7 – David Eisenhour

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Sculpture

220 Curtiss Street, Port Hadlock, WA 98339
Telephone: 360.643.1312
e-mail: [email protected]
Web site: www.eisenhoursculpture.com

Demonstration:

In the studio of Eisenhour Sculpture tour participants will see works of art in various stages of the lost wax casting process, some fabricated pieces, and a complete metal working shop. Sculptor David Eisenhour will explain the various techniques he uses and will also be working on some works in progress.

Directions:

If you are coming from Port Townsend going south on Irondale Road, take a left on Matheson (same street Port Hadlock Port Office is on), proceed two blocks, take a left on Curtiss. We are at 220 Curtiss, the second house on the right. Look for signs from Irondale Road.

Artist Statement:

My work is inspired by my respect for the environment and its hold on our psyche. Using a microscope or magnifying lens I find evocative primordial forms that serve as subject matter for my sculptures. I use a balance of representation and interpretation to accentuate any symbolism I find in these forms. I hope to achieve a connection between artifice viewer and the natural world.

Studio is open by appointment the remainder of the year

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