Eileen McKeon Butt

Painter and illustrator
(512) 571-3762eileen@eileenmckeonbutt.comeileenmckeonbutt.com
Eileen McKeon Butt

Eileen McKeon

Butt

Isolation Creation IV

2020, Pen and ink and markers on fine art paper, 12.625 x 15.625 x 0.75 in

$
135

Eileen McKeon

Butt

Isolation Creation VI

2020, Pen and ink and markers on fine art paper, 12.625 x 15.625 x 0.75 in

$
135

Eileen McKeon

Butt

Isolation Creation III

2020, Pen and ink and markers on fine art paper, 15.625 x 12.625 x 0.75 in

$
135

Eileen McKeon

Butt

Isolation Creation V

2020, Pen and ink and markers on fine art paper, 15.625 x 12.625 x 0.75 in

$
135

Eileen McKeon

Butt

Isolation Creation I

2020, Pen and ink and markers on fine art paper, 15.625 x 12.625 x 0.75 in

$
135

Eileen McKeon

Butt

Isolation Creation II

2020, Pen and ink and markers on fine art paper, 15.625 x 12.625 x 0.75 in

$
135
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Eileen McKeon Butt

About the Artist

Eileen McKeon Butt is an Austin, TX-based contemporary artist whose diverse styles of artwork range from dynamic science images to expressive abstract painting, as well as realistic portraiture. Depicting the inner character and energy of her subjects is what motivates her - whether the subject is a still life, a portrait, or scientific phenomena. She is an award-winning science artist, whose work has been featured at Art Science Gallery in Austin, TX. She has studied art at Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, PA, the Austin Museum of Art School, and Art + Academy in Austin, TX, where she has also been a teacher. She has been a member of the Creative Arts Society since 2009, a member of the Austin Visual Arts Association since 2014, a member of the SciArt Initiative since 2016, and a member of the International Association of Astronomical Artists since 2016. Her website is: http://eileenmckeonbutt.com/home.html.

Artist Statement

ISO: peace, order, stability, hope... These challenging times have propelled me on an internal quest to find meaning and order in spite of the chaos surrounding us. In response to this desire, an abstract landscape has arisen to answer the challenge. Boundaries and channels of color, form, and line have emerged to assert themselves against the maelstrom. They have brought me hope and purpose. I hope that this series of drawings, which I call "Isolation Creations" speak to you as well, with their reminder that creativity is the most powerful force in the Universe.