent advances in neuronal imaging and long, enjoyable hours spent hiking or in the garden. Using various painting and printmaking techniques, Stern often adds elements of collage and stitching to build upon the organic shapes and lines. “I often see a greater landscape in the most microscopic elements,” she has said of her work. “Ultimately there are connections everywhere.”


  • Desperately Seeking Normal, Pictor Gallery, NYC, May-June 2021

  • Beyond the Print: A Retrospective, Manhattan Graphics Center, NYC, November-December 2020

  • Necessary Connection, solo, Pleiades Gallery, NYC, June 2019

  • Student Concours, Art Students League, NYC, March 2019

  • Shades of Gray, Pleiades Gallery, NYC, June-July 2018

  • Print Parade, Dan Welden Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY, May 2018

  • Small works group show, Pleiades Gallery, NYC, March 2018

  • Student Concours, Art Students League, NYC, January 2018

  • Student Concours, Art Students League, NYC, January 2012

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