photo credit: Philip Reed

Elisabeth Condon is an American artist, born in Los Angeles and based in New York, NY and Tampa, FL. Her multi-layered paintings wrest landscape space from pours and spills of paint, vintage textile patterns, and brush painting techniques inspired by the imaginary travel in scrolls. 

She has received a Joan Mitchell Foundation Artist & Sculptors Grant, New York PULSE Prize , New York Studio School Mercedes Matter Award, Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, Florida Individual Artist Grant, and numerous research grants from the University of South Florida, where she held tenure for eleven years. Her residencies and fellowships include the Montello, UCross, and Morris Graves Foundation, Carizozo Colony, Wave Hill Winter Workspace Program, Swatch Art Peace Hotel Shanghai, Fountainhead, National Parks Residencies at Grand Canyon, Florida Everglades, and Yaddo. Her works are held in the collections of Perez Art Museum Miami, Tampa Museum of Art, United States Embassy Beijing, and JP Morgan Chase and have been featured in numerous online and print publications including Hyperallergic, artcritical, Artnews, Arts + Antiques, New York Observer, and the Miami Herald.