Collection: Eva Marengo Sanchez

Eva Marengo Sanchez was born in 1990 on the South East side of San Antonio, Tx where she has now returned and works as a painter. In 2006 She joined the teen program Bee Nation at Southwest School of Art where she first fell in love with classic oil painting.  After earning her BA in Human Development and Social Relations from Earlham College in Richmond, in 2013, Sanchez travelled to Mexico City where she spent eight-months studying Spanish, Mesoamerican art and architecture, and Art Conservation. It was there that she began her obsession with food and in 2015 Sanchez returned to San Antonio and enrolled in drawing classes at San Antonio College to develop her skills as a draftswoman.  In 2017 Sanchez first showed work using the idea of the still life and food as a way of talk about cultural identity and since then has continued to explore those ideas and develop her technic. She has now exhibited her work at galleries throughout San Antonio including S.M.A.R.T Gallery, Choice Goods, Fl!ght Gallery, Presa House Gallery, as well as Casa De La Cultural in Del Rio, TX. and has recently completed murals at the San Antonio International Airport, North St. Mary’s strip (2332 N St. Mary’s) and Blue Star Arts Complex.