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Raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, Elizabeth McConaughy-Oliver creates an emphasis on behavior and memory using color, shape, and playful characters. Her work focuses on personal experiences to communicate a more open understanding of what it means to be a POC today's society.

She finished her BFA in the Bay Area at California College of the Arts in 2019 and is currently working for the nonprofit 826 Valencia as an illustrator, mentor, and tutor. She also works part time for the creative agency Made In Color as a Creative Graphic Designer. Her work has been displayed at The Society of Illustrators 2019 Student Exhibit in New York City. She has also completed work for The Battery SF, Tenderloin Merchants Association, Meta Open Arts Program, Paint the Void and has had art shows at 111 Minna, and 560 Geary in San Francisco.

Her next step and direction is focusing on building a body of work to apply to a graduate program where she can learn more about art, history and psychology.

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