Ewoud de Groot lives and works in Egmond aan Zee, a coastal village in the north of the Netherlands. He attended the Minerva Academy of Art and received a degree in illustration and painting. He spends a significant amount of time exploring the Weddensea, an internationally known wetland that is actually a chain of islands, mudflats, and sandbanks, starting in the Netherlands and ending in the south of Denmark. Thus, his subjects are often seabirds and waders. His work has been featured in many exhibitions in the Netherlands, United Kingdom, and United States. Recently he became a member of the Pulchri Studio, the artist society of The Hague. His work has been selected for Birds in Art, and he is a member of the Society of Animal Artists.