Liz Murphy Thomas is an artist, photographer and educator. She holds a BFA in Creative Photography from the University of Florida and an MFA in Photography and Digital Imaging from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Her artwork investigates issues of identity, memory and the associations we give to our possessions. Liz's research interests include utilizing social media in art pedagogy, documenting the developing medium of digital imaging and conceptual histories of tourist sites and the broader sociological underpinnings of tourism.
Selected work included in traveling exhibition
Several of Liz's images are included in the traveling exhibition, A Million Little Pictures | Analog curated by the Brooklyn Art Library. The first showing is in the Brooklyn Art LIbrary throughout September and the second location will be announced in November.
Selected work included in upcoming faculty exhibition
Two of Liz's fiber arts pieces have been included in an exhibition of Visual Arts and Digital Media faculty at the Nathan H. Wilson Center for Fine Arts Gallery on the campus of Florida State College at Jacksonville. The exhibition opens on September 26th and runs through October 18th. More information about the gallery including hours can be found here.