Evelyn Eller has had an extensive art training. She attended a High School for the Arts, The Art Students League, Pratt Graphic Center, the School for Visual Artsall in New York, as well as the Academia De Belle Arts in Rome on a Fulbright Fellowship. She studied with noted artists Reginald Marsh, Will Barnet, and Morris Kantor. 


She has worked in various mediums including oil and acrylic paintings and printmaking, but her primary medium is now paper collage and artist’s books. She has traveled extensively. Her interest in travel and other cultures is reflected in the use of different languages in her artist’s books and language collages, as well as her landscape images. Images of early paintings are available on request.


She has exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally, at the Whitney, Queens and Brooklyn Museums in New York, The Smithsonian, National Jewish Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC, and in Mexico, Hungary, Switzerland, Italy, India, and Germany. 


She is represented in numerous public and corporate collections, including the Museum of the City of New York, Brooklyn Museum, Queens Museum, Library of the Museum of Modern Art (NY), Indianapolis Museum of Fine Art (IN), National Museum of Women in the Arts (Wash. DC), Tyler Museum of Art (TX), King Stephens Museum (Hungary), El Archivero (Mexico), Health and Hospital Corp. (NY), Sackner Archive (FL), University of California Los Angeles, Yale University (CT), University of Alberta (Canada), Rutgers University (NJ), George Mason University (VA), University of Western Michigan, Florida Atlantic University, University of Vermont, and many other collections in the United States and abroad.

 

For further information about the artist, refer to her selected CV.

 

IN THE PRESS

Art-a-la-Carte, Norma Greenwood interviews Evelyn Eller, interview from Queens Public Access Television in 1989