Elizabeth Glaessner "A Worm's Eye View"
Elizabeth Glaessner "A Worm's Eye View"
Elizabeth Glaessner "A Worm's Eye View"
Elizabeth Glaessner "A Worm's Eye View"
Elizabeth Glaessner "A Worm's Eye View"
Elizabeth Glaessner "A Worm's Eye View"

This work premiered at Wilder as part of NERVE, the first installment in the Adult Contemporary series of art exhibitions curated by Nashville Scene arts editor Laura Hutson Hunter. For more information about the NERVE show, click here.

Photography by Daniel Meigs.

Elizabeth Glaessner’s work is a quintessential mix of beauty and fear. It is easy to get drawn into her works with their striking colors and compositions, but what keeps the viewer’s attention are the dark motifs that appear on the surface. Patterns and figures that at once seem familiar take on an eerie, other-worldly feel. Glaessner is represented by PPOW Gallery, where she had a solo show, Mother Tongue, in early 2018. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

• Gouache on paper

12" x 16" Unframed

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Elizabeth Glaessner "A Worm's Eye View"

This work premiered at Wilder as part of NERVE, the first installment in the Adult Contemporary series of art exhibitions curated by Nashville Scene arts editor Laura Hutson Hunter. For more information about the NERVE show, click here.

Photography by Daniel Meigs.

Elizabeth Glaessner’s work is a quintessential mix of beauty and fear. It is easy to get drawn into her works with their striking colors and compositions, but what keeps the viewer’s attention are the dark motifs that appear on the surface. Patterns and figures that at once seem familiar take on an eerie, other-worldly feel. Glaessner is represented by PPOW Gallery, where she had a solo show, Mother Tongue, in early 2018. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

• Gouache on paper

12" x 16" Unframed

Ships direct from Wilder. Please note this work is unframed. Framing upon request for local pick up only at an additional charge.

Shipping charges automatically calculated at checkout are for curbside delivery.  

For threshold or white glove delivery options, please email [email protected] with your specific order and delivery zip code for a customized quote.

Sorry, no international shipping for Furniture or Lighting is available at this time.

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This work premiered at Wilder as part of NERVE, the first installment in the Adult Contemporary series of art exhibitions curated by Nashville Scene arts editor Laura Hutson Hunter. For more information about the NERVE show, click here.

Photography by Daniel Meigs.

Elizabeth Glaessner’s work is a quintessential mix of beauty and fear. It is easy to get drawn into her works with their striking colors and compositions, but what keeps the viewer’s attention are the dark motifs that appear on the surface. Patterns and figures that at once seem familiar take on an eerie, other-worldly feel. Glaessner is represented by PPOW Gallery, where she had a solo show, Mother Tongue, in early 2018. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

• Gouache on paper

12" x 16" Unframed

Ships direct from Wilder. Please note this work is unframed. Framing upon request for local pick up only at an additional charge.

Shipping charges automatically calculated at checkout are for curbside delivery.  

For threshold or white glove delivery options, please email [email protected] with your specific order and delivery zip code for a customized quote.

Sorry, no international shipping for Furniture or Lighting is available at this time.


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