An Impressionist Painter -Joan Liebowitz- depicts beauty and balance - with scenes from the Riviera - Tropical Islands - New York City - Seascapes - Landscapes - A special love of flowers results in spontaneous, colorful, bouquets.
Louise Nevelson commented, "Joan Liebowitz paints fresh, free-flowing paintings."
The artist traveled extensively in the United States and throughout the world and participated in the "Art in Embassies Program."
The artist has sold her paintings to Laurance Rockefeller, and many artworks are hanging in public and patient rooms at Sloan-Kettering Hospital, New York City, donated by the Rockefellers.
Currently her paintings of the Hamptons, Long Island scenes are for sale at Parish Art Museums.
In the past the artist participated in the Art in Embassies program from Washington, D.C. and represented the United States Bi-Centennial in 1976 with a one-woman show at the Casino de Monte Carlo.
Subjects of Joan Liebowitz' art include flowers, landscapes, vacation spots, figures, portraits, and still life.
Casino of Monte Carlo
Citibank, New York
Wainscott Gallery, Wainscott, New York
Star Gallery, Palm Beach
James Hunt Gallery, Palm Beach
Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York
Morning Calm Gallery, New York
Mark Humphrey Gallery, Southampton, New York
Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York
Salmagundi Club, New York
Atrium Club, New York
Essex House Hotel, New York
Good Food Magazine
Private Clients (List on Request)
The Prime Minister of Norway
HSH Princess Grace of Monaco
L.B. Kaye Real Estate
Sloan Kettering Hospital
The Hedges, East Hampton
Albert C. Bellas
Baron von Ruckteschell
Mrs. Louis Lefkowitz