Barry Eisenach Biography
Barry Eisenach: Bronze Native American art sculpture, wildlife art sculpture, Western art sculpture, and Western paintings|
Painter and sculptor Barry Eisenach works out of his studio in Colorado. After two years at Colorado State University he attended and graduated from Colorado Institute of Art. After 24 years as an illustrator and graphic designer he turned his attention to sculpting and painting. Mr. Eisenach was featured in the January 2000 edition of Southwest Art Magazine and the July/August 2008 issue of Art of the West. He was elected to membership in the Northwest Rendezvous Group in 2003 and is a juried Sculptor Member of the National Sculpture Society.
Sculpture in the Park, Loveland, Colorado; 1999 through 2005 Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum Western Spirit Art Show; 2002 Bosque Conservatory Show, Clifton, Texas; 2002 & 2003 Phippen Museum Miniature Masterpieces Show; 2004 & 2005 Night of the Artists; San Antonio, Texas; 2005 National Sculpture Society Annual Exhibition; 1999 & 2003 National Sculpture Society ?The American West?; 2005 Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana; Painting the Corps: Contemporary Visions of Lewis and Clark; 2006 Western Rendezvous of Art, Helena, Montana; 2002 through 2008
John Spring Art Founder Award; National Sculpture Society 1999 Annual Exhibition Best in Show; 2002 Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum Western Spirit Art Show Gold Medal for Sculpture; 2002 & 2003 Bosque Conservatory Show, Clifton, Texas Montana Historical Society Legacy Award; 2003 Western Rendezvous of Art Silver Rose Award; 2003 National Sculpture Society Annual Exhibition Awards of Merit; 2004 & 2008 Western Rendezvous of Art Show Heritage Award: 2006, 2007 & 2008 Western Rendezvous of Art Show