Image making is a way to record and mark a space, creating interest and support in its existence.
Liz Donadio is a Baltimore-based photographer, video artist and educator whose visual practice is centered on the nexus of art, ecology, and architecture. Her photographic prints and immersive installations conjure meditations on the natural and human-made world. Donadio received an MFA from the interdisciplinary studio art graduate program at Towson University in 2012. Her work has been exhibited and screened nationally and is in the collections of the Albin O. Kuhn Library at UMBC and the Maryland Historical Society. For the summer of 2018, Donadio was the Bresler Artist in Residence at VisArts in Rockville, MD. She has work in an upcoming fall 2019 exhibition at Salisbury University and will be performing at the Walters Art Museum’s Art / Sound / Now series with collaborator Shannon Collis in June 2019.
Donadio is a Lecturer of Photography and Art History at Towson University where she teaches digital and analog processes, history of photography, and history of new media. Her teaching philosophy puts importance and focus on sharing different perspectives, seeing the world through a lens, and understanding our cultural history through media.
Donadio owns & operates Color Wheel Digital, a fine-art print studio in Baltimore that works with artists locally and nationally on producing unique bodies of work for exhibitions and portfolios.