Eisenhauer Gallery Blog

Art Gallery Scene Heats Up as Summer Nears

Art Gallery Scene Heats Up as Summer Nears

  • Jun 19, 2021
Louisa Hufstader - Vineyard Gazette  Thursday, May 27, 2021 - 1:32pm   Island art galleries are readying for another busy season, after many saw robust sales in 2020 as locked-down households grew tired of the same old walls and a wave of pandemic home-buyers feathered new nests. At Edgartown’s Christina Gallery, owner Christina Cook said she sold all of landscape painter Marjorie Mason’s new work last summer. Ms. Mason’s new...
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The Resplendent Multimedia Portraits of Janice Frame

The Resplendent Multimedia Portraits of Janice Frame

  • Mar 18, 2021
Profile By Pat Waring Vineyard Style | Early Spring 2021    Diversity, creativity, education, and a bone-deep reverence for and heart connection to her African heritage and an exultant delight in art have always woven through the fabric of Janice Frame’s life, culminating in her arresting and thought-provoking artwork. Her Reddancers creations, encompassing brightly garbed sculptural dolls as well as her current resplendent multimedia portraits, bring to life the precious...
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A Black Artist’s Haven on a White Vineyard

A Black Artist’s Haven on a White Vineyard

  • Mar 06, 2021
  • eisenhauer
  • Featured Artist's Profiles
Martha's Vineyard has long been seen as a summer retreat for the East Coast elite. The island’s reality, however, is a far more complex environment that has welcomed and inspired generations of Black Americans, including an artist and doll maker named Janice Frame. Martha's Vineyard has been a major part of my life since 1955, when my parents brought the family here for the summer; they fell so in love...
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Bold new works at the Eisenhauer Gallery

Bold new works at the Eisenhauer Gallery

  • Sep 17, 2020
  • eisenhauer
  • Eisenhauer Gallery Exhibits
The Eisenhauer Gallery in Edgartown has always been known for the diversity of the work on display. From abstract to realism, from landscapes to figurative art, the one thing you won’t find on the walls of the light-filled gallery is anything ordinary. Now in her 20th year of showcasing art on the Vineyard, Elizabeth Eisenhauer has added two new artists to the mix, and each brings something new and exciting...
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Restoring Human Dignity, One Portrait at a Time

Restoring Human Dignity, One Portrait at a Time

  • Aug 08, 2020
  • Posted by eisenhauer
  • Eisenhauer Gallery Exhibits
At a time when most people are encountering each other with half their facial features masked, the latest portraits in Janice Frame’s Red Dancers series are exceptionally appealing—and not only because we can see their whole faces. Now on display at the Eisenhauer Gallery in Edgartown, Ms. Frame’s African tribal members invite viewers to lock eyes with them in a dialogue deeper than words. Each is an individual and highly...
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Meet Chase Langford

Meet Chase Langford

  • Dec 07, 2019
  • Posted by eisenhauer
Today we’d like to introduce you to Chase Langford. So, before we jump into specific questions, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.I’m a map geek going way back to childhood. Geography was my window to the world. I studied and drew maps as a kid, then studied Geography at UC Santa Barbara and then landed a dream job as a cartographer at UCLA. Concurrently...
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From the Pages to the Fingers of Artist Derek Gores, Mad Genius

From the Pages to the Fingers of Artist Derek Gores, Mad Genius

  • Sep 03, 2019
  • Posted by eisenhauer
  • Artist Interviews
The canvas and mind are blank. When will the inspiration come?  Stacks of magazines and newspapers are in the corner.  Suddenly, a page leaps out and a cocoon forms to lock in the creativity.  The mind and hands start playing a symphony to create a masterpiece. Let me introduce you to internationally renowned artist, Derek Gores.  I have purchased my ticket for his symphony and am taking my seat.  He is...
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