Elizabeth Miklavcic is a dual American and Italian citizen who has been studying, investigating and experimenting with digital painting for over nineteen years. She's been photographing ever since her mother gave her a little brownie camera as a child. She picked up her first digital camera in 2001 and was immediately hooked, even as the debate between film and digital photography was raging.
Elizabeth was nominated for a 1992-1993 Utah Arts Council Visual Art Fellowship. The fellowship exhibition, View of Nine, was held at the Salt Lake Art Center April 3-May 15, 1992. Her performance art installation, Chrysalis, was exhibited in February 1986 at the Salt Lake Art Center simultaneously with James Pridgeon’s The Big Picture installation, and she participated in the Art Center’s 1986 lecture series.
Elizabeth Miklavcic is the Founding Co-Director of Another Language Performing Arts Company. Her artistic influences are filled with motion through the experience of dancing and performing since the age of four. Elizabeth’s E-Scape paintings and other visual art works are available at Miklavcic Art & Media, The Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, and as incentives for Another Language Performing Arts Company. Through Faticart Contemporary Art Association Elizabeth’s digital work has been seen in China, Germany and throughout Italy. Her work, within a Faticart project, is in the permanent collection at the Casoria Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) International Contemporary Art Center Association, Naples, Italy. She can be contacted at elizabeth(at)miklavcic(dot)media. View resume.