About Eva Ermer
Eva was born in Lodz, Poland and was educated in Russia and France. Eva arrived in Australia where she concluded her education at MacRobertson Girls High School, followed by Art studies at RMIT. She had a very successful career in the fashion industry and was involved in design, manufacture and retail, Eva left the fashion industry in 1990 to pursue her love of art.
Eva works both independently and in a studio with a group of other artists specialising in figurative work. Her passion is commissioned portrait busts and her sculptures can be found in many private collections in Australia and the United States. Most of her sculpture has been classically figurative, but inspired by art and travel around the world.
1993-1999: With a passion and flair for sculpting well and truly established Eva continued to work on her own style; further developing and refining her skills. Barbara McLean, the sculptor chosen to sculpt the tennis champions for the Hall of Fame in Melbourne, was Eva’s teacher during this period which was an invaluable experience.
1990-1993: Studied with Matcham Skipper, the renowned artist and one of the founders of Monsalvat, the artists colony in Eltham.
1985-1990: Studied painting with Jeffrey Wengrow.