Ellen Eagle is a New York artist whose intimate portraits, done in pastel on pumice board, have the sensitivity and depth of oil paintings.  Ellen Eagle began her studies at California College of Arts and Crafts before moving to the East Coast and continuing at the National Academy and The Art Students League in New York. 

Ellen Eagle was included in the biannual juried exhibition at the National Academy of Design Museum in New York, and joined Forum Gallery by invitation shortly thereafter.  Her work has been included in exhibitions at the Frye Art Museum, Seattle (WA), Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo (NY), Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown (OH) and the New Jersey State Museum (Trenton).  She received the Edward R. Mooney Traveling Scholarship, the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant, the Phyllis Mason Grant and a full residency scholarship at the Vermont Studio Center, Johnson (VT). 

Ellen Eagle teaches at The Art Students League and the National Academy School of Fine Arts, New York.