Liz Squillace lives and works in Bridgeport, CT. She earned a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and participated in the copyist program at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She is a City Canvas Grant recipient for a large scale mural at the Bridgeport Train Station and a Regional Initiative Grant recipient for the Painted Stairway of the Broad Street Steps.
Liz began a grassroots public art campaign in 2005 transforming utility boxes into works of art in Stamford, CT. She continued the enterprise in Bridgeport completing 50 hand-painted utility boxes including one in Amsterdam.
Liz is the owner of Paradox Ink, screenprinting and murals, with a studio/storefront located in the Arcade Mall. To see more of Liz's work, visit Paradox Ink