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Elizabeth Hazan

Portrait of the artist. Photo credit: Jenny Gorman

Elizabeth Hazan is a New York based visual artist. Hazan was awarded a fellowship to the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and has twice been a resident of Yaddo. Recent shows include High Noon, at the Duck Creek Art Center in Springs, NY, Heat Wave at Johannes Vogt Gallery, NY, Body to Land at Turn Gallery, NY, Psychedelic Landscape at Eric Firestone Gallery, NY, Sundown at the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack, NY and Trodden Path at HESSE FLATOW East.

Her work has been written about in Hyperallergic, Forbes, Two Coats of Paint, Art Critical, The Brooklyn Rail and the Art Newspaper.

She was born and raised in New York City and attended Bryn Mawr College and the New York Studio School. She serves as the director and founder of Platform Project Space in Brooklyn, NY.
Elizabeth Hazan, Floodtide, 2023 Oil on linen 76 x 70 in 193 x 177.8 cm
Elizabeth Hazan, Glade, 2022 Oil on linen 66 x 55 in 167.6 x 139.7 cm
Elizabeth Hazan, Nightshade, 2023 Oil on linen 66 x 55 in 167.6 x 139.7 cm
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  1. […] Elizabeth Hazan joined us to talk about her recent show, Under the Sun, which ran until February 24 at Hesse Flatow Gallery. Hazan was looking for a title for this collection of oil on canvas paintings that captured how she pictures things like time of day, atmosphere and weather when she makes her work, as well as referring to the strange era of impending climate catastrophe we find ourselves in. While she is grateful to be on the planet, she feels the same sense of trepidation many of us do in this perilous feeling time. To learn more, listen to the complete interview. […]


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