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Elizabeth Jabar, Associate Professor

Elizabeth Jabar

Elizabeth A. Jabar is a print based artist and her hybrid works on paper explore ideas of ethnicity and heritage. In her printed assemblages and artists books she displays a highly personal visual language, incorporating cultural motifs from folk art, religious traditions and textiles. Her works have been shown at galleries and museums nationally and internationally, including Victoria Arts Connection, Victoria, BC, Canada, Red Gher Gallery, National Gallery of Art, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, Pyramid Atlantic, Rhode Island School of Design, Long Beach Island Foundation for the Arts and Sciences, Montserrat College, Colby College Museum of Art, The Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, The Center for Maine Contemporary Art, University of New England, The College of the Atlantic, La Jolla Fiber Arts, La Jolla California, Print Zero Studios, Seattle, Washington, Brighthill Press, Treadwell, New York, Hunter College, New York and The Center for Book Arts, New York, New York. Jabar’s work is in the collections of Pratt Institute, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Tides Institute, Maine Arts Commission, Amity Arts Foundation, New York Public Library and Print Zero Studios. Elizabeth’s gallery representation is Susan Maasch Fine Art in Portland, Maine. Her work was recently published in 50/ 50 A Survey of Contemporary Printmaking. Jabar has also won grants and awards including a fellowship residency at Vermont Studio Center in 2009. Elizabeth is Associate Professor of Printmaking and Foundation at Maine College of Art in Portland, Maine.


BFA, Massachusetts College of Art
MFA, Pratt institute

Now showing 1-2 of 2 result(s)
Printmaking Faculty - Elizabeth Jabar
THE WORLD OVER: MECA Faculty Exhibition: Elizabeth Jabar