This week, Emerson Dorsch continues its Artist Profiles Project with Elisabeth Condon. We are fortunate to work in such a vibrant and close community of artists, collectors, and supporters. The Artist Profiles Project provides insight into the artists and collaborators that make our program possible. Thanks to @carolsaft, Topher Mohr , @Alexelena , Francesco Casale
Artists will be taking over Fountainhead's Instagram channels and offering virtual studio visits. Take this opportunity to learn more about artists' practices, gaining a rare window into their motivations and process. Recorded June 12, 2020.
February 14, 2019, Abrazo Interno Gallery, Clemente Solo Velez Center for the Arts, New York. Moderated by David Cohen with panelists Elisabeth Condon, Mary Jones, Amy Mahnick, and Clintel Steed; Introduced by curators and participants Camilla Fallon and Kylie Heidenheimer. This is Part I of the talk, featuring David Cohen and the curators.
Released 05-16-18: Salon Radio Special: Painting the Current Landscape, painter Elisabeth Condon (begins12:24) Hosted by Heidi Russell with Maureen Van Trease presenting guests, also featuring the Women in The Arts world bulletin from this week’s editor Barbara Sullivan, and Salon Bulletin for upcoming week's happenings around the world. Recorded at Funkadelic Studios. Sound engineer: Jade Zabric.
Art & History Museum Maitland Director of Experiences Rangsook Yoon and Elisabeth Condon with Beth Perrell, Public Affairs Producer, Cox Media Group Orlando. Air Times 01/14/18: WCFB – Sunday – 6:00 a.m. WPYO – Sunday – 5:30 a.m. WMMO – Sunday – 7:00 a.m. WDBO – Sunday – 12:30 a.m. WWKA – Sunday – 6:30 a.m.
May 1, 2017: Elisabeth Condon, a Los Angeles native born in 1959, painted Field Notes on residency at Fountainhead in Miami's Morningside Heights neighborhood in a composition inspired by the Yuan Dynasty masterpiece Dwelling in the Fu'Ch'Un Mountains by Huang Gongwang.
Dec 2, 2012: In her new painting and drawing exhibition, Elisabeth Condon introduces the 1980s Los Angeles nightclub scene as a metaphor for personal and social transformation and a repository for shared memories, associations and cultural experiences. Film: Scott Draft. Recording: QR Art Guide.