Bouquet with Hydrangeas
Digging a Pipeline for Marcellus Gas
Black River Jamaica 2014
Alpaca at the Snake Creek Alpaca Farm
Bird Looking for Love
Turtle at the Beach
Paper Wasps Nest
Woody the Pileated Woodpecker
Manufacturing Bellevilles near Freeport PA
Keep Back Fifty Feet
The Maple Tree
The Birch Tree
Moorea, French Polynesia
I paint things that interest me. Hot air balloons at the Spiedie Fest, Marcellus drilling rigs that look like space shuttles ready to launch, old photographs, historical events, and things I 've seen when traveling all end up in my art. My work is impressionistic. I use gold leaf and oil.
Eileen Kopleman grew up on a dairy farm in Susquehanna County, PA. She was a Rotary International exchange student to Sweden, and graduated from Indiana University of PA after spending her junior year in France. She was a retail clothing buyer for twenty years. She began painting at the age of forty-four under the tutelage of fine artist Carol W. Salyers. Eileen lives in Lower Burrell with her husband.