Painter and printmaker Eula Ginsburg (b. 1939 in Honolulu, Oahu, HI) earned two M.F.A.s from Georgia State University in Printmaking (1994) and Painting/Art History (1986), as well as her B.FA. in 1981. She has taught at various Atlanta institutions, including the Atlanta College of Art, The High Museum of Art, and Oglethorpe University. Ginsburg’s experience is nourished by her global reach, where interacting with a variety of people has influenced her work. She has witnessed war-torn zones across the globe and sunny beaches from California to the Caribbean. Her work communicates transposition from reality to fantasy, leaving the viewer to decipher whether the message is unsettling or exhilarating. Ginsburg is included in various collections throughout the world including here at MOCA GA.