Brooklyn, NY
MA in Counseling, Manhattan College.
MFA in Studio Arts, Maine College of Art.
BFA in Painting, Massachusetts College of Art.
BA in English, University of Florida.



(Solo) Past Forward. Five Points GalleryTorrington, CT. (July 5- August 10)


Small Works. New York Artists Equity Gallery, New York, NY.

Among Friends 4. Metaphor Projects, Brooklyn, NY.


Among Friends 3. New York Artists Equity Gallery, New York, NY.


Parallel Pursuits. Kathryn Markel Fine Art, New York, NY. Tamar Zinn, Curator.

Small Wonders. Kathryn Markel Fine Art, New York, NY.
Art on Paper 2020. Pier 36, New York, NY. 

Group Show, Kathryn Markel Fine Art, New York, NY.
Unlikely Materials and the Language of Art. Krasdale Galleries. Hunts Point and White Plains, NY.
Home as Shelter. Happylucky No 1. Brooklyn, NY.

Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself. Cigar Factory. Long Island City, NY.
Abductions and Reconstructions. Real Art Ways. Hartford, CT. David Borawski, Curator.

Excessive Frugality.  ODETTA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
Waxwing Literary Journal. Cover art.  Spring 2017 issue.

Precarious Constructs.  Venus Knitting Art Space. Brooklyn, NY.
Lightly Structured. Sculpture Space NYC, Long Island City, NY. Patricia Zarate, Curator.
Appropriation and Such. 337 project space, Grand Rapids, MI.

Kiosk. ODETTA Flat Files, Brooklyn, NY.

NURTUREart Benefit. Brooklyn, NY.
The Girls Next Door. Ground Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
It's a Small World. R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY.

(Solo) fragments of our own. NURTUREart, Brooklyn, NY. [catalog]
How Simple Can You Get? Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT. Robert Storr, Juror.

(Solo) Parts to the Whole. The Medicine Factory, Memphis, TN. Maysey Craddock, Curator.

Revealing the Ordinary. Gallery Korea, New York, NY. [catalog]
Signs on the Road. Winkelman Curatorial Research Lab, New York, NY.

Ekleksographia. [video and digital images]. Rich Murphy, Guest Editor.

Many Kinds of Nothing. Montserrat College of Art Gallery, Beverly, MA. Shana Dumont, Curator. [catalog]
Inertia Magazine, IV. [collages].  Rich Murphy, Guest Editor.

Neo-Abstraction. AG Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Tomoko Ashikawa, Curator.

(Solo) Re:Union. HallSpace, Boston, MA.
(Solo) Opening. Elizabeth A. Beland Gallery, Essex Art Center, Lawrence, MA.
DNA Gallery, Provincetown, MA.
The Schoolhouse Galleries, Provincetown, MA.

150 x 150. The Gallery @ Green Street, Jamaica Plain, MA.
(Solo) MFA Thesis Show. Maine College of Art, Portland, ME.
Remains: Four Artists Mine Memory and Meaning. Lamont Gallery, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH. Barbara Rita Jenny, Curator.
Marks Made. Cushing-Martin Gallery, Stonehill College, Easton, MA. Jennifer Roff, Guest Curator.
Sacred and Profane. [installation/performance] Battery Steele, Peaks Island, Portland, ME.

(Two-person) Lost & Found. The Mills Gallery, Boston, MA. Rebecca Tasker, Curator. [catalog]
Visual Feast. Kingston Gallery, Boston, MA.
South Enders. The Mills Gallery, Boston, MA. Annette Lemieux, Juror.

Salon. Montserrat College of Art Gallery, Beverly, MA. [catalog]

17th Annual Drawing Show. The Mills Gallery, Boston, MA.  Bill Arning, Curator. [catalog]

150 x 150. The Gallery @ Green Street, Jamaica Plain, MA.
Certain Moments. Art with modern dance. Mobius, Boston, MA. Jody Weber, Choreographer.
For the Time, Being. A collaborative installation with Traci Wile and Asa Chibas. Fort Point Arts Community Gallery, Boston, MA.

100 x 100. The Gallery @ Green Street, Jamaica Plain, MA.
7th Invitational Exhibition. The John Slade Ely House, New Haven, CT.
New Art ‘99. MPG, Boston, MA. Carl Belz, Juror.
DD-MM-YY. Empty foundry, Hartford, CT. David Borawski, Curator.
Verge. Art with modern dance. Green Street Studios, Cambridge, MA. Jody Weber, Choreographer.

(Solo) Skin and Bones. Gallery 70, Worcester, MA.
100 x 100. The Gallery @ Green Street, Jamaica Plain, MA.
Gallery 70 II Boston Debut. Fort Point Arts Community Gallery, Boston, MA.
Small Work. The Gallery @ Green Street, Jamaica Plain, MA.
Gallery 70 Inaugural Group Show. Gallery 70, Worcester, MA.


2021  South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities,
          Greenville, SC.
2018  Live Culture Episode 37: Structive (De, Con & In) (WPKN podcast).
2013  NURTUREart Non-Profit, Brooklyn, NY.
2012  LIM College, New York, NY.
          Rhodes College, Memphis, TN.
2008  Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA.
2001  School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Post-Baccalaureate Program,
          Boston, MA.
2000  Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA.


2023  Best in Show, Small Works, Five Points Gallery, Torrington, CT [prize: solo in 2024!]

2007  Vermont Studio Center (partial fellowship).

2003  Albert Murray Educational Fund Grants (also in 2002 and 2001).
2002  Maine College of Art Grants (also in 2001).
2001  Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant, Finalist, Sculpture.
          St. Botolph Club Foundation Grant-in-Aid.
1999  Gallery Award, New Art ‘99, MPG, Boston.



Artists on Coping: Liz Sweibel, Interview in Art Spiel

Doherty, D. (201, July 18). "How Simple Can You Get?" A remarkable show at Creative Arts Workshop. New Haven Register
Galgiani, A., & Manousakis, D. (2013, September 5). Art is BACK! 10 Bushwick art shows to defeat "summer nihilism." Bushwick Daily.
Knutson, A. (2013, September 4). GOS artist profile: Liz Sweibel and trying to figure "it" out. Art in Limbo. 
Wei, L. (2012). Gallery Korea's 2011 round-up. Gallery Korea 2011: Finalists from the Call for Artists 2011. New York: Korean Cultural Service.

Raymond, D. (2008/2009, December/January). Spotlight review: Many Kinds of Nothing. Art New England.

McQuaid, C. (2008, October 5). “Nothing” is happening: Minimalist works help provoke a meditative state.  Boston Sunday Globe.

McCoy, M. B. (2004, June/July). Liz Sweibel: Re:Union. Art New England, p. 30.

McQuaid, C. (2002, March 29). Using found objects, artists create works that grapple with loss.  The Boston Globe, p. F18.
McQuaid, C. (2002, December 29). The best of 2002: City’s energetic galleries flourished despite economic slump. Boston Sunday Globe, p. N2.
Sherman, M. (2002, March 10). Discover new sculpture at “Lost & Found.” Boston Herald, p. 63.

Taylor, C. (2000, June 10). Duo makes “Moments” count. Boston Herald, p. 22.

Birke, J. (1999, October 31). Revamped Ely House hosts distinguished invitational. New Haven Register, p. D1.
Cash, D. (1999, March 20). Green Street offers intimacy and humor. The Boston Globe, p. F3.
Damsker, M. (1999, February 7). Edgy art inhabits Hartford foundry. The Hartford Courant, p. G5.
Rosoff, P. (1999, April/May). DD-MM-YY: An exhibition of contemporary art. Art New England, p. 37.
Rosoff, P. (1999, February 11). Extension cords and serendipity: Voila!  Instant moveable art installation. Hartford Advocate, p. 22.