NEW YORK, NY.- Jane Lombard Gallery
announced the representation of San Diego-based artist Eva Struble. Having previously shown with the gallery as Lombard Freid Projects, Struble will return to the roster with a continued interest in landscape painting, as well as a new exploration of textile processes. Motivated by the dynamism of the landscape, Struble investigates what is altered by humans, reclaimed by nature, and the result of their symbiotic interaction.
Recent projects include a solo exhibition at the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library in La Jolla, California, and commissions with the Google Campus in San Diego, California, and the Palo Alto Public Art Commission in Palo Alto, California. She was recently awarded a residency at Saiko Neon outside of Tokyo, Japan.
The gallery will hold a solo exhibition of the artists work in Spring 2024.
Eva Struble (b. 1981 in Elsmere, Kentucky) received a BA in Visual Arts from Brown University and an MFA from Yale University School of Art. Strubles work has been shown at Wassaic Project in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Cleveland MOCA, Lombard Freid in New York, and Angles Gallery in Santa Monica, along with public projects at the San Diego Airport, the New Childrens Museum, and at the San Diego County Operations Center. Selected residencies include the Vermont Studio Center, the Headlands Center for the Arts, and the Andratx Cultural Center in Mallorca. She is a Professor of Painting and Printmaking at San Diego State University.
Supporting and nurturing artists throughout their careers is a primary focus of the gallery; in keeping with this long-term vision, we are pleased to welcome Struble back to Jane Lombard Gallery and are honored to continue our ongoing relationship as her practice evolves and expands.