When Ellen started painting she made a concious choise to work with oil paint, canvas, brushes and turpentine as the basic materials. "Creating is endless, this limitation of materials helps me not to be distracted and to come to new substantive choices."
It is important how form and color merge. For the eye, the pigments that are separately applied in thin layers, mix. The longer you look at a painting, the more it becomes visible. Painting is a dynamic process. “I move with it to stay present with the constant change. Just as long until there is balance. "