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Ellen Sweeney







 

 

Ellen Sweeney continues to depict the environment of her daily life, mostly what she observes in a metropolitan area such as Kansas City, New York, and Chicago. Her impressionistic world is populated with activity, whether pedestrian traffic, congested vehicles, bustling taxis, all suggesting a flurry of movement caught in a moment of time.

"After college, I worked as a teacher and later as a lawyer. Despite a life long passion for drawing, I had not painted until I was a young adult. It has been a great blessing in my life that I now can pursue this passion as a full time vocation. I have learned from great teachers in Kansas City including Robert Vaughn, Charles Stegner, and Phil Starke, as well as my many artist friends."
- Ellen Sweeney
           


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