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Ellen O

ELLEN BARRON O'REILLY

Imaginative Photography

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2017, February - I am currently in the process of updating the works on my website. It's a long process, but each week there will be new artwork added and older pieces removed. Also restructuring some of the Galleries, so please bear with me!! If one you were thinking of purchasing has been removed, simply email me with the picture title and I will add it back in for you to order. Thank you for your patience!

My photography can be traditional, unaltered photography with an eye for the unusual slant on things, or a combination of an original picture that I apply my creative inspirations to, making it into a unique work of art. Every day I am inspired in some way, and making those inspirations a reality is what I love doing most. I hope you will find that unusual piece you are looking for here that speaks to you, but if you do not, please contact me for a consultation and I can custom design a piece specifically for you.

BACKGROUND: Attended Glassel School of Art for basic black and white film photography course.
Attended the Art Institute of Houston for digital photography courses.
Self study

EXPERIENCE: Have displayed my work in numerous art shows since 2007 and have earned First,
Second, Third and Honorable Mention ribbons.
Member of the Conroe Art League in Conroe, TX and the Woodlands Art League in
the Woodlands, TX.
Worked at the Louis Wheeler Fine Art Gallery and had a permanent display there.

OTHER ONLINE PRESENCE: Ellen Barron O'Reilly, Photographic Artist on Facebook and I am on
LinkedIn. Check out my photo/poetry books on Blurb.com

Ellen is a native of Detroit, Michigan and is fourth in a family of seven. She is married to Bob O'Reilly and they have 3 children. From those 3 children, they were blessed with 9 grandchildren and 5 step grandchildren. They have moved around quite a bit over the years, but finally settled in the Houston area in 1996. They now live just north of Houston near The Woodlands, Texas. Ellen creates her works from her home studio and has exhibited her work in art galleries, shows, public city buildings, model homes and other local art events.