About Braydee Euliss
Braydee Euliss is a visual artist, independent curator, and artist advocate. Though often sporadic, her artistic endeavors generally begin with found or everyday objects and attempt to redirect the viewer's perception of their function and aesthetic or intrinsic value.
In 2014, Braydee launched a jewelry line called WORN. Her sculpture background informs both design and production processes. The collection draws inspiration from organic, raw, and industrial materials. Found or salvaged components are frequently incorporated in her pieces, rendering each a one-of-a-kind or limited edition design. Her commitment to quality and wearability ensures that each piece is completed by the artist in her Indiana studio.
Braydee Euliss is the Executive Director for the Muncie Arts & Culture Council (MACC) where she also served as a member of the Board for three years. Born and raised in Muncie, she earned her professional visual arts chops during a decade spent as a Framing Specialist and Gallery Manager for Gordy Fine Art and Framing Company. She is also known throughout the community for her work with We’re Trying Collective that led the design and painting of the mural outside the Mark III Taproom in downtown Muncie and for her role as co-founder and co-host of Final Fridays at the David Owsley Museum of Art. Euliss received the Inaugural Mayor’s Arts Award for Next Generation Artist in 2015 and was named one of Muncie’s 20 Under 40 Next Generation Leaders by M Magazine the following year. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture from The School of Art at Ball State University.