Living the Dream is a digital pop art piece meant to bring inspiration to the viewer. To the artist, it serves as an active message, bringing a sense of hope, excitement and fun to all that pass by and urging them to be the star of their own show.
A BIG thank you goes to Novel Coworking for allowing us to utilize the windows of the property at 405 Main.
Elizabeth Carrington is known for her colorful, pop art paintings, public art and textiles, which mix graffiti-style lettering, doodles and collage with graphic screenprinted imagery. Her pieces comment on dogmas and widely held beliefs in popular culture and pay homage to times of revolution and upheaval that move the needle of society’s moral compass. Her work is fun and whimsical, and is informed by her lifelong love of travel, music, action sports/outdoors and growing up in San Francisco in the 80s. She has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arizona, then moved to Utah to compete in snowboard freestyle events and big mountain competitions like the X Games. Elizabeth moved back to San Francisco in 2000 to pursue a career in advertising and graphic design and worked for companies including the Coors brand, Kimpton Hotels, and the City of San Francisco. Elizabeth is currently San Antonio-based and is involved in the art and design world, participating in and showing at galleries, events, retail shops, museums, public and corporate art projects, all while continuing her career in graphic design.