News and Upcoming Exhibitions

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“Passion’s Prey” is included in the 2020 exhibition the Red Clay Survey at the Huntsville Museum of Art in Huntsville, Alabama.

The Red Clay Survey is a major recurring regional competition sponsored by the HuntsvilleMuseum of Art that “takes the pulse” of contemporary Southern art through a selection of work in all styles and media determined by jurors with strong curatorial credentials. The exhibition recognizes and encourages excellence, and provides a permanent record of the development of regional art through the publication of a comprehensive exhibition catalogue. Selected works will be displayed in 5 galleries in the Museum’s elegant facility, located in Big Spring International Park in Downtown Huntsville.

This recurring juried competition, presented every three years, presents over 100 outstanding works by artists from 11 Southern states representing a cross-section of the best in regional contemporary art in varied media.

Jurors: Peter J. Baldaia, Director of Curatorial Affairs and David J. Reyes, Curator of Exhibitions and Collections, Huntsville Museum of Art

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August 29- September 8, 2019, Moxie Art Gallery’s 15th anniversary will celebrate in Birmingham, Alabama with a pop-up show at Vox Studios in Tarrent City. I am curating 7 artists who were shown at Moxie Art Gallery will be featured: Merrilee Challiss, Liesa Cole, Karen Graffeo, Doug Balous, Randy Gatchet, Michael Swann and myself. The show is viewable for two weekends and will coincide with Birmingham’s Artwalk.

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April 18, 2019, Blue opened in Havana, Cuba, coinciding with the Havana Biennial. I was so honored to be included in the roster of Cuban and American artists with my drawing, “Appalachian Spring.” This show is an attempt to cross the not so wide expanse of blue between our two countries. Many of the works are collaborations between Cuban and American artists. I was psyched to be one of the featured artists on the brochure above!

May 9- June 9, 2019, My solo exhibition at Studio Pamet in Prague, Czech Republic. To view these paintings in person, contact me for dates and times the venue is open. Or visit my Facebook page: Elizabeth Russell Art for updates.

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“Passion’s Prey” was included in the 2020 The Red Clay Survey at the Huntsville Museum of Art in Huntsville, Alabama.

The Red Clay Survey is a major recurring regional competition sponsored by the HuntsvilleMuseum of Art that “takes the pulse” of contemporary Southern art through a selection of work in all styles and media determined by jurors with strong curatorial credentials. The exhibition recognizes and encourages excellence, and provides a permanent record of the development of regional art through the publication of a comprehensive exhibition catalogue. Selected works will be displayed in 5 galleries in the Museum’s elegant facility, located in Big Spring International Park in Downtown Huntsville.

This recurring juried competition, presented every three years, presents over 100 outstanding works by artists from 11 Southern states representing a cross-section of the best in regional contemporary art in varied media.

Jurors: Peter J. Baldaia, Director of Curatorial Affairs and David J. Reyes, Curator of Exhibitions and Collections, Huntsville Museum of Art