In 1986, Elizabeth Hill earned a BFA in Sculpture from The University of The Arts in Philadelphia. Her sculptures have been exhibited in solo and group shows nationally and internationally, with reviews in various publications such as The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Philadelphia Weekly, The Courier Post, and Scotland’s Elgin Times.  She has also received numerous awards and grants.

Ms. Hill has taught sculpture at her Alma Mater, the Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts, Moore College of Art And Design, Camden County Community College, and The New York Academy of Graduate Figurative Art.  In fall 1995, she served as Artist-In Residence at Binghamton University. She lectured and juried student exhibitions at Philadelphia’s Fleisher Memorial, and served as guest critic of graduate and undergraduate sculpture at American University, and graduate sculpture at The Brooklyn College of Art.