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Eve Ingalls
Princeton, NJ
Painting




Artwork Details
Nesting Places By the Creek
1988
Acrylic on Canvas
80"x 62"
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Eve Ingalls received her BA from Smith College and continued her education at Yale University where she earned her BFA and MFA.  She was a visiting instructor in drawing at Housatonic Community College and Yale University and also an instructor at the Silvermine Guild School of the Arts and State University of New York, College at Purchase.  Ingalls was an active board member of the Artspace Center for Visual, Literary, and Performing Arts in New Haven, CT.

Ingalls states, “My work concerns human interaction with the natural world. For the last twenty years I have spent each summer in a log cabin in the middle of the remote Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness in central Idaho. Every phase of my work has been influenced by a consideration of ways in which Americans have conceived of the role of nature, from its extreme manifestation in the wilderness to its gentle appearance in flowers cultivated on an urban windowsill.”

Eve Ingalls’ works have been shown in numerous solo exhibitions including the Phillips Museum of Art, Dana Gallery in Lancaster, PA, SOHO20 Gallery in NYC, Erector Square Gallery in New Haven, CT and ART/PLACE Gallery in Southport, CT.  Her more recent group exhibitions were at the Schokland Museum in the Netherlands, Hunterdon Museum of Art, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts in Michigan, and Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper in New Brunswick, NJ.  In 2002, Ingalls was a New Jersey Printmaking Fellow at the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper and in 2003 she received a cultural grant from the Netherland-America Foundation to assist with transportation of sculpture to the Schokland Museum.

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