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Eve has been an artist and involved in art for over 35 years, both in Sydney and the Upper Hunter. She gained experience at various workshops with known artists in different mediums.

Eve taught Art and Folk Art at Baulkham Hills Leisure Learning and the Hills Evening College.

Eve judged the Folk-Art section at the Castle Hill Show, and demostrated Folk-Art at the Royal Easter Show. While in Sydney Eve exhibited at the Balmain Watchhouse Gallery three years running and entered local exhibitions close to home.

Eve moved to the Upper Hunter with her husband and helped run a cattle farm. Upon arriving she was asked to judge at the Merriwa Show. She started teaching at Singleton Leisure Learning, and then decided to go to Singleton TAFE to get a Fine Arts Degree. Eve also started three art classes in Merriwa, Denman and Muswellbrook. These were very successful for fifteen years. While in the Upper Hunter Eve exhibited at Muswellbrook Gallery, Scone, Merriwa and Denman, also winning many awards at the Merriwa Show and Muswellbrook Gallery.

Eve was the Exhibition Co-ordinator for the inaugural "Denman Wine and Food Festival" gallery.

Her husband was employed at the Rosemount Estate winery and the vineyard scenes were popular choices to paint in the area. Her paintings were exhibited at the "Cellar Door Restaurant" and were purchased by many visitors on their travels through the Upper Hunter wineries.

Eve also had a break from Art to run a Craft Shop and Art Gallery in Denman for eight years. This was in an old heritage shop - circa 1816.

Eve has now moved to the Blue Mountains and is now enjoying and painting the wondeful scenery of the mountains.

Eve loves to paint in acrylic, watercolour and oils.

Whilst every attempt is made to represent colour as closely as possible to the original work, variations can occur due to differences between the colour settings on the display device.