Eileen Power, a local (Charleston, SC) artist who shows her work (and the featured painting) at LePrince Fine Art. Her paintings have great depth, color and movement. When I read her bio I was pleasantly surprised to see that she had taken a workshop with Steven Aimone – an artist with ties to Monhegan, Maine – and who’s workshops look like so much fun!
Most of Eileens paintings are large (as I think abstracts need to be) – take a peek!
See more of Eileen’s work via these links:
Read a bit about Eileen, from her website:
These paintings are about space and energy and the paint. While my paintings are greatly influenced by “place”, reflecting the light, color and atmosphere where they are made, the soul of the work is internal and drawn from personal memories and relationships and the feelings generated by such. The dialogue begins with the first mark on the surface. While the color sets the mood the marks and shapes tell the story.
Eileen Power, lives and works in the low country of South Carolina and continues to work with two gifted teachers, Chery Baird of Atlanta and Steven Aimone of Monhegan Island.
Catch you back here tomorrow!