American artist Eugenia Zink Everett lived and worked most of her life in California. She attended St. Mary's College for Women in Los Angeles and then studied sculpture at the Chouinard Art Institute and the Otis Art Institute. She also received lessons from the famous sculptor Robert Merrell Gage. About 1932 she married Richard H. Everett. Eugenia Zink Everett made bronze sculptures, but also became known for ceramics. She taught sculpture throughout her working life and was an active member of the Ventura County Potters' Guild.