Elizabeth Zvonar (Canadian, b. 1972) is an artist based in Vancouver. She makes objects and pictures that think through metaphor and the metaphysical, often using humour and referencing art history. Zvonar graduated from Emily Carr University after having studied at the Aichi Gakusen University in Toyota City, Japan and the Hokkaido University of Art and Design in Sapporo, Japan. She has had solo exhibitions at SFU Audain Gallery, Vancouver; Polygon Gallery, North Vancouver; and Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto. Her work has been exhibited at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge; Vancouver Art Gallery; Musee d’Art de Joliette, Quebec; and Aga Khan Museum, Toronto. Zvonar has held residencies at Malaspina Printmakers, the Banff Centre, and was a City of Vancouver Artist in Residence 2012-15. She has received awards and recognition including the 2015 Jack and Doris Shadbolt Foundation VIVA Award and was a finalist for the AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize in 2016. Her work was included in the 2021 Gestalten publication The Art of Protest, Political Art + Activism as well as the 2023 Phaidon publication Vitamin C+ Collage in Contemporary Art.