Eva Edery is a self-taught artist who creates fine art with glass. Art has become her full-time career since 2012, after 20 years in management consultancy which required out of the box thinking and coming forward with solutions for clients. This is the approach she continues taking with her art so her creations become unique and engaging with a fresh and luminous touch. Her Mediterranean background brings the use of vibrant colours and her vision is to become an innovator in creating art with glass. Her pieces can be found both in the UK and abroad.
Eva gets inspiration from human experiences and interpersonal relations, from healing to looking positively at the future. After surviving cancer, her collections as ‘The Journey’, ‘The Tree of Life’ or ‘Finding the Balance’ reflect personal insights. She is attracted to geometrical forms with cubism and abstract expressionism featuring in her style. She gets inspired by Mondrian, Miro, Picasso and Pollock. She also takes great insights from the Impressionists in terms of playing with light and glass reflections when creating her pieces.
Her creations require the ability of mixing science with creativity in order to bring new experiences to the viewer. Eva enjoys experimenting with the physics of glass melting points and properties to achieve unique artistic creations.
Glass Art Reflections, Radlett Centre, Radlett, UK, 2018
A Celebration of Glass Art, Radlett Centre, Radlett, UK, 2017
Beyond the Bounderies, Radlett Centre, Radlett, UK, 2016
Glass Art Exuberance, Hasler Gallery, North Finchley, UK, 2016
Heart Beat, Royal Brompton Hospital, Chelsea, 2015
Art with Glass, Peter Ingram Gallery, Frogmore Paper Mill, 2015
To Life!, Radlett Centre, Radlett, UK, 2014
Spring exhibition, Harefield Hospital, Middlesex, 2014
Reflections, Radlett Centre, Radlett, UK, 2015
Vibrant Art, Upstairs Gallery, Berkhamsted, UK, 2017
Christmas Exhibition, Upstairs Gallery, Berkhamsted, UK, 2016
Summer Fiesta, Upstairs Gallery, Berkhamsted, UK, 2016
Discovery, Upstairs Gallery Berkhamsted, UK, 2015