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Ellen has worked as an architect in the Washington DC area for many years. Her interest in design and graphics as an architect lead to her attraction to painting. She now splits her time between architectural work and painting. Ellen is best known for her abstract landscapes which feature rural farmland and big skies. She has a studio at the Torpedo Factory Art center in Alexandria and is also represented by the Glave Kocen Gallery in Richmond, Virginia and Roan & Black Gallery in Saugatuck, Michigan.
Amber Fields at Dusk
24 x 24, acrylic on panel
I spent a few years traveling to Iowa every month for a job. This is one of the many farmland scenes I have painted inspired by the simple beauty of the flat farmland framed by the big sky. This is a dusk scene where I was attracted to the combination of blue/ violet sky and amber grass.
This piece is sold framed.