Elizabeth Miller Mccue


Yardley, Pennsylvania

Elizabeth studied Southeast Asian archaeology at Vassar College and on the graduate level at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, England. Her studio training was in New York at the Art Students League and the New York Studio School. Elizabeth is a nationally showing artist who has awarded 14 site-specific commissions, 28 grants and 11 awards. She has participated in over 60 group exhibitions and 7 solo museum exhibitions. Elizabeth is a member of the Pennsylvania State committee of the National Museum of Women in the Artist in Washington, DC; the National association of Women Artists in New York; and, a Founding Member of the Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks County.


“Public art should be understood and accessible to a wide audience, and yes, perhaps, make you smile. What fun to play with a hubcap – a challenge to one’s imagination and expertise. How exciting to be involved in a large international exhibition effort using recycled materials – a unique opportunity to create both an artistic and environmental statement.”Elizabeth Miller Mccue