Eve Stockton

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Past Exhibits



Like artists through the ages, I make nature-based art. My work is often a distillation of the natural world observed and the primordial world imagined. How does one capture the evanescent clouds, the light through the trees or the bursting forth of new life? My large-scale print images are an attempt to explore just such phenomena. My standard 3’ x 3’ format allows me the flexibility to use the prints modularly as in my 4-panel Ensemble: Clouds & Seascape.

Once a registered architect, I now focus on large-scale, woodcut prints. In 2021, my Woodland Skyscape – var. 120 entered the Library of Congress. My artwork has been regularly featured on the cover of Nature Genetics Magazine. My prints are in museum, corporate, university, hospital and private collections. I live with my husband in Alexandria, VA and have a summer studio on the tip of Nova Scotia.

1984 Yale University: Masters in Architecture
1978 Princeton University: B.A. Honors in Architecture and Urban Planning

Selected Exhibitions
2021 ReFresh XI, Long View Gallery, Washington, DC, group exhibition
2020 Origin Stories, McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA, solo exhibition
2019 Taking Territory, McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA, group exhibition
ReFresh, Long View Gallery, Washington, DC, group exhibition
2018 SCALE a matter of perspective, Massoni Art, Chestertown, MD, group exhibition
The World Alongside Ours, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, NY, solo exhibition
2017 Eve Stockton Woodcuts, National Institute of Health, DC, solo exhibition
Spring Fling, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA, 2-person exhibition
2016 Inventions of Nature, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, NY, solo exhibition
Inventions of Nature II, The Markland, Dingwall, Nova Scotia, solo exhibition
Spark, Massoni Art, Chestertown, MD, group show, curator: Carla Massoni
2015 Networks, Long View Gallery, Washington, DC, 2-person exhibition
Saturate, Atheneum, Alexandria, VA, group exhibition, curator: Twig Murray
2014 Visions & Variants, Nat’l Academy of Science, Wash, DC, solo, curator: JD Talasek
Visions & Variants II, Angie Johnson Gallery, Episcopal HS, Alexandria,VA, solo exhib.
2013 Natural Impressions – New Woodcuts, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, NY, solo
Art on Paper, Maryland Federation of Art, Juror Award, Juror: Katherine Blood, LOC
2012 Ensembles: Landscapes in Transition III, Long View Gallery, Washington, DC, solo exhib.
Seasons in Transition, Ulla Surland Fine Art, Fairfield, CT, solo exhibition
2011 Eve Stockton Woodcuts, Gensler Gallery, Washington, DC, solo exhibition
Landscapes in Transition II, Heurich Gallery, Washington, DC, solo exhibition
2010 Evolutionary Landscapes II, Wexford Arts Centre, Ireland, solo exhibition
Inspired by Nature, Inverness County Centre for the Arts, Nova Scotia, solo exhibition
2009 Evolutionary Landscapes, Pembroke Hall, Brown University, Providence, RI, solo exhib.
Print Americas, Silvermine Guild, Second Prize Award, Juror: Jacob Lewis, Pace Prints
2008 Botanicals, H. Pelham Curtis Gallery, New Canaan Library, solo exhibition
Ridgefield Guild of Artists 2008 Exhib., Best in Show Award, Juror: Benjamin Genocchio
2007 Eve Stockton – Recent Work, Eykyn-Maclean Gallery, NYC, solo exhib., curator: C. Eykyn
Landscapes in Transition, Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, CT, 2-person exhibition
Natural Elements, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Library, CT, 3-person exhibition
2006 Radius, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum & Ridgefield Guild of Artists, group exhibition
Hot Pics, Katonah Museum of Art, NY, group exhibition, curator: Leslie Nolan
New Prints 2006/Winter, International Print Center of New York, NYC, group exhibition
2005 Eve Stockton – Paintings & Prints, The Gallery at Fox & Fowle Arch’ts, NYC, solo exhib.
Weir Farm 2005 Visiting Artists, Housatonic Museum, Bridgeport, CT, group exhibition
2004 Eve Stockton & Bryan Nash Gill, H. Pelham Curtis Gallery, New Canaan Library, CT
Hall-Brooke Art Show, W’port, CT group exhib., Best in Show Award, juror: D. Browne
2003 Proto-Forma – Contemplations on Primal Origins, Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, solo
Winners Circle, Westport Arts Center, CT, Honorable Mention, juror: Lisa Phillips
2002 73rd Annual CT Women Artists Juried Show, Award, John Slade Ely, New Haven, CT
2001 52nd Art of the Northeast, Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, CT, Jean & Don Rorke Award

Selected Publications, Reviews, Presentations & Fellowships
2021 “Galleries”, The Washington Post, Sept. 26, Mark Jenkins
2019 Art in Embassies Program, Tashkent Embassy, Uzbekistan
“Galleries”, The Washington Post, March 24, Mark Jenkins
2018 “Galleries”, The Washington Post, May 13, Mark Jenkins
2017 Artwork in “The Wizard of Lies”, HBO TV Movie; “The Property Brothers”, HDTV
2015 Cover art, Nature Genetics Mag., Feb. edition, Myles Axton editor
“Primal Power”, Home & Design Magazine, May/June, Tina Coplan
“Fluid Dynamics”, Virginia Living Magazine, June, Sarah Sargent
“Galleries”, The Washington Post, April 26, Mark Jenkins
2013 “Galleries”, The Washington Post, June 30, Mark Jenkins
2012 “Galleries”, The Washington Post, June 29, Mark Jenkins
2011 “Galleries”, The Washington Post, July 22, Mark Jenkins
2010 “The secret sci-fi life of plants,” The Irish Times, April 21, Aidan Dunne
2009 Cover art, Nature Genetics Magazine, May edition, Myles Axton, editor
2008 “Stockton’s ‘Botanicals’ Adorn Library Gallery”, New Canaan News, April 3
2007 The Print Club of New York Presentation, The National Arts Club, NYC, Oct.15
“Out of the Box”, Connecticut Cottages & Gardens, September, Jami Supsic
2006 Radius: Emerging Artist Recipient, Aldrich Contemp. Art Museum, J. Hough curator
Artist Fellowship Recipient, CT Commission on Culture & Tourism
“Art Studies Without the Homework”, The New York Times, May 21, Ben Genocchio
“Eve Stockton – Genomic Images”, Kenyon Review, Winter 2006, David Lynn, editor
2005 Cover art, Nature Genetics Mag., Jan., March, May, Aug., Oct. editions, Axton, editor
“Mutual Inspiration” – editorial, Nature Genetics Magazine, Nov., Myles Axton
2004 “Eve Stockton – Artistic Evolution”, Westport Magazine, September, Julie Curtis
2002 “The Enduring Nature of Art and Headline”, The New York Times, Oct. 27, William Zimmer
2001 “Eight Artists Cross the Border”, The New York Times, July 15, D. Dominick Lombardi