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Eva’s painting, IT'S ALRIGHT won first prize at the WOMENS CAUCUS FOR ART, SAN DIEGO, open themed exhibit. Her painting, DEEP VEIN 3, is featured at the museum on Cal State Dominguez campus until June 2012. And her work was featured at MOLAA (Museum of Latin American Artists) in Long Beach on Women's Day, March 2012.
Eva’s painting, IT'S ALRIGHT won first prize at the WOMENS CAUCUS FOR ART, SAN DIEGO, open themed exhibit. Her painting, DEEP VEIN 3, is featured at the museum on Cal State Dominguez campus until June 2012. And her work was featured at MOLAA (Museum of Latin American Artists) in Long Beach on Women's Day, March 2012. She is represented by WAAS GALLERY on Logan Street in Dallas, Texas, The Bunker Group’s LARK GALLERY and also at XANADU GALLERY in Scottsdale. Her organic spiritual connection is always present as a through-line in her artistic expression. Her love affair with painting emerged under the tutelage of abstract painter, Robert Kingston. From the moment of her first brush stroke something resonated deep in the core of her being and she knew she was destined to become what some people call a mad crazy painter. It was a match of spirit and the world - she sold that first painting even before it dried. Since then, her works have been acquired by art collectors in New York, Los Angeles, San Diego, Ventura, St. Louis, Philadelphia and Santa Barbara. Her gallery debut was at Long Beach Arts gallery where her mixed-media sculpture, Lady Starskull Ponders the Cosmos, garnered acclaim and was awarded a prize. Next in line was the M.J. Higgins Gallery on the Downtown Los Angeles Artwalk. Soon followed the Topanga Art Safari, the historical Art Pavillion in Santa Barbara, the Canoga Youth Art Center, Orlando Gallery, Verve Gallery on La Brea, TAG Gallery in Santa Monica, Art Raw Gallery in West Chelsea, N.Y., the Modern Art Gallery on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles and the Blue Bird Art House. Her artwork was auctioned at OCCCA, (Orange County Center for Contemporary Art) in order to raise money for wells in Haiti. A gallery “happening” exhibit opened at LARK GALLERY in Long Beach (originally the Bunker Group from Russia) with Eva painting an “Experiential” painting as part of a live performance with music and dance. The painting was acquired by Fred Sugerman, a choreographer. Her studio, in Topanga, oversees a wild life conservancy, providing her with a view of the mountains of Santa Monica down to the ocean. Eva sometimes meditates for days at time before one of her painting streaks.
“My intention as an artist is to create a dance of color and form that manifests in a dreamlike conveyance of everything from whimsy to drama. An iconic or an energetic flow, a spiritual is-ness and sometimes even an explosion is conveyed. This intense style of painting allows me to create a tran-substantial truth, an energetic veracity whether the subject is the universe, a landscape, a dancer or a little dog. Sometimes when I am painting I am in a meditative state and other times it is more akin to an apache tango dance.”
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