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Eleanor Spiess-Ferris

Eleanor Spiess-Ferris is an American symbolist painter cited as a significant surrealist, narrative figurative and feminist artist. Her numerous visual works display powerful influences of the Spanish and Native American cultures of Northern New Mexico, where she grew up. She populates her visual landscapes with human forms – often women paired with birds, plants, and natural phenomena.

Clarion Caw, gouache on paper, 22"x30"
The Devil is in the Decoys, gouache on paper, 22"x30"
Frost Comes to Summer, gouache on paper, 22"x22"
The Chair, gouache on paper, 22"x22"
Fall, gouache on paper, 22"x22"
Island Birds, gouache on paper, 22"x22"
Lake Birds, gouache on paper, 22"x22"
Passing Through, gouache on paper, 22"x30"
Listening to Frogs, gouache on paper, 22"x22"
Homage to Fussie - The Nightmare, gouache on paper, 22"x22"
Miss America, gouache on paper, 22"x22"
Going Home, gouache on paper, 22"x22"