ELYSE WYMAN was born in Los Angeles and received her BA in Fine Arts (Cum Laude) from UCLA. She studied under Richard Diebenkorn, Jan Stussy, Lynn Foulkes and Robert Heinecken. She furthered her art education in Paris, France at the Académie de La Grande Chaumière. Ms. Wyman has pursued parallel careers in both fine arts and graphic design. As a graphic artist for A&M records she designed albums, posters, music books, advertising and billboards. Currently, as Art Director and owner of DesignWorks, Unlimited Graphic Design Studio, her clients have included A&M Records, American Ballet Theatre, American Film Institute, ASCAP, Chevron, Disc Marketing, General Mills, UCLA, United Airlines, Toyota, Victoria's Secret, Warner Brothers, Women in Film, and many others.

Her paintings, drawings and sculptures have appeared in numerous exhibitions including "Masks, Masquerades and Megillot" at the Skirball Museum, the UCLA Faculty Center Invitational Exhibition, and the 1984 Jewish Historical Society Juried Exhibit "Jews and the Olympics." In 2005 Ms. Wyman exhibited several paintings in a show titled "On the Verge: Contemporary Women's Art," at DCA Gallery in Los Angeles. She was also a participating artist in the DCA Gallery "Live Draw" performance art events. She has been featured in the Mendocino Figure Drawing Collective shows "Figure it Out" (2007) and "Figuring!" (2008). Ms. Wyman exhibited several works as part of the interfaith "God Loves Beauty Exhibit" at the Omar Ibn Al Khattab Foundation Mosque, and at Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles, Ca, (2007, 2008.) As a member of Los Angeles Art Association Gallery 825 she has participated in several exhibits including "Summer Stock" (2007), "Hokum," (2008), "Venus," (2009), "Gem" (2009) and the "LAAA Annual Benefit Auction," (2009), among others. She was also selected to exhibit work at the Circle of Care Foundation "Dreams On Canvas" exhibit, (2009, 2010.)

In 2010 she served as a peer review panelist in the area of grants for Arts and Education for the Department of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles.

She is represented by Los Angeles Gallery 825, and DCA Gallery in Los Angeles, CA