Grace Liberator, American (1957 - )

“My work feels more worthy of myself when I let it direct me.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson once suggested that everyone should follow his or her own path. Grace Liberator has certainly done that. Born in Hartford, Connecticut, Grace attended college in the hills of New Hampshire while studying studio drawing. During the late seventies she moved to Paris, worked as an Au Pair and studied in small studios on the Left Bank. Following the birth of her daughter she returned to America where she finally settled in her New York City home in 1989. After spending twenty triumphant years working in the securities industry as a manager Grace moved on to follow a different path. She now expends her energy and creativity fashioning unique oil paintings. She has studied on and off at the Art Students League in New York City since 1990. While studying there she discovered a passion for modern art, which she now attacks with vigor. Presently, Grace works on canvas with oils. She is fascinated with the use of color and design and usually the painting takes form (realistic and portraits) through layers of paint. In her abstract paintings she constantly works on the painting as she turns it around in circles finding a balance from every viewpoint. She seeks inspiration for her artwork from her own photography with which she captures many emotional human images, her walks in nature and images found in print.

Art Student League Group Exhibition: December 2002, February 2003

MAY 2003 Matrix Investment U.S.A., LLC, New York City: Solo Exhibition May 2003

JANUARY 2004 Joseph Fishl Gallery, 1397 Third Ave., NY: Solo Exhibition January 2004

AUGUST 2004 Seven Days Weekly Newspaper, 255 S. Champlain Street, Burlington, VT: “Belly Laugh” on Cover of Artist Section August 2004

2005 - 2006 Acadiana center for the Arts, 101 West Vermilion St., Lafayette, LA: Group Exhibition ‘Sustained Winds” Katrina/New Orleans) December 2005-March 2006 (3 Artworks)Three Katrina Paintings are presently on a traveling exhibit until later in 2008

JULY 2006 - Outside Mural in the Projects of Long Island City, NY (12 ft high and 200 ft long) Sponsored by:

JULY 2007 - Outside Mural in the Projects of Long Island City, NY (3 walls each 13 ft high and 30 ft wide)Sponsored by:

Solo Exhibition on behalf of The Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion.Bronx Supreme Court, Bronx, NY

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