Elizabeth Craig began drawing as a toddler in Ohio and developed her talent studying at the Cleveland Institute of Art while still in high school. She then obtained a degree with honors in Studio Art from Wellesley College, where she excelled in drawing, printmaking, painting, and sculpture.
Elizabeth based her work on Hilton Head Island for many years. She worked locally and also traveled all around the Southeast and in the Chicago and Denver areas to grace homes and businesses with beautiful custom artwork. She now resides in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she teaches art and continues to pursue artistic endeavors.
Over the years, traveling throughout Europe and in Kenya has inspired Elizabeth to study varied media, styles, and subject matter. She is currently working on a series of paintings based on the Maasai of Kenya and the wildlife with which they share the African landscape.
From The easel
* Denver Cow Parade Two of Elizabeth Craig's original designs were chosen for this charity event in Denver, Colorado. "Mootercycle," a cow ridden by a miner and his Jackalope companion and painted in stylish flames, was sponsored by the Left Hand Brewing Company, and Forest City Stapleton sponsored snowboarding cow "Cowabunga, Dude!" This cow was one of a few chosen for manufacture as a figurine and sold worldwide.
* Published in Hilton Head Monthly, and Sporting Clays Magazine.
Interior Design Firms
Elizabeth has extensive experience with working with design firms to fulfill the interior and exterior design needs of their clients.
Bachelor of Arts *** laude from Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA.
Major in French from the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC.