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Artist Profile in the Canvas [read]

 

By Jamie Thompson

August 2016


UMVA Quarterly Summer 2016 [read]

 

By Elizabeth Fox

June 29, 2016

Muses Theme (4-page spread): Paintings by Elizabeth Fox


Artists to Watch [read]

 

By Jamie Thompson

April 2016

Arts Issue


The dream-like spirituality of Elizabeth Fox’s paintings [read]

 

By Jeffrey Ackerman 

November 2015

Down to the Ground: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

Dowling Walsh Gallery, Rockland, ME


Show of strength for contemporary Maine painting [read]

 

By Daniel Kany 

August 10, 2014

Played to Win: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

CMCA, Rockport, ME


lntroducing the Subtle Wit of Elizabeth Fox [read]

 

By Jim J. Tommaney 

August 5, 2014

Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

d. m. allison gallery, Houston


Small-screen drama creeps into artist’s work [read]

 

By John D’Addario 

August 13, 2014

Played to Win: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

Boyd Satellite Gallery, New Orleans


 

Winners All 

Photos by Steven Forster

July 1, 2014

Thought-provoking retro-futuristic oil paintings by Elizabeth Fox were in the spotlight at Boyd Satellite Gallery’s opening reception for the artist. The show, titled “Played to Win,” continues through June 3 at the gallery, 440 Julia St.


“Played to Win” [read]

 

By D. Eric Bookhardt 

May 14, 2014

Played to Win: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

Boyd Satellite Gallery, New Orleans


Fox at Chaisson [read]

 

By D. Eric Bookhardt 

December 11, 2011

Stamina in the Dream House: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

Martine Chaisson Gallery, New Orleans


Elizabeth Fox: Stamina in the Dream House [read]

 

By Ashley Shelton 

December 22, 2011

Stamina in the Dream House: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

Martine Chaisson Gallery, New Orleans


Elizabeth Fox: Secret Life of a Paper Doll [read]

 

By D. Eric Bookhardt 

March 15, 2010

Secret Life of a Paper Doll: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

d.o.c.s. Gallery, New Orleans


Contemporary Americana [read]

 

By Dan Allison

February 2009

What Was, Isn't: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

Nau-Haus Gallery, Houston


Dark Glamour [read]

An artist's unexpectedly bright visions.

 

By Carol Ann Fitzgerald

October 2008

Iron Glove: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

d.o.c.s. Gallery, New Orleans


Universal Remote [read]

 

By D. Eric Bookhardt

October 14, 2008

Iron Glove: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

d.o.c.s. Gallery, New Orleans


Interview: "Louisiana Artist" [listen]

 

Hosted by Jacqueline Bishop

March 2007


Animal Magnetism [read]

 

By D. Eric Bookhardt

May 15, 2007

Desire in America: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

d.o.c.s. Gallery, New Orleans


Funny, sexy, smart [read]

Somewhere between an Italian TV commercial and a  Jetsons cartoon is the icy vision of Elizabeth Fox

 

By Doug MacCash

November 12, 2004 

Glamzon: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

Barrister's Gallery


Glamazon [read]

 

By D. Eric Bookhardt

December 21, 2004

Glamzon: Paintings by Elizabeth Fox

Barrister's Gallery


Not-Your-Mama's-Jazz-Fest-Poster

 

From the Times-Picayune review of the show: "The group exhibit "Not Your Mama's Jazzfest Poster," now on display at Barrister's Gallery, is a selection of tongue-in-cheek alternatives to the popular festival souvenir, created by artists who are probably too far out for the staid Jazzfest to consider. ...No future Jazzfest poster will feature a striking scantily clad female fan zealously consuming a sloppy roast beef po-boy like Elizabeth Fox's scintillating design does, either." – Doug MacCash, Times Picayune (4-16-04).

 

Barrister's Gallery, New Orleans

Not-Your-Mama's-Jazz-Fest-Poster

 

From the Gambit Weekly review of the show: "...considering how weirdly off the mark the official Jazz Fest poster is this year (its ostensible depiction of Harry Connick Jr. somehow looks more like Warren Beatty, or maybe his phantom love child), this show makes for a refreshingly offbeat contrast. Take, for instance, Elizabeth Fox's Jazzfest With the Locals, a pop-social realist slice of life featuring a scantily clad babe stuffing her face with a long, drippy po-boy as a tranced-out, Quintron/Miss Pussycat-like duo onstage waxes rhapsodic with a keyboard and maracas. In fact, they all seem tranced out, probably for good reasons. Succinctly simple, it's a commentary on consumer culture, local garden variety, as if Hogarth or Daumier had been reborn into the MTV generation." - D. Eric Bookhardt, Gambit Weekly (4-27-04).

 

Barrister's Gallery, New Orleans


No Dead Artists

 

From the review of the show: "Elizabeth Fox's absolutely marvelous 'Greek Goddess Shoe Shopping' is a gorgeous bit of magic realism, as meticulously painted (though not as busy) as a Douglas Bourgeois - no kidding." – Doug MacCash, Times Picayune (9-12-03).

 

Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans. Juried exhibition. Judges: David S. Rubin, Visual Arts Curator, Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans; Don Marshall, Director UNO Arts & Administration Program; Erik Neil, Director of the Newcomb Art Gallery, Tulane University; Ann Zatarain, Gallery Director of the Jonathan Ferrara gallery, and Jonathan Ferrara.



Foxy Feet [read]

Article in Shuz Magazine

 

by Don Peterkin
Spring 2001