Elizabeth A. Goddard

Email: EGAGoddard@cox.net


Elizabeth A. “Lisa” Goddard is a printmaker whose work includes color and black and white woodcuts, monotype prints, oil paintings and illustrated journals. “I am interested in emphasizing the abstract qualities of familiar landscapes through color, form, line and texture. For me, creating a landscape is about more than defining what is known: it is about internalizing a space, and recreating it as a place beyond. By using flattened shapes, heightened color and the linear elements of pen and ink in my prints, I am able to “set the stage” for a highly personal view of the natural world.”

Goddard’s work can be found in numerous private collections as well as the following institutions and corporations:

Boston Athenaeum, Boston, MA
Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI
Bristol Art Museum, Bristol, RI
University of Connecticut, CT
Wheaton College, MA
Fairfield University, CT
University of West Chester, PA
Eastern Connecticut State University, CT
Slater Memorial Museum, Norwich, CT
Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Lines
Fidelity Investments, Corporate Art Collection, MA
Berkshire Partners, Boston, MA
Cambridge Savings Bank, Cambridge, MA
Women and Infants Hospital, Providence, RI
Providence Art Club Permanent Collection, Providence, RI
Partridge, Snow and Hahn, Providence, RI
Robert Panoff Marketing, N. Attleboro, MA
Gryphon Corporation, Providence, RI
H2O Restaurant, NY
Bice Restaurant, Las Vegas, NV

From 2008 to 2015, Ms. Goddard served as the executive director of the Newport Art Museum, a 105 year old nationally accredited museum and art school housed in the National Landmark John N.A. Griswold House. She has been a regular participant in the New England Museum Association and has juried a number of art exhibitions in Southern New England. In March, 2015 Ms. Goddard retired from the Museum to return to full time printmaking.

She is co-founder of Studio Goddard Partridge located in the arts district of Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Prior to her position at the Museum, Goddard taught painting, drawing and journaling classes and workshops in Rhode Island. Ms. Goddard worked in her early adult life in radio and television both on-air and in the studio in Syracuse, NY, Denver, CO, Middlebury and Burlington,VT and Boston, MA. Among the first women to become members of studio crews and on-air personalities, Ms. Goddard won a New England Emmy Award as Associate Producer of “Miller’s Court”, WCVB-TV. Boston.



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