Alison Eby, Visual Arts Teaching Faculty, is a two-dimensional artist in oil, acrylic, graphite, charcoal, watercolor and collage. Alison grew up in Wooster and studied at the Wayne Center for the Arts during childhood. She graduated from Oberlin College with a double major in Studio Art and Art History, where she studied oil painting, acrylic painting, drawing (charcoal, graphite, ink), jewelry design, film photography, sculpture, color theory, and even knitting. Alison also completed a semester at the Studio Arts College International in Florence, Italy where she studied drawing, painting and art history. She holds a certificate in Graphic Design from Houston Community College.
After college, Alison worked for some of the largest art museums in the country, most notably the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Allen Memorial Art Museum, and the Houston Museum of Art. She continues to work as a freelance artist in graphic design and two-dimensional media. We are thrilled to welcome Alison to our staff at the WCA.