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In her seductive polished marbles, Lily Ente makes no reference to the human form, delights the eye instead with undulating scalloped edges, light filled slits in the stone, and lean slabs that seem like miniature models of grand architecture.”

—Time Magazine, June 1965

Lily Ente, sculpture, Noon 4Lily Ente, monoprint, Laughing FormsLily Ente, Gallery to Assorted Media Gallery, wood and metal sculpture, titled Woodstock

 

 

 

  • Mixed Gallery

    Lily Ente Studio, Woodstock, NY, monoprint and sculpture Lily Ente Studio, Woodstock, NY, Dark Lady (Ebony), Dawn (White Italian marble) and Dusk (Black Belgian marble) sculptures Lily Ente Studio, Woodstock, NY, left interior Head, Lily Ente, Black Belgian marble Untitled, Lily Ente, Charcoal Night 5, Lily Ente, Black Belgian marble
  • Maintaining a legacy…

    Recently published Woodstock Times article by Paul Smart illuminates Lily Ente's complex history and includes new quotes by her daughter Paulette Esrig. “Art truly saved her life. She had had a horrific childhood. She had enormous drive.” To read full article click here