Born in 1967 in Simcoe, Ontario, Elizabeth McIntosh lives and works in Vancouver. She holds a BFA from York University and an MFA from Chelsea College of Art & Design, London, and teaches at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. She is represented by Diaz Contemporary, Toronto.

Selected Exhibitions

The Shape of Things, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa [curators: Josée Drouin-Brisebois and David Liss]
Elizabeth McIntosh, Division Gallery, Montreal
Pink Nude, Diaz Contemporary, Toronto

Three Oranges, Exercise, Vancouver

Violet’s Hair, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver

Selected Bibliography

“Violet’s Hair: Eli Bornowsky Interviews Elizabeth McIntosh (Part 1 of 2)” (video), November 2011. (accessed September 5, 2012).

“Bravo! To Canadian Art: All About Painting” (Elizabeth McIntosh, video interview), Arts & Minds (online), May 8, 2010. (accessed June 15, 2012).

Verwoert, Jan, and Monika Szewczyk. A Good Play, Vancouver: Emily Carr University Press (ECU Press), 2010, 72 pp.

Weder, Adele. “Elizabeth McIntosh and Abstract Painting: Done. Not Done. Might Be Done...,” Canadian Art, vol. 27, no. 2 (Summer 2010), pp. 58-62.

Sandals, Leah. “When Colours Fall in Love,” National Post (Toronto), May 19, 2010, p. AL8.