Click on "Originals" above to see both paintings and sculpture. Painter and sculptor Barry Eisenach was born in 1952 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska and educated at Colorado State University and the Colorado Institute of Art.
After 25 years as a graphic designer and illustrator, Eisenach began sculpting seriously in 1997. His sculptures have been exhibited at the 1999 and 2000 Sculpture in the Park, Loveland, Colorado, and at the National Sculpture Society
1999 Annual Exhibition, where he received the John Spring Art Founder Award.
Eisenach was featured in the January 2000 edition of Southwest Art Magazine.
Whether sculpting dancers, cowboys, Indians or athletes, Eisenach's work captures the intelligence and emotion of his subjects. Through his art he tries to explore the human experience in a way that the viewer can identify with. He lists his major influences as Ned Jacob, Nicolai Fechin, Joaquin Sorrolla, Burton Silverman, George Carlson, Hollis Williford and Auguste Rodin