Eva Quesada hails from an artistic family in Almería, Spain. Quesada’s interests reside primarily in the life that runs parallel to humanity; flora and fauna are her most common subjects. Her quirky forms reflect the organic qualities and wonder found in nature. Working across mediums, from paintings in acrylic paint on canvas to sculpture in wood, marble, or foam, Quesada’s vision transcends materials, and instead becomes a life force of its own.
Visually, there are many layers to Quesada’s work that run parallel and are worth exploring. Patterning and repetition play a significant role, combined with a natural rhythm and speed. Many of Quesada’s works also have an illustrative quality to them, as well as a sense that these non-animal lifeforms are infused with personality – her drawings of plants often seem to be full of character. This, combined with her compositional devices – sometimes running off the page – gives the sense that a larger story is just beyond our field of vision. Eva Quesada’s work is a story that is forever growing.