“Living Vortex II” -Oil on canvas 36x48“

# 1 Top Delaware Abstract Expressionist Painter to Watch

Intriguing and thought provoking  abstract paintings guaranteed to grab your attention. 


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“The Valley.”Water media with Pastel on paper
36x42 framed with Matt and plexiglas.

Eileen is exhibiting at the Annual Members Juried Show at the Ocean City Art League In the Thaler Gallery. Exhibit Juror: Chris Harrington, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Fine Arts Department Chair Dec 2-Dec 31, 2019

Lecture Series Demo at Art League of Ocean City Nov 16,2019 6-7:30 PM

Demo will consist of methods and techniques on approaching and problem solving abstract florals .

Eileen will demonstrate her use of any medium that is mixable with water. That includes French pastels, acrylics, gouache, watercolor crayons, acrylic inks, graphite pencils and powder. Collage papers to be used will include handmade papers, Oriental papers  and mono prints. She will paint four abstrac floral

ArtX

Once again ,I have been invited to judge the ArtX show in Ocean City this Sat August 24, 2019.

August 24, 2019

Once again ,Eileen has 

been invited to judge this exciting annual event.Northside Park - Free Admission. Ocean City's festival focusing on artistic expression, ArtX, brings additional opportunities for creative experiences to the beach.

SEDAST

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South Eastern Delaware Artists Studio Tour 

Two days after Thanksgiving. Save the date. 

Upcoming One-person Show at the Meazzanine Gallery.

“ In Flight”. Oil and Cold Wax 36x36”

I am pleased to announce that I will have a show in  Wilmington, Delaware in June 2020 with The Delaware Division Of The Arts June 2020.

Homage to Tulips 22x30" Oil- SOLD

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Painted in Oil and cold wax on paper  for the theme show at Gallery One in Ocean View, DE called Tulip Time.

Painting is 22x30" framed on cradled panel.

"Sea Side Village"

Finished & waiting to be framed for an upcoming theme show at Gallery One called "Warm and Cool"

Abstract in acrylic on asphalt paper. Olson's "Ocean Side Village" abstract is an exercise in color theory with a focus on cooler colors with hints of warmer colors to create a sense of harmony. The warm colors of peaches and rusts evoke warmth reminding us of the sun or fire. The cooler colors like the grays and blues remind us of the coolness of the water and sky.