Elizabeth Madrigal spent her early life as a classical violinist, torch/jazz singer and writer, with her broader interests rooted in community activism and improving the lives of adults and children through the arts, cultural preservation and advocacy. Originally from a family of visual artists and opera singers, she sculpts in clay and porcelain and is a watercolor painter. She served as an Arts Commissioner representing Ridgefield on the Clark County Arts Commission
and currently maintains the website for the Ridgefield Art Association.
Elizabeth is the project manager for the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation, a national foundation dedicated to the perpetuation, promotion and appreciation of Native arts and cultures through philanthropy and advocacy.
She shares 5 acres with her husband, three cats and the deer and plans to publish some fiction works... one of these days. Her visual art focuses on what she loves: children, animals, nature and, of course, hot chile peppers!
Elizabeth can be reached 360-887-4530 or via email @ email@example.com