Ellen earned her degree in Art Education with a minor in Painting at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. In 2009, she completed a residency at the historic Fine Arts Work Center of Provincetown. The recipient of many awards, Ellen's paintings are held in numerous private and corporate collections throughout the U.S. and abroad.
She exhibits her work in group and solo shows, most recently at Artlery160 in Boston's Financial District.
In 2016, she was honored to be juried into the National Association of Women Artists.
Ellen maintains a full-time Gallery in the Cedar Park neighborhood of Melrose, Massachusetts. She is currently represented by the Powers Gallery of Acton, Huff Harrington Fine Art of Atlanta, and Art and Light Gallery of Greenville, South Carolina.