Eve Stockton grew up in rural Ohio and now lives in Alexandria, VA. She is known for her large-scale woodcut prints inspired by close observation of nature and an eclectic interest in science. Eve received degrees in architecture with a minor in fine arts from Princeton and Yale and worked as a registered architect.
Today Eve uses her background in architecture and art to engage the variables of printmaking, enabling her to produce a body of dynamic, graphic images. Her prints are nature/science-based and have been exhibited at the National Academy of Science and have been reproduced on covers of Nature Genetics Magazine. Eve was featured in “Primal Power” in the May/June ’15 issue of Home & Design Magazine. She regularly exhibits in the CT, NY, and DC areas. Abroad, she has had one-person shows in Ireland and Nova Scotia.
Eve is an active member of the Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT; Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT; and the Washington Project for the Arts, DC. She is represented by Long View Gallery, Washington, DC; Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, NY; Bryant St. Gallery, Palo Alto, CA; and Carla Massoni Gallery, Chestertown, MD.