1982 MFA, Painting, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT
1980 BA, Art, Smith College, Northampton, MA


2009-10 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant for Painting
2006 Northampton Arts Council Grant
2003 Mellon Foundation Research Grant, Assumption College
2001 Faculty Resource Grant-Assumption College
1999 Connecticut Pastel Society award
1997 Purchase Prize, Bank of Western Massachusetts
1994 Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant

Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2016 “New Oils and Gouaches” Grubbs Gallery, Easthampton, MA
2014 “Shadows” Oresman Gallery, Smith College
2010 “Small Paintings” The Oxbow Gallery, Northampton, MA
2009 “Walls and Light” The Oxbow Gallery, Northampton, MA
2007 “Two Painters” Muse Gallery, Jackson Wyoming
2007 “Views” Richmond Art Center, Windsor, CT
2006 “Mostly Skies” The Oxbow Gallery, Northampton, MA
2004 “Recent Work” The Oxbow Gallery, Northampton, MA
2003 “urban pleasures/rural indulgences” Allen Sheppard Gallery, New York
2002 “Contemporary Landscapes” Washington Art Association, Washington Depot, Ct
2001 “Recent Work” Drury Gallery, Marlboro College, Marlboro, VT.
2000 “Current Landscapes” D’Alzon Arts, Assumption College
1999 “Landscapes” The Vertical Gallery, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY
1997 “Ponds” Wm Baszek Fine Art, Northampton
1994 “Landfills” Jaffee Freed Gallery, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
1993 “Leeds Reservoir” Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst College
1991 “Massachusetts Light” Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
1989 “Hampshire County Art Scene Artist” Springfield Museum of Art

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017  MEADOWS PERSONAL STRUCTURES Venice Biennale  Palazzo Mora    

2014 Chang International Art Biennale, Changzou, China                                                                   

2008 “Counterbalance” Gerald Peters Gallery, New York
2006 “Anniversary Exhibition” The Painting Center, New York
Oresman Gallery, Smith College
2005 The Oxbow Gallery, Invitational Drawing Show
Oresman Gallery, Smith College
2003 Janotta Gallery. Smith College, Faculty Exhibition
2002 Summer Exhibit, Allen Sheppard Gallery, New York
2002 “Changing Prospects: The View From Mount Holyoke” Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, So. Hadley, MA
2001 “Eleven Realists” The Painting Center, New York
1999 “Under a Thousand”-Fletcher/Priest Gallery, Worcester, MA
1999 “Pastels Only” The Pastel Society of New York, Jane Lund, Juror
1998 “Winter Paintings” Cathy Courier Fine Art, Washington, DC
1996 “Summer Landscapes” Andrea Marquit Fine Arts, Boston, MA
1995 “Talent” Allan Stone Gallery, New York
“Painting Today” William Bailey, Juror, Erector Square
“4 Women” Perspective Fine Art, New York
“Nine Painters, “The Painting Center, New York
1994 “A Pastoral Eye” Somerville Art Museum. Somerville, MA
1993 “Contemporary Painters” Art Advisory, New York
“Painting The Oxbow” Center for the Arts, Northampton


2003-present Lecturer, Drawing and Painting, Smith College

Since 1982, Elizabeth Meyersohn has taught painting and drawing at many colleges including Amherst College, Rhode Island School of Design, Assumption College, Mount Holyoke College, Westfield State College, and Brandeis University.

Guest Speaker

2003 Smith College, Art History Methods, Dana Leibsohn
2004 “Landscape” Seminar Arts 366, Professor Bettina Bergmann, Mount Holyoke College
2002 “Contemporary Interpretations of The Oxbow,” Issues in Art History, Mount Holyoke College
2000 “Landscape Redux” Marlboro College
1999 “Recent Paintings” Smith College Art Department
1996 “Re-Inventing the Landscape” Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
1995 “Recent Painting” Amherst College Art Department

Contributing Publications

Cover Paintings, The Massachusetts Review, Autumn 2002
The Alumnae Quarterly, Smith College, Spring 1992


Kerry O’Keefe, “Conversations about Painting” The Artful Mind, March/April 2009
Larry Parnass, “When Sky Proves no Limit” The Daily Hampshire Gazette, July 5, 2004
Roger Boyce, “Painting,” Art New England, November 1, 2004
Amanda Gordon, “The Story of A Painting,” The New York Sun, February 3, 2003
Grace Glueck, “ Hymning the Mountain in Many Views.” The New York Times, September 13th 2002 (mention)


2015 Provincetown Dune Shack Residency, Provincetown, MA

Selected Collections

D’Emmanual D’Alzon Library, Assumption College
Bay State Medical Center, Springfield Mass.
Bank of Western Massachusetts
Loomis/Chaffee School, Windsor Ct
Toper Ford, South Hadley, Mass.
The New York Sun
ABC NEWS, Columbus Ave, NY
Yarkey Collection, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA
Numerous Private Collections