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Erika Lipkis

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Erika Lipkis was born June 2, 1984. She is an American artist. Lipkis received her Bachelorette in Art from UC Santa Cruz in 2006. In 2008, she received her MFA in Printmaking from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York. In 2010, Lipkis received her Single Subject Credential in Art. York.[1]


Erika Lipkis goes by her artist name, Lady Beaver. In Los Angeles California, she is an artist, performer, and teacher. Her artwork consists of dark humor and uses comedy and personal experiences to compose stories in her work. She also does comic work. Lipkis is a Visual Artist and frequently creates symbols in her work that are of a certain topic. Aside, she creates music that is produced on SoundCloud, creates her own videos, and performances in Improv at The Clubhouse in Hollywood. Is a resident of the art gallery located in Downtown, Los Angels, called The Hive.[2]


Lipkis is a contemporary artist. Her art consists of using acrylic paint, she makes artwork out of pillows, pins, murals, card decks, coasters, postcards, and much more. Lipskis currently works as a high school teacher and teaches 3D art, Drawing and Painting, Printmaking, and AP art.[3]


Lipkis's art onto a fannypack
Lipkis's art on to a pillow

Art about trauma and relieving from them


Lipkis has produced a variety of films. She has produced five films since 2018.

  • Bicycle Man, 2018
  • Sacramento, 2019
  • Why I Dance, 2021
  • The Anita Beaver Show, 2022

A performance done for THRILLACON, Los Vegas, called "Aliens in Vegas"


Lipkis won an award for Outstanding Narrative, Spectacular Effects, Outstanding Design, Outstanding Acting, Original Music, and Audience Choice Award for her The Anita Beaver Show for a Film Sprint online film festival in 2022. [4]


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