(1908 - 1998)
Evelyn Raymond was active/lived in Minnesota. Evelyn Raymond is known for religious and technology themed sculpture, teaching.
Evelyn Raymond was St. Louis Park's most recognized artist in residence. Born on March 20, 1908 in Duluth, she studied at the Minneapolis School of Art and Design until she quit over a staff mandate to discontinue doing abstract art. She and some fellow students pooled their meager Depression resources and rented a studio in downtown Minneapolis.
?She really made her reputation as a WPA artist, teaching sculpture for 25 cents an hour "to everyone from garagemen to executives. It was like the Renaissance. Those days were really fun, "she recalled in a 1991 article in the Sailor. She was the head of the sculpture department at the Walker Art Museum from 1938 to 1951. During the 1940s she founded and served as President of the Mi ... Displaying 750 of 4883 characters.