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Ellen Sinel
Washington, DC

Ellen Sinel paints landscapes both real and imagined. She seeks to “develop an atmosphere of quiet and peace, sometimes with an overlay of mystery” Sinel’s work exposes the flux and instability of our environment due to climate change. Many of her paintings of trees are scenes from a moving train window. She spends summers on lower Cape Cod, where she captures the light, landscape, and seascape, as they continuously and dramatically shift. Her work is in collections, personal and corporate, throughout the US.

"My hope is to evoke an emotion, an awareness and connectedness to our ever-changing surroundings."

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Over The Truro Hill // 40" x 52" // Oil on canvas
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Branches In A Blue Sky Day  // 24" x 24" // Oil on canvas
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Trees From A Moving Train III // 40" x 52" // Oil on canvas
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While Driving Past Fall Trees // 40" x 52" // Oil on canvas
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Winter Thoughts // 34" x 52" // Oil on canvas
For more information about this artist, contact Edith
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