Monday, September 5, 2011

Mark Eisendrath's FLUX - FLOW

Tuesday September 27th
Meet the Artist
Breakout Panel Discussion for Apartment Therapy from 7-9.

The work speaks for itself in Mark Eisendrath's FLUX - FLOW exhibition. Inspired by leaves, branches, embers and sky, Eisendrath utilizes natural materials such as birch and oak, then welds colorful pigments for truly stunning results. Equally fitting in both home and corporate settings, the pieces connect with the viewer on an intimate level. Eisendrath is in interior designer's dream.

The Dunes presents the latest exhibition by artist Mark Eisendrath. Eisendrath experiments with emulsion to create an element of deception in his sculpture: wooden pieces appearing as metal.

When & Where:
The Dunes Gallery, 1402 Meridian Place, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20010.

Exhibition runs through Sept 30th, 2011. Available for private viewings (contact deidree {at}dunesllc{dot}com
Or during events at The Dunes
Opening Reception Wednesday, September 7th 7:30 - 11:30 p.m.

About the artist:
Mark Eisendrath started his career in 1996, after graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design. Starting in large, abstract paintings while completing residencies in Rhode Island and Paris, Eisendrath later shifted into sculptural works. Using wooden objects and paper, Eisendrath uses the process of emulsion and charring, turning objects into metallic optical illusions.

Eisendrath has been awarded the Jury Prize by the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts and Jury Prize in Sculpture from the Towson Arts Collective, presented by the Baltimore Museum of Art.

He has created original installations for properties in Baltimore and Virginia and is the founder of Mark Art LLC, the holding company for a Baltimore combined living and studio space for urban artists. He was recently profiled in Baltimore STYLE magazine.
See more images from the show HERE