Elizabeth Lampman Davis is a writer and illustrator based in northern Florida. She finds special joy in illustrating and writing about imaginary worlds, foster care and adoption, blended families, and all things nature. Her artistic style is focused on people and light, with a special emphasis on creative/imaginative play and the outdoors.
Elizabeth is represented by the wonderful Jennifer March Soloway at Andrea Brown Literary Agency.
Elizabeth’s work has been displayed in solo exhibitions at the Tallahassee International Airport and Leroy Collins Public Library. She delivered a lecture and illustration demonstration for the Leon County Public Library System in August, 2021 and won first place for her illustration in the 2020 Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators (SCBWI) statewide Rising Kite Contest.
Library Lecture Series: Drawing With Whimsy & Magic with Elizabeth Lampman Davis | VisitTallahassee.com | August, 2021
Artport exhibit of artist’s digital illustrations spotlights children’s diversity | Tallahassee Democrat | February, 2021
Nature Sparks illustrator’s imagination in ‘Turning the Page’ exhibit | Tallahassee Democrat | February, 2021
Turning the Page: Inclusive Illustrations by Elizabeth Lampman Davis | Council on Culture & Arts | Tallahassee/Leon County | January, 2021
Illustrator Spotlight: Elizabeth Lampman Davis | KidLit411 | April, 2019
Elizabeth is in the thirteenth year of running Elizabeth Davis Photography and the eighth year of running Elizabeth Davis Design. She lives with her husband and children in North Florida and would someday like to have a root cellar.
Elizabeth would love to hear from you! Drop her a message here
(or send an email directly to elampdav(at)gmail(dot)com).