Eva Lundsager's abstract paintings suggest an evolving landscape and have been called "naturalistic and hallucinatory, bucolic and dystopian."
She grew up in semi-rural Maryland, and attended the University of Maryland as an undergraduate, and then moved to New York, where she earned an MFA from Hunter College. After living in New York for sixteen years she spent a decade in Saint Louis, MO, before moving to Boston in 2012.
Recent exhibitions include the 2019 deCordova Museum Biennial, American Genre: Contemporary Painting, curated by Michelle Grabner, at the ICA at Maine College of Art, and Other Light Other Night, a solo show at Van Doren Waxter in New York. Lundsager's work has been written about in many publications, is collected by museums and institutions, and has been awarded a Guggenehim Fellowship.