The New York Times feature on Eileen Hogan – “British Artist Explores Poetry of Light in Enclosed Spaces” by Roderick Conway Morris.
“As Roger de Grey, then president of the Royal Academy, wrote to her in 1989: “Your drawings are remarkable in that they are abstract, specific and atmospheric. I do not know how you do it. Moreover the translucency of color is as beautiful as any watercolor painting I have ever seen.” – Conway Morris
Eileen Hogan exhibited, “Eileen Hogan: Edges and Enclosures” at Browse & Darby, 9 September – 2 October 2015. The exhibition was accompanied by a book “Eileen Hogan: Edges and Enclosures published by Browse & Darby which can be viewed online here.
Eileen Hogan is the new artist in residence at the Garden Museum London 2016/2017. Gardens In Art: Eileen Hogan in discussion at the Guardian on Painting the Modern Garden at the Royal Academy of Art, London