Elizabeth Hill is a sculptor whose works have been exhibited and reviewed nationally and internationally. A graduate of the University of the Arts, she has taught sculpture and pageantry puppet-making at a variety of universities and community organizations. Among these are the University of the Arts, PAFA, the New York Academy of Graduate Figurative Art, Binghamton University and the Findhorn Foundation.
She has received awards from such diverse places as The International Sculpture Center and The March of Dimes, and grants from the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation and the UArts Venture Fund. Through various community-based organizations, she also conducts workshops with schoolchildren, often those with special needs.
She spent four years living in a spiritual and environmental community in Scotland called Findhorn, where she participated as a maintenance person, a cook, a puppet-maker and a clown. Hill is also a registered nurse, with experience working in pediatric home care with medically fragile and technology–dependent children. Her life as a healer and a caregiver has now fully merged with her life as a sculptor and performer—one informs and influences the other.
Hill teaches Sculpture in the Continuing Education program.