Eileen Patten Oliver has been painting in both Maine and Massachusetts for more than 50 years. She managed the art gallery at the West Quoddy Head Light visitorís Center in Lubec, ME for several seasons in the early 2000ís, taught Adult Education Painting, and has had many one woman and group shows around New England. She studied with Paul Shea, Peter Nyren and Constantine Sgouras & took a class at Mass College of Art, but is predominantly self-taught. Her paintings hang in many private homes and businesses. Eileen is originally from Waltham, MA and lived in Lubec and Randolph, Maine from 1998-2010. She currently lives and paints in Gloucester, MA with her husband, James Oliver, who is also an accomplished painter, illustrator and print maker (etching) and sculptor. Eileen is an Artist Member of the North Shore Arts Association and the Newburyport Art Association and has dozens of top three placements, including 30+ first place wins, in contests sponsored on the Fine Art America website. Her painting 'The Schooners' won the Mary Alice Arakalian Award for Best Oil Painting in Show at the prestigious 2014 Newburyport Art Association Regional Juried Show.
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: THE FIRST 48 IMAGES ON THIS SITE are original works that are still available for purchase (Up to and including 'Rockport Harvest Moon'). Contact me directly through this website if interested or to get more information (either click on the 'email Eileen Patten Oliver' hyperlink on my webpage or on the 'contact the artist' link through the FAA site). Fine Art prints are also available of all of those works plus all of the 70+ additional images on this site (all sold works) through Fine Art America.Please check each image in the description area for current pricing. Commissions are also accepted. For original art, my sole method of payment is through PayPal. To contact me directly regarding the purchase of ORIGINAL art, please email. Original paintings can only be purchased directly from the artist and can not be ordered through the site. For the purchase of prints and cards, follow the directions on the Fine Art America page.