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Open Door Policy | Paintings by Eileen Downes | Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas
Open Door Policy | Paintings by Eileen Downes | Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas
Open Door Policy | Paintings by Eileen Downes | Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas
Open Door Policy | Paintings by Eileen Downes | Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas

Created and Sold by Eileen Downes

Eileen Downes

Open Door Policy - Paintings

Featured In Museum of Biblical Art, Dallas, TX

$ On Inquiry

Made with a real antique door, the viewer is invited to actually touch and open the door to reveal inside views of heaven collaged on canvas. The front of the door has another collage on it depicting a cross with a real key hanging in front of it. The key to heaven is accepting Christ and opening the door inviting Him in.

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Item Open Door Policy
Created by Eileen Downes
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Eileen Downes
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2019
...the artist who paints with bits of torn paper for a palette.

Eileen Downes is a native of California, currently living and working out of her studio near Portland, Oregon. Always attracted to art, Eileen pursued a career in Graphic Design and Scientific Illustration working for a local Civil Engineering Firm. She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Studio Art from California State University, Sacramento, and a Graphic Design Certificate from the University of California at Davis. She has developed a unique artistic style utilizing the mediums of collage, acrylic pouring, and specific layering techniques. She married her high school sweetheart, and they have three daughters and one granddaughter. Eileen comments upon her personal life: “It is the process of creating visually pleasing or intellectually stimulating artwork that is most personally fulfilling for me as an artist; likewise, it is the process of experiencing a creative life as a woman, wife, mother, daughter, and new grandmother that is most fulfilling for me in spirit. I thank the Lord for giving me the gift to create artwork and to share it with others.”