Nineteen pieces of Ellen Cornett’s story-telling art are on display at the Hill Center Galleries in Washington, DC. All of the art is shown online at this link, with dimensions … Continue reading
Ellen’s new exhibit, “Into the Woods” has 37 of her drawings on display. The Black Rock Gallery, which is hosting the online show, correctly calls Ellen’s work “meticulously detailed drawings.” … Continue reading
The monthly Hill Rag is one of the icons of the Capitol Hill community—like Eastern Market, Union Station, the Hill Center, and Frager’s. So when the July 2019 issue showed … Continue reading
Here are the great birds for June 2019. Two of them even flew in from Germany!
Here are the birds that have flown in for the December 2018 Draw-a-Bird Day:
For DC’s Barrack’s Row Festival in September, Ellen Cornett provided her drawing Owl’s Journey to the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop for its booth at the festival. CHAW artist and instructor … Continue reading
Ellen has a gallery show coming up, and it is as twisted as she is. Appropriately, the show is titled “Twisted: Recent drawings by Ellen Cornett.” Running until November 30, … Continue reading
I love the birds that flew in this month! Here they are.
Two of Ellen Cornett’s exquisitely detailed carbon pencil drawings of animal groupings — Who Killed Cock Robin? and Elephant in the Room Redux — were included in a recent group … Continue reading