Elizabeth D’Agostino is an artist working in print media, sculpture, and installation. Her current work explores environmental discussions surrounding biodiversity, climate change, and urban growth, and aims to celebrate our capacity for a connection with nature, the conservation between living and non-living things, and a desire to mitigate ecological destruction.
D'Agostino holds a BFA from the University of Windsor and an MFA from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, USA. Her work has been exhibited in Canada and internationally including Iziko: Museum of Cape Town, South Africa, Manhattan Graphics Center, New York, and The Print Center, Philadelphia. Her prints can be found in many private and public collections including the University of Changchun Jilin, China; Columbia College, Chicago, USA; Department of Foreign Affairs Canada; and Ernst and Young, Canada. D’Agostino is the recipient of many awards and fellowships including the Hexagon Special Projects Fellowship at Open Studio, Toronto. In 2015, she was selected by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada to create a carpet design for the newly renovated Canada House in London, England. She also creates printed textiles under the name 'Emerald & Plume Press'.