Cartoonish figuration depicting a pair of legs hidden by a raspberry drip wash hovers deliciously above a pale blue background

Eileen O’Kane Kornreich, Pressures of Duality (2023). Acrylic, Conte Crayon on Canvas. 60 x 48 x 1.5 in. Photo Credit: Barbara Hermor .

Eileen O’Kane Kornreich is a New York-based visual artist creating art for over forty-five years and is a member of White Columns Artist Registry. Her practice spans drawing, paintings, printmaking and unique artists books utilizing watercolor, ink, colored pencils, graphite, spray paints, acrylic, paper, and canvas to depict abstracted figurative art. Daily studio work with live models and her own photographs, she constructs and reworks compositions with layers of material searching for form, mass, and space.

Recent exhibitions have included her one hundred foot drawing performance during Warren Neidich’s Swept Away, Love Letter to a Surrogate(s), Guild Hall (East Hampton, NY), INFO BAHN Associate Artist Alumni Exhibition, Atlantic Center for the Arts (New Smyrna Beach, FL), LongHouse Reserve (East Hampton, NY), Henry Klimowicz’s Together in Isolation at his The Re Institute (Millerton, NY) and Julie Keyes Galleries (Sag Harbor, NY, (Wellington, FL). She has been an artist in resident many times, most recently at Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach, FL.