I’m interested in landscapes, our experience of them, exploring that relationship and translating it to a canvas. But I’m also interested in how adding an image, in this case a painting, into a space changes the experience of that interior space.
WHISPERS: This body of work is about a pause. The paintings are quiet. In an increasingly chaotic and visually saturated world, this work uses the landscape to explore notions of calm and reflection.
Eden McDowell Keil is a visual artist and recent transplant to the Roaring Fork Valley. She received her BA from Harvard University in painting and architecture and her Master’s from Pratt Institute in art therapy and creativity development. Eden has spent the past ten years balancing her personal studio practice with a more collaborative focus on community based public art, teaching, and art therapy.