ELIZABETH IRENE COSTIGAN
grew up in Rochester, NY. her mother, an artist and innovator, taught her to make 'something from nothing' and the value of filling void with beauty. she studied Photojournalism in Omaha and focused on combining Art, Journalism, and Sociology.
she traveled with only a backpack. she traveled again. she collected jewelry.
she found home in the mountains and began to explore and appreciate copper as a grounding and dynamic medium.