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Beth Lipman is an artist who is best known for her monumental still-life compositions. She has translated some of her work into large photographs which reference the work of Dutch and European still life painters.

 

Lipman has exhibited her work extensively nationally and internationally, including the Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington; the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC; and the RISD Museum where her exhibition After You're Gone received tremendous critical acclaim, for its innovative use of material, volume and presence, and thought-provoking ideas about abundance and saturation together with the history of American decorative arts. Recent works include Secretary with Chipmunk, a multipurpose sculpture for the Chipstone Foundation, WI and One Portrait of One Man, a response to Marsden Hartley for the Weisman Art Museum, MN.

Biography

Beth Lipman is the recipient of the prestigious United States Artists Berman Bloch Fellowship, a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant. Her work is in the collections of the North Carolina Museum of Art; Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY; Kemper Museum for Contemporary Art, MO; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washingtion, DC; the Jewish Museum, NY; the Norton Museum of Art, FL; and the Corning Museum of Glass, NY among many others.

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