Eric Euler is an artist,  collaborative printer, educator, and arts administrator. His professional art practice balances the use of printmaking, painting, installation, graphic design, and community art practices to activate themes as diverse as regional identity, popular culture, social satire, and Jungian psychology. His most recent expressive series of prints uses personal and mythological visual vocabularies to explore the complexities of toxic masculinity, mental health, and self care. 

Following the successful completion of his MFA at Louisiana State University in 2015 and the professional printer training program at Tamarind Institute in 2016 he returned to his hometown of North Bay Ontario.

Since 2017 he has had five solo exhibitions, worked as Executive/Technical Director of St. Michael’s Printshop in St. John’s Newfoundland, acted as chair for the artist-run centre White Water Gallery, and has been the successful recipient of grants from The Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, and the City of St. John's. 

In addition to his studio art practice, Eric enjoys being active in the music community, acting as songwriter and guitar player for Instrumental prog metal band "The Isosceles Project", as collaborator, engineer, and synth player for experimental rock band "Cool Animal", and with his solo experimental electronic project "Thesaurical."   

Eric currently manages the print studios at McMaster University and occasionally works as a sessional faculty member teaching print, painting, and drawing.

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