A multi-media and oils artist, Ebbie has been producing artwork all of her life. She grew up surrounded by many of her namesake grandmother's rich oil paintings of her home Stockholm, Sweden. She went on to study art as a specialty class in high school. In college she received a Masters in Science with a minor in fine arts with an emphasis on ceramics from the University of North Dakota.
She has been a member of an artist association in every state she served in as a nurse and Air Force wife and often draws on those memories of beautiful places visited and called home throughout the years.
Ebbie won awards in San Antonio, Texas, where she studied lost-wax casting and won Best in Show from the San Antonio Arts Association. While stationed in Virginia she ran a successful ceramic arts business out of her home and also continued doing lost-wax castings. She has also won awards in watercolor while living in Grand Forks, ND. Her art still hangs in the public library there. She created the porcelain wall hangings for the women’s studies building at the University of North Dakota, her Alma Mater. She has also won several honorable mentions in Colorado Springs and even placed there for her altered photography.
As an active member of Arts Benicia she has been a docent for the international auction. She has also sold many pieces throughout the years with this organization.
Ebbie says, “Love of all artistic media is buried deep in my genetic code.” Ebbie is currently still studying art and has reunited with her first love, oils. Ebbie's artwork currently hangs in HQ Gallery in Benicia, CA and the FVSAA Arts Association in the Solano mall in Fairfield, CA.