Ellen Wineberg uses oil paint stick, dry pastels,and acrylics, often combined with other media to create images of nature and intriguing objects. Light is treated as a majestic force in her work, with its luminosity burning off the misty mountains and casting down purple shadows through branching trees. Wineberg’s shadows are crisp and deep, cooling her work and defining her subjects.
Wineberg received a BA and an Art Teaching Certificate from the University of Washington. She completed a BFA at Boston University. Wineberg has had solo exhibitions at Trustman Gallery, Randall Beck Gallery, both in Boston, MA and Chandler Gallery, Provincetown, MA, and has shown in group exhibitions at Kelly Barrette Fine Art, Boston, MA, Ute Stebich Gallery, Lenox, MA, and Helen Bumpus Gallery, Duxbury, MA. Wineberg will have a solo exhibition at the Bromfield Gallery in March 2012. The artist’s work is collected by Bain & Company, Cabot Corporation, and Fidelity Corporation.