Photographer Liz Arenberg roams the hills of rural Vermont for the series Eden. Her cooly radiant images depict scenes of winter abandonment that evoke a sense of both painful vacancy and soothing quietude. Produced during her time as an artist-in-residence at the Vermont Studio Center in response to the loss of a pregnancy, Eden is a meditation on tender strength and curative isolation.
Liz Arenberg is a photographer and educator living in Brooklyn, New York. She received her BFA in Photographer at Parsons School of Design in 2007, where she received honorable mention for the DataColor Scholarship for her series craigslist.org. In 2011, she received her MFA in Photography, Video & Related Media from the School of Visual Arts. Her series “you see me” was featured in PDN 2011 Annual. Most recently, Liz was a participant in Review Santa Fe, Flash Powder Projects, the Eddie Adams workshop, and a fellow at the Vermont Studio Center. Currently, she partnered with Galerie Vevais to produce a book of her portraiture. Liz is co-director of Crusade for Arts Brooklyn chapter and a museum educator at the Museum of the City of New York.