Elizabeth Hill is a Dallas-based artist who recently graduated from the University of North Texas where she earned a B.F.A. in Studio Art with a concentration in Painting & Drawing, as well as a double minor in Women’s & Gender Studies and Art History. She plans to focus on her artistic practice while continuing to be an active member of her art community. Her main goal is to positively impact the community by helping to amplify the voices of marginalized artists, especially artists of color.
She hails from the city of Mesquite, Texas and has lived in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for 22 years now. Her work has been featured in several group shows at galleries such as 500 X Gallery (Dallas, TX), Ro2 Art (Dallas, TX), Denton ARThaus (Denton, TX), and UNT on the Square (Denton, TX). Hill made an appearance in the 2017 publication of the North Texas Review, was one of the featured artists for the 2019 Women’s Day Extravaganza in Dallas, and was also a monthly featured artist at Denton's West Oak Coffee Bar for April 2018.
Over the course of her college career, she was awarded the UNT Academic Excellence Scholarship (2015-2017), UNT Scholarship for Continuing Students (2017), and the Bradley Edward Sterling Memorial Scholarship (2018). Additionally, her academic performance granted her a spot on the Dean's List and President's List on several occasions.