Elizabeth Person is an illustrator based in Everett, Washington. Using pen and watercolor, she sketches from life and creates “illustrative infographics” featuring Northwest themes and geography.
Inspired by her travels and curiosity, Elizabeth Person unites ink and watercolor to create modern depictions of maps and “illustrative infographics.” Whether detailing the luscious greenery of her native Pacific Northwest or providing a comprehensive look at the human skeletal structure, Elizabeth’s artworks are precise, instantly recognizable and endlessly beautiful.
Her artwork can be found in shops around the Puget Sound, at northwest art festivals and in her children’s book debut, To Live in an Island, out now! She has served as a Cultural Arts Commissioner for the City of Everett since 2011. Her love for maps originates from her tendency to get lost.