Elizabeth Schwaiger

Salon interior, blue
Below the Brine, 2020, watercolor, acrylic, and ink on canvas, 48 x 76 in.
Courtesy of the artist and Jane Lombard Gallery.
Reddish figures sitting on the floor
Restless Warmth, 2020, acrylic, watercolor, and oil on canvas, 66 x 61 in.
Courtesy of the artist and Jane Lombard Gallery.

Elizabeth Schwaiger (b. 1985, Texas) is a research-based artist concerned with power dynamics and the climate crisis. She received her MFA from the Glasgow School of Art in 2011. She has exhibited in venues and biennials in the UK and the US including in The Walker Gallery National Museum in Liverpool, The Macintosh Museum in Glasgow, The National Portrait Gallery in London, Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, Glasgow International, Embassy Gallery in Edinburgh, Blue Star Contemporary in San Antonio, and Co-Lab Projects and GrayDUCK Gallery in Austin. In 2019 Ms. Schwaiger was awarded a residency at The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation in Captiva Island, Florida. She lives and works in Brooklyn.