Following up on his 2014 solo exhibition, Dialogue with Nature, Eisenhour mounts his latest, site-specific installation. SWARM features bronze and mixed-media jellyfish—enhanced by mass, motion, and light—highlighting the artist’s concerns with global warming. Also featured are the Eisenhour’s newest, larger-scale barnacles from his Tideline series.

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About the Artist

David Eisenhour is a sculptor living and working in Port Hadlock, WA. He portrays and interprets organic forms, and through his artistic processes tells stories of natural history and human experience. His artistic vision reflects his lifelong inquiries and documentation of the forms and beauty in nature, as well as issues related to the environment.

His work is primarily created in bronze, stainless steel, found stones, cast concrete, coal, and mixed media. He has created various patina processes and experimented with casting techniques—enhancing the textures, colors, and reflective qualities in his sculptures. 

Related Programs

Eye on Artist: David Eisenhour with Nina Bednarsek
Sunday, September 13, 3-5pm. Tickets here.

Check our Meet the Artist summer schedule for opportunities to engage with the artist.



More Exhibitions


BIMA@5: Selections from the Permanent Art Collection

Jon and Lillian Lovelace Gallery
October 13 - February 03, 2019
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