Elizabeth Stubbs lives in Lexington, MA. She has been an artist all her life, having spent much of her childhood and teen years exploring a variety of media and materials, from silversmithing, photography, and printmaking, to ceramics, knitting, and sewing. She studied art at Boston University, where she earned a BFA in painting. Following graduation, she spent many years as an art teacher at the Winsor School in Boston. Later, she studied illustration at the Art Institute of Boston and became a freelance illustrator. She did not discover the ancient art of felt making until she encountered it during her training to become a Waldorf teacher and has been exploring it for nearly 20 years. She currently spends as much time in the studio as possible, and enjoys working with private students.