Eve Stuart

“I see beauty in everyday objects, I see the world in everyday things.”
Eve Stuart is a lifelong New Yorker. She studied at The Philadelphia Museum College of Art, The New School, The School of Visual Arts and The International Center of Photography and studied sculpture with Tom Doyle, Chaim Gross and Irving Marantz. More recently, she studied the polaroid transfer process with Norma Hill and John Reuter. She has shown in group shows in New York City and Long Island, and in 2002 was in a show at the Detroit Museum of New Art. In February 2008a show of Eve Stuart’s work was at Pierre’s Restaurant in Bridgehampton and she was invited to talk about her work to the Photographers Eastgroup. There was a show of her work at Walk Tall Gallery in East Hampton in October 2008 and she exhibited at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Society Salon show in the winter of 2009. Eve Stuart exhibited in the High Line Open Studios in Chelsea in October 2009 and had several pieces at the Ivy Brown Gallery in New York City. Her work is in a number of private collections. She lives and works in New York City and East Hampton.