Carole Eisner "Geometric Abstract Paintings, 1979-1982"

Susan Eley Fine Art

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SEFA presents first solo show of Carole Eisner’s paintings. While Eisner has had many paintings exhibitions, this is the first to feature the brief period from the late 70s to early 80s, during which time she painted some 30 geometric abstractions, 14 of which will be on view. A fullyillustrated catalogue is available. Carole Eisner defies categorization as an artist. Equally comfortable working with scrap metal for sculpture and acrylic paint on canvas, Eisner has moved seamlessly between the worlds of steel and paint throughout her long and esteemed career. Those who know her well have said that if you see an Eisner sculpture next to an Eisner painting, you know they are by the same artist.

After receiving a BFA in Fine Art from Syracuse University (1958), Eisner returned to New York City where she worked for several fashion designers. She garnered industry awards, including Mademoiselle magazine’s Best Young Designer from their 10 Women of Merit story in 1961 (Joan Baez won for folk singer that year).

[Image: Carole Eisner "Verde" (1977) acrylic on linen canvas, 60 x 78 in.]



from March 13, 2013 to May 01, 2013

Opening Reception on 2013-03-13 from 18:00 to 20:00


Carole Eisner

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