Beth Lipman  (American, 1971) 

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Beth Lipman, Flotsam and Jetsam

 

Beth Lipman
Flotsam and Jetsam
2012

Claire Oliver Gallery
Beth Lipman, Sideboard with Blue China

 

Beth Lipman
Sideboard with Blue China
2013

Claire Oliver Gallery
Beth Lipman, Still Life with Grapes

 

Beth Lipman
Still Life with Grapes
2013

Claire Oliver Gallery
Beth Lipman, Bowl of Stones and Yarrow

 

Beth Lipman
Bowl of Stones and Yarrow
2013

Claire Oliver Gallery
Beth Lipman, Pitcher with Vines

 

Beth Lipman
Pitcher with Vines
2011

Claire Oliver Gallery
Beth Lipman, Sideboard with Blue China

 

Beth Lipman
Sideboard with Blue China
2012

Claire Oliver Gallery
Beth Lipman, Residue Collar

 

Beth Lipman
Residue Collar
2012

Claire Oliver Gallery
Beth Lipman, Flowers, Bread, Chalice, and Sticks

 

Beth Lipman
Flowers, Bread, Chalice, and Sticks
2012

Claire Oliver Gallery
Beth Lipman, Fruit and Cast off Centerpiece

 

Beth Lipman
Fruit and Cast off Centerpiece
2011

Claire Oliver Gallery
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Beth Lipman, Still Life with Pearls, Antler and Oysters

 

Beth Lipman
Still Life with Pearls, Antler and Oysters, 2006
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1971   Born, Philadelphia, PA
1989 - 1990   Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
1991   Corning Scholarship Nomination, Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA
1991   Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA
1994   B.F.A. in Glass and Fibers, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
1995   Apprenticeship, Fabric Workshop. Philadelphia, PA
1998   Participated in Artist in the Marketplace Program, Bronx Museum of Art
Travel Grant, American-Scandinavian Foundation
1998   Travel Grant, American-Scandinavian Foundation
1999   Community Arts Re-Grant for “Gift,” Department of Cultural Affairs, The Brooklyn Arts Council Inc.
1996 - 2000   Education Director, UrbanGlass, Brooklyn, NY
2000   Grant, Peter S. Reed Foundation
2001   Professional Advancement Grant, New Hampshire State Council on the Arts/National Endowment for the Arts
Fellowship, Creative Glass Center of America, Wheaton Village, Millville, NJ
2001   Fellowship, Creative Glass Center of America, Wheaton Village, Millville, NJ
2002   Grant, Ruth Chenven Foundation
2003   Artist in Residence, Kohler Arts/Industry, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, WI
Grant, Ruth Chenven Foundation
2003   American/Swedish Exchange Travel Grant, American Scandinavian Foundation
2002 - 2004   Glass Department Head, Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, MA
2004 - 2005   Studio Director of Education and Artist Services, Wheaton Arts, Millville, NJ
2005   Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant
2005   Arts/ Industry Coordinator, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI
2006   Young Talent Award, UrbanGlass Awards Dinner, New York, NY
2006   Artist in Residence, Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA
2006   Artist in Residence, The Studio at the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY
2007   Gallery of Success Honoree, Temple University, PA
2007   Designer, Steuben Glass, Corning, NY
2008   Wisconsin Arts Board Fellowship Award
2008   Artist in Residence, funded by a Challenge America Grant/NEA, Louisiana Artworks, LA
2012   Art Dallas 2012, Dallas, TX
2011   Beth Lipman: Yours Always, Cade Tompkins Projects, Providence, RI (solo)
2010   Glimmering Gone, Collaboration with Ingalena Klenell, Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA (solo)
2009   One from Wisconsin, Museum of Wisconsin Art, WI (March) (solo)
2009   Prosopopoeia, Chipstone Foundation/ Milwaukee Art Museum, WI (January)
2009   Art of Glass, Chrysler Museum, VA (March)
2008   True Grit: Frames, Fixations, and Flirtations, McColl Center for Visual Arts, NC
2008   After You’re Gone, RISD Museum, Providence, RI (solo)
2007   What Remains, Heller Gallery, NY (solo)
2007   s12 Gallerie & Verksted, Bergen, Norway (solo)
2007   Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Toronto, Ontario (solo)
2007   From the Ground Up, Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC
2007   Wisconsin Triennial, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, WI
2007   Interiority, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL
2007   Shattering Glass- New Perspectives, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY
2006   SOFA New York, Heller Gallery, NY, NY
2006   New England Glass: The Quiet Force, Krikorian Gallery, Worcester Center for Crafts, MA
2006   The Edges of Grace, Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA
2006   9th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii (group)
2005   Celebrating the Oyster, Clay College, Cumberland County College, Millville, NJ (group)
2005   Minimalism, D & A Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA (group)
2005   Dynamic Glass, Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, NJ (group)
2005   Cheonju International Craft Biennale 05, Cheonju, South Korea (group)
2005   Cool Liquid, Museum of American Glass, Wheaton Village, Millville, NJ (group)
2005   Glass Weekend 05, Heller Gallery, Wheaton Village, Millville, NJ (group)
2005   Natural Selection, Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA (group)
2005   Sculpture in Glass, Block Museum, NorthWestern University, IL (group)
2005   Bancketje, Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA (solo)
2004   Bancketje, Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA (solo)
2004   Bancketje, Museum of American Glass, Wheaton Arts, NJ (solo)
2004   SOFA Chicago, Heller Gallery, Chicago, IL (group)
2004   A Periodic Table, Wexler Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2004   Chappell Gallery, Boston, MA
2004   Faculty Biennial, Krikorian Gallery, Worcester Center for Crafts, MA
2004   Heller Gallery, NY, NY (May) (solo)
Philadelphia International Airport, Terminal B
2003   John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI (October- January 2004) (solo)
20/20 Vision, Museum of American Glass, Wheaton Village, NJ
SOFA, Heller Gallery, NY, NY
Crystal Clear, Friesen Gallery, Seattle, WA
2003   Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Toronto, Canada
2002   Mangel Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (solo)
Glass America, Heller Gallery, NY, NY
Glass Now, Sharon Arts Gallery, Peterborough, NH
2001   Heller Gallery, NY, NY (solo)
Interpretations of a Still Life, Forrest Scott Gallery, Millburn, NJ
Fabric Workshop Banner Exhibition, Community Gallery, Philadelphia Foundation, Philadelphia, PA
Under the Influence, Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY
Glass America, Heller Gallery, NY, NY
New York Glass, Union Art Gallery, University of Stonybrook, NY
2000   Glass America, Heller Gallery, NY, NY
Good Business is the Best Art, Bronx Museum of Art, NY
LandEscapes, Dieu Donne Papermill, NY, NY
Glass Express, DUMBO Art Center, Brooklyn, NY
Glassworks: Emerging Artists, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
“Connection,” Linder Gallery, Keystone College, La Plume, PA
AND....a Showcase of Multidisciplinaires, Limelight Gallery, NY, NY
1999   American Glass, Long Island Art Museum, Hempstead, NY
Gift, site specific public art event, Brooklyn, NY
International Women’s View on Masculinity, UFA Gallery, NY, NY
1998   Faculty Exhibition, Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus, NY
Artist in the Marketplace 18th Annual Exhibition, Bronx Museum of Art, NY
Between the Bridges Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Fulton Ferry State Park, Brooklyn, NY
Summer Invitational, Cast Iron Gallery, Soho, NY
DUMBO 3, Gale Gates et al Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Williamsburg Bridges Tibet, Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, NY
1997   Lots: An Exhibition, 65 Hope St., Brooklyn, NY
Sculptural Objects Functional Art, Chicago, IL
Glass Worlds, Robert Lehman Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1996   New York Biennial of Glass, Robert Lehman Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Some Like It Hot, Freyberger Gallery, Penn State Campus, PA
   Doucette, Renee, “Beth Lipman at Cade Tompkins Projects”, GoLocal, Providence November
   Van Siclen, Bill, “Pushing the Limits of Glass at Cade Tompkins Projects: Cool, Cerebral,
   Cook, Greg, “Beth Lipman at Cade Tompkins Projects”, The Phoenix, November 29, 2011
   Josslin, Victoria “Fermata” Glass, Summer 2011
   Beal, Suzanne, “Vanishing Point” American Craft, June/July, 2011
   “Glimmering Gone” (catalogue) Andrea Moody, Meliss Post, Anders Stephanson, ICA, Maine
   Ponnekanti, Rosmary, “Glimmering Glass Displays in Two New Tacoma Exhibits”, News
   Holland Cotter, New York Times, “One Museum, Five Shows…” August 1998
   Bronx Museum of Art, Artist in the Marketplace, 18th Annual Exhibition, checklist, July 1998
   John Perreault, GLASS, “The 2nd New York Biennial of Glass,” Winter, 1996
   “Exhibitionism,” GLASS, Summer, pg. 46, 2002
   Steve Sherman, Keene Sentinel, “Artist Transforms Paintings …,” January 2002 Page 3
   Gallery, American Craft Magazine, Aug/Sept 01, pg. 103, 2001
   Judy Collischan, GLASS, review, Summer, 2001
   Glass Art Society Journal, 2000, Still Life with Fruit (Severin Roesen), pg. 115, 2001
   Ken Johnson, New York Times, “Glassworks: Emerging Artists,” July, 2000
   John Perreault, GLASS, “Riffs in Glass,” Summer, 2000
   Richard Yelle, Glass Art at UrbanGlass, book, May, 2000
   Phyllis Braff, New York Times, “Leaves of Glass… Other Metaphors,” January, 2000
   Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition, Between the Bridges, checklist, August 1998
   20/20 Vision, American Craft Magazine, Dec/Jan, pg. 49, 2003
   Richard Yelle, International Glass Art, book, 2003
   Lucartha Kohler, Women Working in Glass, book, 2003
   Joyce Vanaman, The Press of Atlantic City, “A Banquet of Glass”, August, 2003
   Robin Rice, City Paper, “Reflections,” Apr. 11- Apr.18, #882, pg. 23, 2002
   Portfolio, American Craft Magazine, April/ May, pg. 85, 2002
   The Sunday Telegraph, “The Art of Glass,” October 20, 2002
   Joni Hollinghorst, Keene Sentinel, “Glass as Sculpture at Sharon,” October, 2002
   Jane Eklund, Monadnock Ledger, “ Glassworks,” October 31, pg. 21, 2002
   Dana Vernier, Peterborough Transcript, “Delicate Art of Shaping Glass,” October, 2002
   Robin Rice, Art News, “A Periodic Table”, January 2005
   Constance Gorfinkle, The Patriot Ledger, “ Feast for the Eyes….”, December 30, 2004
   Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe, “Beth Lipman: Bancketje”, December 23, 2004
   GLASS, “Artist in Residence Takes on New Meaning at Wheaton Village”, Fall, 2004
   Robin Rice, GLASS, “Beth Lipman Invites Fellow Artists to a [Banquet],” Winter, 2004
   Sculpture, Itinerary, January 2004
   Robert Baxter, Courier Post, Arts and Entertainment, “ A Glass Repast,” March 2004
   Leslie Umberger, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Beth Lipman: Still Lifes in Glass, Checklist, 2003
   James Auer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel,” Center Draws Accolades…” November 25, 2003
   Gay Taylor, Museum of American Glass at Wheaton Village, 20/20 Vision, checklist, 2003
   Blake Gopnik, Washington Post, Here & Now, Sunday, March 25, 2007
   Juror's Choice, New Glass Review, 2007
   Audrey Hoffer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "National Treasures," Cue, March 25, 2007
   Mary Louise Schumacher, JSonline.com, "More on Last Suppers in Art," video, March 30, 2007
   Eve Zibart, Washingtonpost.com, "At the Renwick, Beauty Grounded in Nature, April 13, 2007
   The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation: 2005 Awards, catalog, 2006
   Museum of American Glass, The Fires Burn On, book, 2006
   Ready for a Feast? Visit the Museum of Glass, Tacoma Weekly Clips, November 10, 2005
   Juror’s Choice, New Glass Review, 2005
   Robin Rice, Hourglass, GLASS, “Glass Sculpture”, Summer, 2005
   Barbara MacAdam, Art News, “Shattering Glass,” June 2008, page 139
   Blanch Craig, Contemporary Glass, 2008
   Recent Important Acquisitions, New Glass Review 29, 2008
   John Drury, GLASS, ”What Remains,” Winter, pg. 57, 2007
   Mary Louise Schumacher, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “Collective Vision,” Cue, May 27
   Benjamin Genocchio,The New York Tiimes, “Really? It’s All Made of Glass?” In the Region, Dec 30, 2007
   Georgette Gouveia, “Katonah Exhibit Views Glass in a New Light,” NYjournalnews.com, Dec 3, 2007
   Neil Watson, Ellen Keiter, Shattering Glass: New Perspectives, Katonah Museum of Art, checklist, 2007
   Jane Milosch, Susanne Frantz, From the Ground Up, Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum, exhibition checklist, 2007
   Robin Tierney Washington Examiner, "Flights of Hand: Supreme Craft," Weekend, March 10 & 11, 2007