Evelyne Brader-Frank was born in Wettingen, Switzerland. Introduced to art by her grandfather and her brother, both artists, she soon started to experiment various mediums. She enrolled in her first sculpting class in 1990. After moving to Canada in 1994, she started to focus on her passion for sculpture.
Enjoying the three-dimensional aspect of it, she focused on representing the feminine form as she finds its harmonious shapes have a deliciously voluptuous movement.
She has been presenting her work in various galleries from Florida to Megève since 25 years.
Recently, she started to use new materials for her sculptures such as bronze or stainless steel but continues to work with marble as she likes the illusion of lightness it conveys.
Her sources of inspirations are multiple: from classic mythology to modern shapes, she invents and reinvents the flow of the feminine figure.