Take a trip to Hawaii of yesterday with this impressionist original painting of Coco Palms on Kauai, noted for its cocktail hour torch lighting ceremony. Noted artist, Ellie Freudenstein captures the light and magic of the now shuttered locale in this 24" x 18" oil on canvas with a wood box style frame.
- Original Oil on Canvas 24" x 18
- Signed "Ellie Freudenstein", lower left
- Artist signature and professional signature designations, "Oil Painters of America. California Art Club" on verso
- Wood box style frame 26" x 20" with slight distressing
A lifelong artist, Ellie Freudenstein earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with Honors at UCLA. There she continued with graduate work under William Brice, Jan Stussey, and Rico Lebrun. After multi-careers in art education, advertising, and motherhood, she returned to plein air painting, based in her "Sea Pines Studio" on the Santa Barbara, California coast. Ellie Fruedenstein is an Artist Member of the California Art Club and Oil Painters of America. She is a Signature Member of the American Impressionist Society, Women Artists of the West and the Gold Coast Watercolor Society. Museum exhibitions include: the Springville Museum of Art (Springville, Utah), Tucson Desert Art Museum (Arizona) and in California at the Autry National Center, Carnegie Art Museum, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, Pasadena Museum of California Art and the Pasadena Museum of History.