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  Ellie Freudenstein Waterhouse Gallery
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Hilltop to the Islands
20 x 24 Oil

Spring Path
30 x 36 Oil
 

Spring Jubilee
40 x 30 Oil

Garden Bouquet
24 x 30 Oil 

Evening Breeze
24 x 30 Oil

 

May Matilijas
12 x 16 Oil

From The Riviera
12 x 16 Oil

Spring Days
36 x 30 Oil

Foothill Blues
16 x 20 Oil
   

Garden Morning
20 x 24 Oil

Working Cattle
8 x 8 Oil

 

Pay Attention!
8 x 8 Oil

Mesa Spring
30 x 40 Oil
  

 

Taking a Break
8 x 8 Oil

Fast Getaway
8 x 8 Oil
 

 

Morning in the Meadow
9 x 12 Oil
 

Sunup, Santa Barbara
11 x 14 Oil

 
Garden Path
36 x 30 Oil

 

Weekend Memories
30 x 36 Oil  

 

Casa on the Hill
12 x 16 Oil

Afternoon Quiet
16 x 20 Oil
 SOLD

Trail's End
9 x 12 Oil SOLD

Up the Trail
20 x 16 Oil

Greenhouse Green Thumb
10 x 12 Oil
SOLD 

 

Noon
18 x 24 Oil
SOLD

A Clear Path
16 x 20 Oil
SOLD

Sunday Morning Ride
16 x 20 Oil
 SOLD 

Unforgettable Jimmy's
10 x 12 Oil

 

Jimmy's Not Forgotten
12 x 9 Oil
SOLD 

 

Garden Refuge
24 x 36 Oil
SOLD

 

Rear Guard
8 x 8 Oil
SOLD

 

Morning Shadows
12 x 9 Oil  SOLD 

Bonjour
12 x 9 Oil

 

Jimmy's Oriental Garden
12 x 9 Oil
SOLD

 

Island View Spring
8 x 8 Oil
SOLD

Garden Fountain
18 x 24 Oil
SOLD

Backyard View
20 x 24 Oil
SOLD

Peyriac de Mar
12 x 9 Oil

Botanic Color
9 x 12 Oil
SOLD 

Away from it All
12 x 9 Oil
SOLD 

 

Late Arrival
8 x 8 Oil
SOLD  

 

Island View
8 x 10 Oil
SOLD

On the Beach
8 x 8 Oil
SOLD

Mesa Evening Ride
8 x 8 Oil
SOLD  

High Noon On The Mesa
8 x 8 Oil
SOLD 

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Ellie attended UCLA, earning a B.A.in Fine Arts with Honors. She did
graduate work at UCLA under the direction of William Brice, Jan
Stussey, Sam Amoto and Rico Lebrun. After a career in graphic Design
and raising a family, she returned to her first love, painting.
Freudenstein paints 'en plein air'; her chosen media are oil and
watercolor. She enjoys painting landscapes, mostly of California's
central coast, France and Italy. Her paintings are richly colored with
a great sense of movement energy, and emotion.
Today, she works in her studio and in the field doing studies in
Italy, France,and in the central coast near Santa Barbara, Ca. .
Ellie is often asked to teach workshops for various art societies or
private groups.
She is a full artist member of the California Art Club; Oil Painters of
America, Signiture Member of American Impressionist Society; Signature
Member of the Women Artists of the West, and recently inducted into the
National Association of Women Artists.

 

 

 

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