Here is a short video of one of my Jellyfish installations.
Vashon Center for the Arts- Revering Nature the awe-inspiring natural world seen through the eyes of ten Puget Sound area artists. Curating the November exhibit is Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Executive Director Greg Robinson. Click HERE to view an interview of Greg about the exhibition.
Following up on his 2014 solo exhibition, Dialogue with Nature, Eisenhour mounts his latest, site-specific installation. SWARM features bronze and mixed-media jellyfish—enhanced by mass, motion, and light—highlighting the artist’s concerns with global warming. Also featured are the Eisenhour’s newest, larger-scale barnacles from his Tideline
Mixing matter at MoNA
By Stephen Hunter
Cascadia Weekly, April 15, 2015
A glorious assemblage of David Eisenhour’s sculptures of sea creatures, cast in silvered bronze, greets the visitor to “Neo-Naturalist,” currently at La Conner’s Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA). These brilliant objects celebrate our joy of discovering the beauty in nature.
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