Born in Philadelphia, Eileen Mislove lives in Brooklyn and works there out of the studio in Dumbo she shares with her husband, the artist, Marty Greenbaum.

Her art is marked and influenced by the education she received at the Cooper Union School of Art and by an early background as a professional dancer with the Ballet Español Ximenez~Vargas as well as a multi-faceted career in design. Recognition of her early design work was highlighted by the Museum at F.I.T. in its 2000 exhibition ‘A Woman’s Hand: Designing Textiles in America 1945-1969’ and the subsequent archiving of that body of work in the Museum’s collections.

Eileen Mislove has been a member of the faculty at the Fashion Institute of Technology for many years where she currently teaches Painting on Fabric.

BFA The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art 1975
Certificate in Fine Arts The Cooper Union 1955

M55 Art Gallery • NYC * 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
2/20 Gallery • New York NY 2009
The Butler Institute of American Art • Youngstown OH 2008
Windsor Whip Works Gallery • Windsor NY 2007
The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology
   Execution • Richard Pitts, Curator 2008
   Imagined Sites • Lyle Rexer, Curator 2007
   Schools of Thought • Florence Lynch, Curator 2004
Ashawagh Hall • East Hampton NY 2005, 2007
Richard Anderson Fine Arts • NY 1999
NANY • New Art in New York • NY 1984
American Printed Fabrics Council • NY 1976

The Heights Players, Brooklyn, NY 2015
Ximenez~Vargas Ballet Espanol 1957-1960
USA, Canada, Cuba and Central America;
Jacob’s Pillow; The San Francisco Opera House;
Santa Fe Opera; Cleveland Symphony orchestra.
Maraquita Flores 1955-1957

The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology
'A Woman’s Hand: Designing Textiles in America 1945–1969'
Signature Textile Prints • Cranston Mills, H.M. Kolbe, Styleset,
Groot & Mislove Studio • Original Designs for Textiles
INPRINTS NY International Textile Design Trade Show

Fashion Institute of Technology 1974 – 1981; 1988 -
   Adjunct Assistant Professor/Textile Surface Design  
Parsons School of Design 1972
   Guest Lecturer
Parsons School of Design 1974

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Ed Buchbinder NYC
Celanese Corporation, NYC
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Estate of Jeannette Stollar, Montgomery, NY
Bruno Chetti, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Susan & Peter Coulianos, Croton-on-Hudson, NY
Stephen Danilak, Philadelphia
Linda Donnelly, North Wales PA
Kent and Linnell Herzer, Woodside, NY
John Dowling & Waldo Rasmussen, NYC
Kent & Linnell Herzer, Woodside NY
Frank and Joanne Martino, Bozeman, MT
George Pastor, Brooklyn, NY
Mary Bayes Ryan, East Hampton NY
Shirley Sarris & Tom Flynn, Leonia NJ
Thea Goodman & John Eric Oliver, East Hampton, NY
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