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Eva Sayles, American artist. Achievements include always painting scientific theories of cells and molecules, especially in the sixties. Recipient prize, Art Students League; scholarship.

Background

Sayles, Eva was born on June 10, 1928 in New York City.

Education

Bachelor, Brooklyn College, 1949. Studied with Will Barnet, Art Students League.

Career

Member cooperative Amos Eno Gallery, New York City, since 1989. Public speaker in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include always painting scientific theories of cells and molecules, especially in the sixties.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Pen and Brush Club, New York City, 1971 (1st prize in members oil exhibit), St. Bartholomew's Church, New York City, 1970, Amos Eno Art Gallery, 1992, Port Chester Council for Arts, 1992. Exhibited in group shows at Queens Museum, New York City, 1983, Knickerbocker Artists Exhibit, New York City, 1970, Pen and Brush Club, 1970, Marcolio Limited, 1969, Vera Lazuk Galler, Cold Springs Harbor, 1966, Greenwich Art Society, Connecticut, 1987, National Association Women Artists. Represented in private collections.

      Appearances on television and radio. Contributor articles (newspapers) Greenwich Time, Connecticut, Journal News, Westchester, New York. Contributor poetry to anthologies.

Membership

Board directors Port Chester Council Arts, New York, since 1989. Member National Association Women Artists (publicity, advertising, grantwriting chairwoman), Pen and Brush Club (publicity chairwoman, first prize for painting called Life), Greenwich Arts Council, Greenwich Art Society, Oratorio Society (choir member).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, singing, writing, dance, philosophy.