Elizabeth Addison is a San Francisco Bay Area visual artist, curator, and educator whose widely exhibited works are included in The California Endowment’s permanent collection and collected by numerous private and public collectors. Her primary media include experimental printmaking, installation, audio and digital media.
Addison’s most recent works are in response to a series of “big” dreams and their corresponding real-life locations. Informed by the relationship between science and artistic vision, she invokes the threshold created at their intersection. Her liminal environments reflect upon humankind and its relationship with nature, science, and the comparison of natural and human-made catastrophes.
A longtime artist participant in SOMArts annual Día De Los Muertos, Ms. Addison’s work has been featured at SOMArts, The California Endowment, The Marin Foundation, Claudia Chapline Gallery, The Institute of Noetic Sciences, Artworks Downtown, Abrams Claghorn Gallery, The O’Hanlon Center for the Arts, The Berkeley Civic Center, Kala Art Institute, The Barbara Anderson Gallery, Addison Street Windows, and Oakopolis. She is an Artist-in-Residence at Kala Art Institute, NCWCA’s professional development chair, and a WEAD (Women’s Environmental Artists’ Directory) member.