Matador Review

A Quarterly Missive of Alternative Concern

evee erb


(2018. Ceramic, hand-spun, naturally dyed and recycled fibers. An exploration of the dissonance between the female psyche and patriarchal culture, this piece was created as a reflection of the persecution of women throughout history and is a tribute to the traumas and triumphs of womanhood.)

From the Diegetic After

(2016. Stoneware clay, glaze. A reflection on fate and mortality, this sculpture examines the debilitating narrative of human experience caught between the past and present.)


(2018. Ceramic, sewing pins, metallic thread, natural linen. This sculpture investigates the fight for bodily autonomy as an expression of finding one's personal divinity in healing through trauma.)

Evee Erb, born in 1993 in Baltimore, is an interdisciplinary artist with a focus in figure sculpture and textile design. Erb graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) with a BFA in Ceramics where she received the Department Recognition Award. While attending MICA, she also studied Illustration and Textile Design. Additionally, Erb studied ceramic sculpture in Florence, Italy at SACI College of Art and Design. After receiving her degree, Erb moved to Durham, NC where she has worked at the North Carolina Museum of Art, taught workshops at a variety of art centers, and given lessons and artist talks at local schools. 

Erb has had her work exhibited throughout the East Coast. She works in clay using traditional hand building and sculpting techniques to combine form and surface with dynamic uses of fiber and textile. Additional work and information may be found on her Instagram @eveeerb and website.