Painting and Printmaking
Eva Struble’s paintings deal with landscape through the lens of social, environmental and personal histories in cities where she has lived. Her colorful work undermines traditional viewpoints and modes of depth using oil, acrylic, screen-printing and textile media on 2D and 3D surfaces. She received her MFA in painting from Yale University and is an Associate Professor at San Diego State University.
Recent projects have dealt with Southern California botany, ethnobotany, landscape and the body and have been exhibited at Meta (Facebook) in Burlingame, CA, as public work for the cities of Palo Alto and San Diego, at the Wassaic Project in Wassaic, NY, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, among others.
Her solo exhibit in 2023 is upcoming at the Athenaeum Arts and Music library gallery in La Jolla, CA. Her work has been shown previously at the Cleveland MOCA, at Lombard Freid projects in New York, and Angles Gallery in Santa Monica, among others. Selected residencies include the Vermont Studio Center, the Headlands Center for the Arts, and the Andratx Cultural Center in Mallorca.