Cristina Delago


Cristina Delago was born in Italy, where her artistic spirit was nurtured. She moved to Toronto and attended the Ontario College of Art and Design. Cristina graduated with honours from the Design Department and shortly after graduation she participated to numerous art shows. At the same time she started her own business creating handcrafted tiles, architectural elements and mosaics. On these projects, she works with some of Toronto’s most recognized interior designers and architects. Cristina’s passion for teaching and community art work brought her to lead many mosaic mural workshops and mentoring upcoming artists. Some of her latest mosaic installation and most prestigious works are “Almonds and Wine” Bathurst and Lawrence of which she was awarded through an artist call, and lead artist for some of the following murals: Coxwell Subway Station, Jack Layton Ferry Docks, Cedar Ridge Community Center to name just a few. She also served on board of Mural Routes and presently also is the lead artist for 2 large community mosaic murals for Toronto Pearson airport. Her work was published national and international and she received many awards and grants throughout her art career. Cristina is passionate about engaging communities and creating more beautiful and safe environments through her art.