Elizabeth Babb has been working as an artist for most of her life. She began her career by apprenticing with the sculptor Glen Michaels from Detroit Michigan when she was 13. From him she learned various techniques and skills, including the study of anatomy and the art of drawing representationally. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Kent State University in 1988, and her Master of Fine arts Degree from Temple University, Tyler School of Art in 1993. Her degree focused on Printmaking. She also studied in Rome Italy for a year. She has won many awards and has shown in many venues including a show at OIA in New York City. She has recently had a solo show at the Butler Institute of Art in Youngstown Ohio with her photography. Her work is in collections in Europe and Across the United State. She works across many media and styles. She is adept at abstraction as well as figurative work. She currently teaches at Kent State University , an online course that she developed.