Emily Weiskopf is a contemporary artist who explores the notion of paths and cycles in various mediums to engage the community through a heightened attention to the crossroads of past, present and future. Born in Syracuse, New York in 1978 she has lived and worked in Brooklyn, New York for over a decade. She received her BFA from the Hartford Art School and her MFA from Tyler School of Art. In 2012, she had a Solo exhibition of her work at John Molloy Gallery (NYC) and her most recent work in aluminum will be in the upcoming Outdoor Sculpture exhibition, Rock Show with Bushwick Open Studios in conjunction with the Lesley Heller Workspace, and the Wassiac Project Summer Festival both in June of 2013. Weiskopf was recently a Rome Prize Finalist and has been awarded numerous fellowships and residencies including the Vermont Studio Center and The Wassiac Project. Weiskopf’s works are represented in both private and public collections.
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