Eleanor Score: an Artist with Her Own Vocabulary

December 2, 2011
By

Artist Eleanor Score.

Color, it’s all about the color.

Eleanor Scores paintings are full of life, energy and a beautiful sense of color that is a pure expression of her joie de vivre. She lives her art. As a longtime resident of Beacon Hill and Provincetown, Eleanor reflects both city life and the seaside with a freshness that simply makes you smile.

In Eleanor’s words, “Color has always been the thing that vibrates and is very vital to me. The first thing I see in the world is the color of everything. I paint because I have to. I am not content only to see what’s around me: I am physically compelled to paint it. I paint from life, or sketches done on the spot, because it seems to work best to capture the energy and movement of my subject. I usually paint light, sometimes directly. Or just express light through color, as Matisse did.”

Come and experience Eleanor’s joyous vision at “The Gallery” at Boston Art & Framing, 100 Charles St. You are invited to a wine-and-cheese reception and official gallery opening for Eleanor on Thursday, Dec. 1, from 7 to 9 p.m.

 

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