Mitch Eveleth was born in 1957. Art has been part of his life since he was young. A power lineman by trade, he previously had created drawings and paintings for family and friends. In 1994 Mitch moved back to Iowa and began producing pen and ink drawings exclusively. Self taught, he developed his own style which he used to draw local barns and buildings. As interest grew, people began asking for a much broader range of items to be drawn. Mitch began to diversify his work to fit people's needs. He began drawing pets and portraits as well as homes and other special memories in people's lives. Thus began "Reflections in Ink". It seems everyone has a photograph they feel is a true work of art.
Mitch donates his talents to many community charities and organizations. His donated commission work to Pheasants Forever and Ducks Unlimited are always one of the top selling auction items, bringing higher prices than many well known matted and framed prints.

Mitch has won awards for his work as well as having a piece juried into the well known midwestern Charles H. MacNider Art Museum.

Mitch has drawn pictures of some his favorite musicians and has been able to have them signed by the artist. One musician plans to incorporate his artwork into his next CD release.

Most of Mitch's work is done strictly on a commissioned basis. One only has to provide a clear, detailed photograph showing the uniqueness of the person, pet or related subject matter and a personal one of a kind piece of art can be created and handed down through generations.
For more details on how to have a piece done for you, check out our How Can I Order page or send us a message from our Contact page.
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