About the Brenda Eno Gallery
The Brenda Eno Memorial Gallery is dedicated to supporting the work of artists in the visual arts field. Painters, photographers, sculptors, and fabric artists have all had the opportunity to share their work at Lake Shore Center for the Arts. Young artists, Rising artists, Featured artists, and the Artist-in-Residence will be highlighted during the upcoming season. Artists-in-Residence displays will change with each new show.
Brenda Eno was a Westfeild native interested in art at a very early age, forging her art through her parents encouragement, formal art lessons at Chautauqua Institution and the art teachers of WACS. Brenda graduated from Philadelphia College of Fine Arts in 1983 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts majoring in illustration.
She moved to Boston and worked in the Design and Illustration Departments for Wordsworth Bookstore and Penguin Bookshop. From 1986 to 1989 Brenda was the Assistant to Chief of Graphics Service at the Boston Public Library. From 1989 to 1998, Brenda lived in San Francisco working for Chronicle Books, Blue Design and Blue Fish as a book designer. Her goal was to illustrate for children’s books.
Unfortunately, in 1998 she lost her battle with breast cancer. Today her illustrations are enjoyed by many friends and family.