Eve is now being carried by the Anne Neilson Fine Art Gallery in Charlotte, NC


Jeremy Saulnier's "Blue Ruin"  Opens in Theaters, and available on iTunes and On Demand April 25th 

Blue Ruin gets great reviews at Sundance:

Collider Review  http://collider.com/blue-ruin-review/

 Film Experience Review  http://thefilmexperience.net/blog/2014/1/25/sundance-blue-ruin.html

Eve played the part of “Chris” – part of the family bent on revenge.

Macon Blair, Eve, and Jeremy at a Sundance screeing

Macon Blair & Jeremy with Eve at a Sundance Screening

Watch the official trailer here



Eve Plumb, actress and artist, has been working in television, movies, and stage since the age of six, and has been painting steadily for over 20 years. Self taught, Plumb has been focusing on still life for her subject matter, painting objects or moments from her everyday life and travels.

“Painting is a creative outlet for me when I’m not acting. It gives me a feeling of control over my creative life. An actor often has to wait for projects to come along, but I can paint any time of the day. I sometimes describe my art as ‘spontaneous still life’. Whenever I see a likely subject, everything stops and I take photographs. This holds the moment in time until I can paint it.”

Ranging in size from 9” x 12” to 30” x 40”, the oils on canvas are of tabletop scenes in everyday life. Fruit, coffee cups, and restaurant scenes are represented in the realist style.

Eve works out of her home and studio in Laguna Beach, California.

Yes, she is best known for her role as “Jan” on “The Brady Bunch".

Eve's work can be purchased directly from the galleries that represent her. Please vist the 'Gallery Representation' page for more information.



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