Elizabeth Lampman Davis is an illustrator based in northern Florida. She is represented by the wonderful Jennifer March Soloway at Andrea Brown Literary Agency. Her work is bold, detailed, and often features elements of nature, strong emotions, and imagination. She hopes to see children’s literature expand to reflect more families and children that look like her own and believes that all kids deserve to see themselves depicted as the main character/hero. She loves to collaborate with other artists and writers and would someday like to illustrate a book about the overlap of science and magic.

In previous lives, Elizabeth was a marketing director, freelance photographer, brand developer, and social media manager. She is currently working as in-house graphic designer and lives with her husband, children, and cats in a blue house in Tallahassee.

Solo Exhibitions

Gadsden Arts Center & Museum – Summer 2023

Leroy Collins Public Library – Fall 2021

Tallahassee International Airport – Summer 2020


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

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(or send an email directly to elampdav(at)gmail(dot)com).