An Ontario native residing in Vancouver, Elizabeth McIntosh is an award-winning painter, published writer and professor at Emily Carr University since 2005. Elizabeth’s art explores geometric abstraction, and is characterized by large scale abstract and figurative compositions. Drawing from modern art historical sources, her work often blurs the border between abstraction and representation. Her work has been presented in Vancouver and across Canada and the United States; additionally, her artworks are held in public and private collections including the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; and Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. McIntosh is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, including the 2013 VIVA Award.
Diamonds, is a five colour serigraph that is indicative of Elizabeth’s work; it is a serendipitous geometric abstraction with soft edges and bold colours. Framed to the artist’s specifications, this work has a clean modern aesthetic.
serigraph, ed. 9
full bleed: 34” x 29.5”