Phyllis Eymann is a lifetime artist who does experimental
as well as traditional work She has degrees in social work as well as
fine art. She wrote a book on art and self image for her master's thesis.
Her work has been seen in local businesses and galleries for twenty
years and J C Penneys purchased 12 of her works.
She has won at least 50 awards including 2 best of shows locally and
other wins in northern California. She holds masters signature ranking
in Northern California Arts and is a member of Watercolor Artists of
Sacramento Horizons, (WASH).
Ms. Eymann states,"As an artist, when I view a painting I look
for something that holds my interest. There is nothing worse than a
boring painting. Some interesting elements could be a surprise color,
texture, value play or composition. One should try to get as many surprise
elements in a painting as possible. The artist should have something
to say and be able to get that message across to the viewer."