Kristina Müller-Eberhard born in Uppsala, Sweden is an artist, sculptor and photographer.

Müller-Eberhard first studied art at Aiglon College, Chesières-Villars, Switzerland, traveling extensively to study the masters of Renaissance Art. She then continued her art studies at Lewis and Clark, Portland, OR where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1982. Shortly thereafter Müller-Eberhard moved to New York to pursue her studies at Parsons School of Design, New York, NY. where she graduated in 1985 with Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

Müller-Eberhard works in different media including paintings, sculpture/environments, photography, film and digital art. Her work has been shown in solo and group shows including: Holland Tunnel, New York, National Arts Club, New York, Portfolio, New York, RCI Corporation, New York, Miche Mache, Stamford, CT, Plume21 Gallery, Seattle WA, Athenaeum Art Gallery, La Jolla, CA among many others.

Müller-Eberhard’s work is part of many corporate and private collections including Spiritmuseum, Stockholm Sweden, Brady LTD, Tokyo, Japan, RCI Corp., Curacao, Netherland Antilles and Everhart Museum, Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Kristina’s other professional involvements include serving as a Creative Director at several leading Madison Avenue agencies. She is also a co-principal at a branding and creative firm Plume21.