Eve Barbeau studied fine art at the University of Saskatchewan, in Saskatoon, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1988. Her teacher influences were Otto Rogers and Robert Christie and Stan Day.

Today, while Eve works in various mediums including watercolour, oil, acrylic, collage and wood, she primarily works in encaustic on panel. Inspired by Impressionist and modernist painting, she continues to explore the repetition and variations of marks both her representational and abstract works.

Since 1989, Eve has worked  in art galleries in and around Saskatoon in various capacities including as gallery assistant at Art Placement Gallery, and for ten years as collections manager for the Mendel Art Gallery.

Eve’s work has been featured in Saskatchewan exhibitions, including at the McIntyre Gallery (Regina), Art Placement Gallery, Frances Morrison Library Gallery and St. Thomas Moore Gallery, and has appeared in publications including the Herstory Calendar.

Eve’s work can be found in private collections as well as in the collections of the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the University of Saskatchewan, SaskPower and SGI.

For some time, now, Eve has been writing fiction and splits her creative time between studio art, sketchbook art and writing in the Fantasy, and Mystery genres. She lives and works in Saskatchewan, Canada

Some of her work is available for purchase through the NACmarket.