View Constance Edwards Scopelitis' representation on Artsy here. 

Additionally, see Scopelitis' representation on ArtNet here.  

To view Scopelitis' CV, please click here

DeHaan Artist of Distinction Award of the Arts Council of Indianapolis - January 2020

 DeHaan Artist of Distinction Award of the Arts Council of Indianapolis - January 2020 

Scopelitis, alongside 4 other recipients, was selected and given the DeHaan Artist of Distinction Award of the Arts Council of Indianapolis. The aim of the program and grant is to recognize contemporary visual artists and support their exceptional projects.

Art Spiel - December 2019

Art Spiel - December 2019

Read Liz Garvey’s remarks & comments on her beautiful New York showroom, GarveySimon, her outlook on collection contemporary artwork, and her process behind her thoughtfully curated exhibition, SELECT4. View the conversation here.

Art Miami - December 2019

Art Miami - December 2019

Constance's newest Lenticular Print "Flower Boom" will be exhibited during Art Basel 2019 with Long Sharp Gallery December 3-8. For more details about the fair, please visit Art Miami's Official Site

SELECT4 with Garvey|Simon - October 2019

SELECT4 with Garvey|Simon - October 2018

Utilizing vintage family handkerchiefs, Constance has created a unique collection of rare, small drawings called "God is in Clean Laundry". She presents surprising images one might encounter while hanging clean laundry on the line. 
This new series, which can be viewed on the TEXTILES tab on this website, debuted on the top tier, prestigious online art buying platforms: Arsty and 1stDibs. The exhibition "SELECT4", curated by GarveySimon, presents Scopelitis' work and others throughout the months of October through December.

Constance Edwards Scopelitis & Quiet Lunch Magazine Interview - December 2018

Read an interview held between Constance Edwards Scopelitis & writer Kurt McVey concerning Art Miami and Constance's group exhibition Tech Effect presented at the Cornell Art Museum in Del Ray, FL. You can visit the website at their link  Constance Edwards Scopelitis Embraces The “Tech Effect” - Quiet Lunch or read the article via PDF, found below. 

Cornell Museum "Tech Effect" - October 2018

Cornell Museum "Tech Effect" - October 2018

Constance exhibited her Digital Art Media works, as well as her Master Graphite Drawings, in a group show "Tech Effect" held at the Cornel Museum in Delray, FL.  For more information, please visit Cornell Art Museum

* If you are in Delray, FL on December 5th, you are welcome to join Constance and the Cornell Art Museum for their event Beyond Art Basel, where artists will have an evening to converse about their art in the exhibition. Please visit their official event page on Facebook.

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Art Fair - January 2018

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Art Fair - January 2018

Constance's Digital Media artwork "SHOCKRA" was exhibited at Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary International Art Fair January 12-15, 2018. For more details about the fair, please visit Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary International Art Fair

Art Miami - December 2017

Art Miami - December 2017 

Constance's Digital Media artwork "PEACE: The Color Version" was exhibited at Art Miami December 5-10, 2017. For more details about the fair, please visit Art Miami's Official Site

BlouinArtInfo Article on Athena Shrugged: Remix - November 2017

BlouinArtInfo Article on Athena Shrugged: Remix - November 2017

Constance Edwards Scopelitis and other participants of Athena Shrugged: Remix, hosted at the Long-Sharp Gallery in Indianapolis, have been featured in the international BlouinArtInfo website. For the news release, as well as a small slideshow of the images in the exhibition, please visit BlouinArtInfo's webpage here; Athena Shrugged: Remix

Athena Shrugged: Remix - November 2017

Athena Shrugged: Remix - November 2017 

Join Long-Sharp Gallery as we celebrate women in the arts with "Athena Shrugged Remix." Exploration of the role of women in the contemporary art world has been a year long project at Long-Sharp Gallery.  Indeed, “Athena Shrugged Remix” is the 5th installment of a five-part project that began earlier this year in Long-Sharp Gallery’s New York Project Space.  Parts I-IV of the series constituted solo exhibits in LSG New York, each focused on the work of one female artist: Constance Edwards Scopelitis (Indiana, Part I), Jamea Richmond-Edwards, (Maryland, Part II), Sabina Klein (New York, Part III), and Tatyana Fazlalizadeh (New York, Part IV). 

The series ends in Indianapolis with Athena Shrugged Remix.  This final group exhibit includes works by the artists exhibited in New York this year (Scopelitis, Richmond-Edwards, Klein, Fazlalizadeh) and adds invited Indiana artists Anila Quayyum Agha (Indianapolis) and Cagney King (Greenfield), Amy Kirchner (Indianapolis), and Mary Pat Wallen (Warsaw). 

A panel discussion on Women in the Arts will take place November 2017.The discussion will be moderated by Shannon Linker, Vice President of the Indianapolis Arts Council and the Curator for Gallery 924.  Panelists will be Constance Edwards Scopelitis, Amy Kirchner, Anila Quayyum Agha, and Cagney King.

Athena Shrugged: Scopelitis Solo Exhibition - March 2017

Athena Shrugged: Scopelitis Solo Exhibition  - March 2017 

Words shared on Artnet: A bit about Constance Edwards Scopelitis, whose works are on display at present: A student of renowned female figurative artist Isabel Bishop, Edwards Scopelitis was on the jury’s short list for “Art Prize 2016.” Her works can be found in museum exhibitions and important corporate and private collections throughout the United States and Europe. A 2013 Eli Lilly Artist Renewal Grant pushed Edwards Scopelitis into the new body of work which is the genesis for her solo exhibit at Long-Sharp Gallery’s New York Project Space.

To read a magazine article on the solo show, please view the D/Railed link provided below. 

D/Railed Magazine Article - March 2017

D/RAILED Magazine - March 2017 

Through the Looking Glass: Innovative Women Artists Who Reclaimed the Gaze At New York Armory Art Week

by Audra Lambert

Art on Paper-March 2017

Art on Paper-March 2017

 

Constance’s Graphite work of "PEACE" and Digital Art Media "PEACE, The Color Version" were exhibited during New York’s 2017 Art on Paper, located in downtown Manhattan’s Pier 36.

For more information on Art on Paper, please visit http://thepaperfair.com/ny

To read and view a collection of works and installations presented at Art on Paper 2017, visit Hyperallergic's article covering the 2017 fair. 

ArtPrize 8 Juried Finalist - September 2016

ArtPrize 8 Juried Finalist - September 2016

Constance’s Digital Art Media piece “Bang-Bang!” was selected by the ArtPrize 8 juror Yesomi Umolu, Exhibitions Curator at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts at the University of Chicago, as a finalist for the Time-Based category. Constance’s piece, a continuing medium in both drawing and digital multimedia, reflects and intertwines contemporary issues surrounding gun policy and the future of American lives.

For the announcement of the finalists, please visit & read ArtPrize 8 Category Jurors Reveal Their Shortlists

Crossroads New Media - April 2016

Crossroads New Media - April 2016

Words shared on Artnet: Long-Sharp Gallery is pleased to announce our latest exhibit, "Crossroads New Media", which showcases multimedia works by three Indiana Artists. 


"Crossroads New Media" showcases works by Myers (Logansport), Michael Lasater (South Bend), and Constance Edwards Scopelitis (Indianapolis). Gallery owner Rhonda Long-Sharp says it is “an exhibit one might expect to see in New York, Miami, or LA presented at a time when the world has its eyes on our city.” Each artist creates these works at home in Indiana. 

Constance Scopelitis - On Drawing

To execute photo realistic drawings takes commitment, patience, and stillness. The heart slows, blood pressure lowers, and the mind stays in a meditative state of now. There is satisfaction seeing the trail of your mark making transform white paper into something else entirely. Content matters and it can be read very clearly in black and white. - Constance Edwards Scopelitis

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