About me

Eva-Maria Ruhl ArtistMy special interest as an artist and illustrator is in botanical art. I work in

  • watercolor
  • oil
  •  pen and ink
  • graphite
  • colored pencil
I earned a certificate in Botanical Art and Illustration from the Corcoran School of Art and Design
My paintings, drawings and illustrations have been included in:

● “A Garden of Marvels” by Ruth Kassinger (graphite illustrations and art for the book jacket)
● “Paradise under Glass”  by Ruth Kassinger (small pen and ink illustrations for chapter headings)
● Beyond Words: the Symbolic Language of Plants at the Delaware Art Museum February 4 to April 8, 2012
● The 2010 White House Holiday Guide Book “Simple Gifts
The Corcoran Gallery of Art exhibition “Botanical Treasures of Lewis and Clark”
at local galleries and art exhibits
  • The Rappahannock Art League
  • The Virginia Native Plant Society

3 thoughts on “About me

  1. Hello Eva,

    I just wanted to leave a comment regarding your beautiful Hellebore study (Delirious). It’s simply stunning!! I hope the exhibition is a great success.

    My very best wishes for 2012,

    Denise (Hedera)

    • Thank you so much, Denise. The exhibit preparations have been enourmously time consuming, but will be well worthwhile.
      I really appreciate you took time to look and comment.
      Best wishes to you as well. May 2012 be a joyful year for you.

  2. Dear Mrs. Eva-Maria Ruhl,

    my name is Patrick Augenstein, working for the Environmental Education Media Project in China, a charity non-profit Environmental NGO. I would kindly like to request for the use of four of your pencil drawings in a 15 minute film for the IUCN (The International Union for the Conservation of Nature).The film is meant to show the interface of conservation and culture as well as ecosystems restoration and religion. We would be pleased to mention you in the credits of the film and would provide a copy of the same for you as well.

    With great admiration for your art.

    With very best regards from Beijing




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