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Ellen earned her degree in Art Education with a minor in Painting at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. In 2009 she completed a residency at the historic Fine Arts Work Center of Provincetown. The recipient of many awards, Ellen's paintings are held in numerous private and corporate collections throughout the US and abroad.
She exhibits her work in group and solo shows, most recently at the Arterly160 in Boston's Financial District. In 2016 she was honored to be juried into the National Association of Women Artists.
Ellen says, "As a contemporary painter, I am interested in interpreting subject and emotion in an abstract, intuitive way. The process, daring paint application, color, texture, and the element of discovery inspire me. In my process, I use materials instinctively. This allows more freedom, more risk-taking. As a painting evolves, I react to the dialogue between us. I do not search for the literal truth of subject; I seek an emotional, expressive reaction."