Elizabeth Castaldo

Bio

Elizabeth Castaldo (she/her) is the Studio Manager at Center for Book Arts.

Castaldo is an artist, printmaker, and bookbinder living and working in Peekskill, NY and New York City.

She received her MFA from SCAD Atlanta where she was a Dean’s Fellow in Printmaking and her BFA from the School of Visual Arts.

Castaldo works with printmaking, drawing, and collage to make works on paper and artist’s books that explore nature and the body.

She has completed residencies at the Center for Book Arts and Printmaker’s Open Forum.

In November 2020, her solo exhibition, Proximate Magic, was presented at Saint Joseph’s College in Patchogue NY. In 2019 Elizabeth’s work was included in the traveling exhibition, “Freed Formats: The Book Reconsidered”.

She organized the exchange portfolio “Earth/Mother” for the SGCI 2020 conference “Puertografico”.

She teaches printmaking and book arts at Parsons School of Design and the Center for Book Arts.

Castaldo’s work is held in many private and institutional collections including at Savannah College of Art and Design, Carnegie Melon University, Yale University.

You can reach her at studio@centerforbookarts.org.

Disciplines

  • Artist Books
  • Bookbinding
  • Editions & Multiples
  • Teaching
  • Printmaking
  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Collage/ Mixed Media

Contact

www.elizabethcastaldo.com

@ecastaldo_artandbooks