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Elizabeth Lennie’s love of water translates on canvas

Elizabeth Lennie’s love of water translates on canvas

  • Jun 08, 2019
  • Posted by eisenhauer
  • Eisenhauer Gallery Exhibits
It’s not surprising that artist Elizabeth Lennie is drawn to water subjects. Lennie is an avid scuba diver who spends part of every year in Mexico pursuing her passion. What might surprise those viewing her paintings, considering the sophistication of her work, is that she only started painting seriously in 2004. Before then, Lennie was busy pursuing other equally ambitious careers. The Canadian native worked in interior design and as...
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Full Circle

Full Circle

  • May 04, 2019
  • Posted by eisenhauer
  • Artist Interviews
Monica Wyatt came by her chaotic creator role honestly. “I grew up in this Dr. Demento kind of aesthetic of materials,” she says. “My dad is a physicist-inventor, and as the weekend janitor and chief bottle washer for many years, I was surrounded by test tubes, lasers, petri dishes and other laboratory wonders. I would collect all types of found and broken knickknacks and fashion them into odd keepsakes, sometimes...
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Summer favorites on view at Eisenhauer Gallery

Summer favorites on view at Eisenhauer Gallery

  • Sep 18, 2018
  • Posted by eisenhauer
  • Eisenhauer Gallery Exhibits
After her busiest August in 20 years, Elizabeth Eisenhauer has taken a deep breath and hung her favorite art from the summer in her gallery through September. Her selections come from 45 artists carried by the Edgartown gallery. Among them, she has spotlighted four artists: Santiago Garcia, Chase Langford, Rob Brooks, and Stephanie Danforth.   An artist who comes from Uruguay, Garcia specializes in triple-life-size depictions of sneakers. In a...
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The Divine Feminine and Golden Poppies

The Divine Feminine and Golden Poppies

  • Aug 08, 2018
  • Posted by eisenhauer
Stephanie Danforth is one of Eisenhauer Gallery’s beloved island artists. Having taken her first art class her senior year in college and a smattering of classes thereon, Danforth cultivated her artistic ability through years of primarily independent learning. In 2000, she stepped away from her job as a pediatric nurse to pursue painting full time and never looked back. When asked about her style Danforth says that it “mimics my...
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Beautiful Now: The Art & Soul of Floating & Drifting: Carol Bennett

Beautiful Now: The Art & Soul of Floating & Drifting: Carol Bennett

  • Aug 05, 2018
  • Posted by eisenhauer
The website Beautiful Now has written a wonderful piece about our artist Carol Bennett. Please check out the article and learn more about her beautiful and powerful paintings!
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Technicolor Noir with T.S. Harris

Technicolor Noir with T.S. Harris

  • Jul 29, 2018
  • Posted by eisenhauer
Tracy Sylvester Harris’s distinctive style is best described as technicolor noir. Born to two Las Vegas artists, T.S. Harris was reared in an environment that enabled her to hone her skills from a young age.  She now lives in San Luis Obispo, California. Her work draws from Western culture and is reminiscent Golden age Hollywood, Film Noir, and is heavily focused on the female form and mid-summer scenes.    ...
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Hugh Holborn's Albula

Hugh Holborn's Albula

  • Jul 22, 2018
  • Posted by eisenhauer
  • Artist Interviews
Hugh Holborn is that rare kind of craftsman who is also an auteur in his own right.  He brings industrial materials such as steel, iron and salvaged metals to life as metallic marine life, honoring the aquatic creatures around which he lives. Growing up between the New England islands and Florida, Holborn feels blessed to have always lived boating on and swimming in the waters that now inspire his metalwork....
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