Dimensions: 350 x 50 cms
Technique: Linocut with Europium-doped phosphorescent pigment on plankton
Eveline received a Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology from the Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, The Netherlands in 1986. In 2008 she completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts in print media from the Alberta College of Art and Design and was recipient of the Governor General’s Academic medal. Eveline’s work has been shown in solo-exhibitions in Calgary, Canada; Curacao, the Dutch Antilles; Oak Park, Illinois; Limerick, Ireland, and most recently, the Netherlands. Her prints have been accepted in biennials in Istanbul (2009), Vancouver (2012), Kelowna (2012), Guanlan, China (2011,2013) and the International Mokuhanga Exhibition Read more...9), Vancouver (2012), Kelowna (2012), Guanlan, China (2011,2013) and the International Mokuhanga Exhibition in Tokyo (2014). She is currently an Extended Studies instructor at the Alberta College of Art + Design and a teacher for the Royal Music Conservatory’s Learning Through The Arts program.