"Eva Carzul was born on November 11, 1995 in the city of Montevideo, Uruguay.
She was born in a period of change of the millennium, where there was a whole questioning about the new era.
Coming from a family of historical and innovative lineage, his ancestors being one of the 14 signatory deputies of the Declaration of Independence in 1825 of Uruguay, also like that, creators of the first postal mail and later founders of one of the first newspapers in the country called ‘The People’s Tribune’ in the building that his family built itself, nicknamed Palacio Lapido, today being a national historical heritage.
With only one year of life, her family moved to Punta del Este, a prestigious resort where she lived and grew up surrounded by stimuli as varied as contact with nature, art, and the magnificence of the city.
Firstborn of 4 brothers, being she the only woman. Her life passed between the books and extensive plans of her father, an industrial engineer, which she intervened with the hundreds of paint bottles and brushes of her mother, a graduate in fine arts.
For Eva, since her childhood, painting was something everyday, as well as playing with nature.
She can highlight actions throughout her childhood such as the creation of an outstanding book about La Paz, actions to care for marine fauna, inclusive sign language training, first prize in several art contests.
Her drive for her art led her to organize visits to museums of great artists, wanting to promote art to her class.