Jill Stanton is a muralist and artist from Edmonton, Alberta.

Jill uses the language of comics and graphic narrative to examine themes of feminism, nature, technology and the future. Her work spans various scales, from smaller drawings in graphic novels and comic books, to exploring pattern and environment in large-scale murals and public pieces across Canada. Jill's work has been featured in Manning Hall at the Art Gallery of Alberta, the 2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art, the 2015 Sled Island Music Festival in Calgary, as well as several private and public mural commissions. She was shortlisted for the 2014 Eldon & Anne Foote Visual Arts Prize. Currently, Jill is working on a long-form graphic novel, scheming over blank walls, experimenting with video and performance, and tending to 50 houseplants.