Eva Struble is a painter whose work is influenced by her surroundings through environmental, cultural and historical research. Her process of local exploration by foot, bike, car and boat, and translation of these experiences into painting and printmaking is one she has undertaken since she received her MFA in painting from Yale University in 2006. Her last solo show, Landsmen, showed in New York at Lombard-Freid Projects explored architecture of the Brooklyn Navy Yard as well as former military sites in the Marin Headlands. Her current project explores California’s labor and immigration relationship with several regions of Mexico, and will be shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego in 2014. Her colorful oil paintings, prints and installations have been shown at the Cleveland MOCA, at Angles Gallery in Santa Monica, and the Vincent Price Art Museum in Los Angeles among others. Ms. Struble has completed residencies at the Vermont Studio Center, the Headlands Center for the Arts in Marin County, and the Andratx Cultural center in Mallorca. Her work has received praise in Art In America and The Village Voice among other publications.