Elvira Dayel was born & grew up in Ukraine, former USSR. She immigrated to the US in 1994. Dayel became seriously interested in visual art at the age of 10 when she started attending a local art school in Ukraine. She is currently living and working in the SF Bay Area. She has a B.A. in Visual Arts from UC Irvine (’01); Master’s in Architecture from UC Los Angeles (’04).
Dayel has exhibited locally, statewide & nationally. Venues where she has shown her work: Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA; International Art Museum of America, SF, CA (IAMA); Maturango Museum Art Gallery, Ridgecrest, CA; Marietta Cobb Museum of Art, Marietta, GA; N.A.W.A. Gallery, NY, NY; Long Beach Island Foundation of Arts & Sciences, Loveladies, NJ; Lincoln Center Art Gallery, City of Fort Collins, CO; LACDA, Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts; Berkeley Art Center; works SJ gallery, San Jose, CA; SOMA Arts, Ramp Gallery, SF, CA; Storefront Gallery, 49 Geary, SF, CA; Oliver Hawke Gallery, SF, CA; Dzine Gallery, SF, CA.
Image featured on this page: Elvira Dayel “My Neighbor’s Hedge is Dripping from the Sky,” drawing, 30″ x 22″