Adjunct Faculty, Art
BS, Syracuse University; MA, Columbia University
About Elizabeth D’Amico:
Liz D’Amico has taught art in both public and private schools on all levels, kindergarten through grade twelve. Before becoming adjunct in the visual arts department at Plymouth State University, she served as a mentor for PSU art education students. She helped develop the curriculum for Creativity and the Visual World and currently teaches two sections of this course.
A mixed media artist, D’Amico’s body of work includes printmaking, painting, ceramics, sculpture, collage, and photography. Her work is exhibited regularly in regional and national exhibits and can be found in private collections locally and nationally. Much of her work has to do with creating awareness of climate change with the message to take passionate action now.
As an active professional musician and a contributing author to national art education magazines, D’Amico’s interests and involvement relate to areas beyond, but related to, the visual arts. She has created and directed Revels children’s productions and maintained a private piano studio with an emphasis on the Suzuki method. Other interests include organic gardening, cooking, reading and nature studies.
D’Amico is a Signature Member of the National Collage Society, the Women’s Caucus for the Arts and the AVA Gallery.
“Those who wish to sing always find a song,” Swedish proverb