About Ellen

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“Ellens pieces are both beautiful and emotive. They also encapsulate and reminisce on events that may have colored her life and her unique interpretation of it and how sacred the perception of life is. Her submergence of color and imagery is hypnotic, encapsulating unique portrayals of life.”

(Beautiful Bizarre Magazine)

Ellen is a Fine Artist and Worldwide Photographer based in Wicklow, Ireland.

Originating as a portrait artist in 2008, Ellen’s work has been exhibited internationally and featured in numerous media including Yahoo Blog front Page video interview. Beautiful.Bizarre Art Magazine, Gimp Magazine, Phlearn, Mocoloco.

Ellen’s work blurs the boundaries of art, photography and fashion.  Exhibited by Clic Gallery Soho New York, Copperhouse Gallery, Open Window Gallery, Hibernian Gallery, Kilmantin Gallery and many more.

Limited Edition Prints available on Saatchi Gallery,  Open Window Gallery and Copperhouse Gallery.

Image licensing available on Getty Images

Commissions undertaken

Ellen is on Canon Ireland’s Guest Speaker List for their Conferences.

Exhibitions

Kilmantin Art Gallery

Expose Yourself Gallery Dunlaoighre

Tramyard Art Gallery, Dalkey

Clic Gallery, Soho NYC

Gallery 27, Dublin 1

Open Window Gallery, Dublin

Copperhouse Gallery, Dublin

RHA Royal Hibernian Art Fair

Talks/Workshops 2015-2016

Clondalkin Camera Club

Dublin Camera Club

Malahide Camera Club

Castlebar Camera Club

Donegal Camera Club

Galway Camera Club

Belmulet  Camera Club

Greystones Camera Club

Portlaoise Camera Club

Tallaght Camera Club

Celbridge Camera Club

Louth Camera Club

London Brick Lane

Tinakilly House, Wicklow,

Woodbrook House, Enniscorthy.

 

Previous history

Technical Engineer in the Field of Fiberoptic

Business and Marketing Studies

 

 

 

 


 

 

 



11 thoughts on “About Ellen

  1. Hi Ellen
    Thanks for a great evening in Malahide Camera Club on last evening. I have signed up for your newsletter, if yo

  2. Hi Ellen
    Thanks for a great evening in Malahide Camera Club on last evening. I have signed up for your newsl2etter, if you have any other information you can email I would really appreciate it.
    Many thanks
    Brendan

  3. Hi Ellen, enjoyed your presentation at Malahide CC last night. As discussed, I would be interested in getting some information on the 3D cloud brushes.

    Thanks a lot.

    Mark.

  4. Thanks Mark. if you sign up for my newsletter I am sending out an email tomorrow with the brushes in it an a tutorial about how to make your own !!

  5. Hi Brendan, I am sending out a newsletter tomorrow about making your own brushes and so you will get that. I enjoyed the talk too !!

  6. Hi Ellen, great night in Celbridge camera club last night 5th Oct. I was blown away with your photos and ideas. May never get there but will definitely try some of your ideas. Regards Philip

  7. Ellen I was blown away by your work which you kindly let us see last night at the Castlebar Camera club. I will now approach family photos with a new curiosity . Perhaps when my adult children see what can be created they will greet me with “yeah why not instead of oh no mam not another photo”. One can always hope! Oonagh

  8. Oh Thanks for your kind words Oonagh. Sorry for my late reply but for some reason I dont get notified when I get comments on my website so I will have to look into that !!! Send me your email address if you want to get my emails which I send out now and then with tips and tricks you might like !!! Bye for now and thanks again 😉

  9. Hi Philip, Thanks for your lovely comment, sorry but I’m not getting my comments on my website sent to me so I missed your comment. Delighted that you enjoyed the talk and maybe I will see you when I do my workshop there in Celbridge soon. Ellen 😉

  10. Hi Ellen…please allow me to introduce myself. Am an art model. Recently worked with Thomas Dodd. Would love a chance to work with you. If you’d like to see my portfolio reply to my gmail and I’ll be happy to send a link. Your April Victorian shoot sounds magical! The Victorian Period is my favorite.

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