“Man,” a copper plate etching from Elisabeth Stevens’s livre d’artiste, THE SUFFERERS, will be included in the New Prints 2017/ Summer at the INTERNATIONAL PRINT CENTER NEW YORK.  The exhibition runs from July 16-September 17, 2017 at the IPCNY at 508 West 26th Street, New York 10001. It in ...
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Elisabeth Stevens: Artist, Writer

A writer, graphic artist, journalist and critic, Elisabeth Stevens has published  22 books and created many etchings and other artworks. She was the art critic for The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and The Baltimore Sun. She also published six short-story collections, two novels and six ...
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Stevens behind open copy of her livre d’artiste, ERANOS. ERANOS (2000) is a limited edition, boxed short story with original etchings. There are posters of her ink drawings from her 2015 paperback;THE SIXTIES IN BLACK AND WHITE: DRAWINGS BY ELISABETH STEVENS on the wall behind.
In 2017, etchings by Elisabeth Stevens have been included in invitational exhibitions at:The Art Center of Fort Worth, TX (in conjunction with the Fort Worth Artists’ Book Fair);Columbia College in Columbia, MO (“Paper in Particular”);The Bradbury Art Museum in Bradbury, AK (“The Delta Natio ...
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The Joys of Sarasota

“The Joys of Sarasota,” a show of recent etchings by Florida artist/author Elisabeth Stevens, will open on Friday, March 17 at Stakenborg Fine Art, 1545 Main Street, Sarasota, from 6-9 p.m. and continue through March 30th."Nik"The show features three large, imaginative interpretations of local s ...
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Stevens and the THE SIXTIES IN BLACK AND WHITE graphic designer, Christopher Jung, of Studio Jung, Berlin.
At the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum of modern art in Berlin, Germany,  Elisabeth Stevens displays her books and artworks at the “Friends with Books Art Book Fair.” in December 2016.Stevens behind open copy of her livre d’artiste, ERANOS. ERANOS (2000) is a limited edition, boxed short story with ...
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Kirkus Review: ‘American Nocturne’

Unaffected and affirmative lyric poetry on cycles of aging, death, and rebirth.In her aptly titled new collection, Stevens (Sirens’ Songs, 2011, etc.) offers poetry true to the best qualities of the nocturne tradition—atmospheric, tranquil, dusky, and musical verses—while inflecting it with an ...
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See the “Phantasmagoric”

Phantasmagoric: the World of Elisabeth Stevens” was exhibited at the State College of Florida in October,November and December 2015. It featured graphic artworks and books by Elisabeth Stevens and was accompanied by a 30-page illustrated catalog, The show will travel to Goucher College in Baltimor ...
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Laura Schleussner: When organizing your drawings for this book, I noticed that most of them are from the first half of the 1960s. Why? Elisabeth Stevens: In the early 1960s I was living in a fifth-floor, walk-up apartment on York Avenue in New York City. I was working on my PhD in Engl ...
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Artist, fiction writer, poet, and journalist Elisabeth Stevens talks about her dynamic illustrations and the fascinating events she’s covered.(Photo above: art dealer Christian Stakenborg and Elisabeth Stevens) ...
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Photos from the opening night reception for Elisabeth Stevens "Phantasmagoric" at SCF, Oct. 16. ...
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Florida Artist & Writer Elisabeth Stevens