RECENT EXHIBITIONS     See the full Biography
2021    “Crafting America,” Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AR
2020-21     "Collective Elegy," Museum of Arts and Design, New York
202 0    "Every Last Thing," Nohra Haime Gallery, New York
2019     “REBOOT,” Nohra Haime Gallery, New York
              "Accidental Vestiges," 108 Contemporary, Tulsa, OK

​              "Derived from the Decorative," Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, Nashville, TN

              "Vin et Design, la Verre Contemporain," Fondation pour la Culture et les Civilisations du Vin, Bordeaux, France​

2018     "Fore and Aft," Museum of Wisconsin Art, West Bend, WI

              "Raw Design," Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco, CA

Beth Lipman

American, b. 1971
Lipman's work explores aspects of material culture through still lives, site-specific installations, and photographs. Her hand-sculpted glass compositions are portraits of individuals and our society through inanimate objects. Every object created, whether broken, “flawed,” or “perfect” is incorporated into the final composition, literally capturing a moment in time. The process of creating defines the final composition; mimesis is abandoned. Mortality, consumerism, materiality, and temporality, critical issues since the inception of the still life tradition in the 17th century, continue to be relevant.

Lipman lives and works in Sheboygan Falls, WI.  She has received numerous awards including a USA Berman Bloch Fellowship, Pollock Krasner Grant, Virginia Groot Foundation Grant, and a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant. Recent works include Secretary with Chipmunk, a multipurpose sculpture for the Chipstone Foundation (WI) and One Portrait of One Man, a response to Marsden Hartley for the Weisman Art Museum (MN). Lipman has exhibited her work internationally at such institutions as the Ringling Museum of Art (FL), ICA/MECA (ME), RISD Museum (RI), Milwaukee Art Museum (WI), Gustavsbergs Konsthall(Sweden) and the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum (DC). Her work has been acquired by numerous museums including the North Carolina Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art (NY), Kemper Museum for Contemporary Art (MO), Smithsonian American Art Museum (DC), Jewish Museum (NY), Norton Museum of Art, (FL), and the Corning Museum of Glass (NY).