This is an eventful spring for Eve Jacobs-Carnahan!
After years of splitting her time between creating knitted sculptures and writing legal briefs, Eve is now pursuing a full-time art career. She will apply her skills at persuasion in new ways, using visual cues rather than linguistic ones. Unable to give up her penchant for argument, she makes her points more subtly now.
Eve's current work illustrates environmental impacts of human forces by depicting roughly recognizable birds in habitats altered by development. The birds symbolize nature's fragility, but their cheerful colors are hopeful.
To celebrate her new focus, Eve is holding a
Studio Open House
Saturday, May 19th
14 Sabin St., Montpelier, Vermont.
Please join her and bring a friend! You will be able to see work in progress in her studio and talk with Eve about her process. She will also have recently completed works from her bird series available for sale.