Eleanor Sweeney makes photographs, sometimes as straight prints, and sometimes as transfers on paper, metal, wood and fabric. Her eye is often drawn to small, ordinary things, which she likes to manipulate a bit.
All of the works have been manipulated in one way or another. Most have been resized, and Eleanor continues to play with the color, sometimes intensifying it and sometimes inverting the values. A few are reflections of scenes in mylar, and many of the pieces are images transferred onto birch boxes.