Brooklyn born, Kupencow has studios in Dumbo and Southampton. Besides her sculpture, Kupencow also embraces two-dimensional visual media. Her paintings, intrinsically related to her sculpture in color, form, theme and scale, will be featured at an upcoming exhibition at Anderson Contemporary in the spring of 2016. Common elements in Kupencow's work are joy and movement. These mirror and reflect those qualities within the artist herself, who can frequently be found kick-scooting, biking, or kayaking around Manhattan, Brooklyn, and areas beyond.
Eleanora Kupencow's sculptures, "Horsing Around the Arrows of Time," were first installed at Dag Hammerskjold Plaza (2008-2009), and then at The Pearl Street Triangle in Dumbo (2009-2010), and are now permanently installed at The Children's Museum of the East End, in Bridgehampton, NY. Other sculptures can be viewed at LongHouse Gardens in East Hampton, The Romany Kramoris Gallery, in Sag Harbor, NY, and The White Room Gallery, in Bridgehampton, NY. Six of her Fun Seatz (sculptures for sitting, reclining and climbing) are permanently installed at a Greenstreets pedestrian plaza on Old Fulton Street in Dumbo.