Joan Cahill is a graphic designer, photo illustrator and fine artist.


An award winning graphic designer, Joan graduated with honours from the Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Professional awards for her design work include Graphic Designers of Canada Creative Awards for photo illustrations and BC Transit President’s Award and BC Transit Awards of Excellence for Innovation for her design work in BC Transit's re-branding project.



She has exhibited works at juried shows in the region including the Sidney Fine Arts Show and the Coast Collective with a solo exhibition at Fairfield Gonzales Community Association gallery.

Recently she completed the collaborative community art mural on permanent installation at the FGCA


2017 – “Rooted in History, Celebrating the Garry oak ecosystem”  sponsored by GOERT at the Robert Bateman Gallery - Photo Illustration - Limited Edition Archival Print - "Serenity Tree"

2017 – ART VICTORIA NOW– juried at the Atrium 2017 - Photo Illustration - Limited Edition Archival Print - "Quadruple Trees"

2015 – Fairfield Gonzales Community Association - First Art Show - 5 Abstract Landscapes "The Elementals" 

2014 – SIDNEY FINE ARTS SHOW - 3 Abstract Landscapes

2013 – COAST COLLECTIVE - Small works show

2012 – Victoria Arts Council LOOK show

2012 – Victoria Arts Council SUMMER show

 Her work is in collections across Canada and the United States.