About ellen Glick
Ellen is a well-studied, accomplished and gifted painter. Painting has been her lifelong passion. Ellen welcomes commissions of all types from photographs and other artworks. She has copied the masters such as Vermeer’s “The Girl With the Pearl Earring”, Rembrandt’s self portrait, Winslow Homer’s “Moonlight-Wood Island Light”, Monet’s “The Promenade, Woman With a Parasol”, Peter Max’s “Vase of Flowers” and more, for which she has received rave reviews. She loves painting portraits, especially the faces of interesting people and places she has visited from her world travels. She is a board member of Women’s Painters West.
Ellen started her career in her highly successful ceramic tile painting business, through which she served clients all over the world for twenty-five years. Thereafter, Ellen has focused her professional life primarily in oil painting and watercolor. She is particularly gifted by her ability to copy virtually anything, creating paintings that are more beautiful than the original photograph or artwork.