Martin Eichinger, American (1949 - )

Martin Eichinger, American (1949 - )

Education
Associate Degree - 1969, Ferris State University, Commercial Design Bachelor of Science – 1971, FSU, Business, Advertising Major Advanced Masters study in sculpture - 1973-1975, Michigan State University

Grants and Awards
Art Renewal Center’s International ARC Salon, First Place, Sculpture Category, 2007 National Sculpture Society, C. Percival Dietsch Award, “Sculpture in the Round,” 2003 National Endowment for the Arts, Grant to create interactive puppets, 1982 Kellogg Fellowship, Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA. Study of the relationship between science and art under Frank Oppenheimer, 1981

Professional Affiliations
Elected Fellow, National Sculpture Society Elected Living Master, Art Resource Center Founding Member, Pacific Northwest Sculptors Member, International Sculpture Center Member, Allied Artists of America

Commissions
Rafic Hariri, Martyred Prime Minister of Lebabnon – Georgetown Univ, Washington D.C., In process Monumental Stations of the Cross – Cloisters on the Platte, In Process Monumental bust of Jim Taylor - Scottish Rite Masonic Temple, 2015 Monumental bust of Gary Kuney - Scottish Rite Masonic Temple, 2015 Relief sculpture - Lisa Doell Memorial, 2013 Portrait bust and high-relief sculpture - Ronald Reagan, 1995, 1996 Sculpture - 10th Mountain Division of the U.S. Army, 50th anniversary, 1993 Relief sculpture - Spain ‘92 Columbus Commemorative, 1991

Museum Projects
Science Museum of Richmond in Richmond, VA: “The Universe Within: An Exhibition of Ourselves”, consultant for 80 hands-on science displays, 1990-2000 South Carolina State Museum in Charleston, SC: Consultant, designer, engineer of Exhibits, 1990-2000 Roper Science Center in Greenville, SC: “Hands- On” Laser Gyro demonstration exhibits, 1990-2000 OMSI in Portland, OR: Designer of exhibits, 1984-1990 Impression 5 in Lansing, Michigan: Consultant, designer and engineer of exhibits, 1979-1984 Public Sculptures Dance of Yes & No - 9'h - cast bronze for the City of Lake Oswego Whirlwind - 54"h x 84"w - cast bronze for the City of Wilsonville The Windlord - 16'h x 12’w x 12’d - cast bronze for the City of Lansing, Michigan Aqueous - 16'h x 12’w x 12’d - tactile sculpture for Michigan School for the Blind

Publications
American Art Collector, “Romancing the Bronze” exhibit preview (April 2009) Art World News, feature (July 2008) Summit Daily News, exhibit preview (July 2008) National Sculpture Society News Bulletin, columns (Mar./Apr. 2008) Art Business News, article (March 2008) Art World News, “The Influence of Sculpture” artist vitae (January 2008) American Art Collector, “Nouveau in Naples” exhibit preview (January 2008)

Work History
1984-present Owner, Eichinger Sculpture Studio, specializing in fine art sculpture and cast bronze works, available in fine art galleries as well as for private and public commissions. 1980-1990 Owner and President, Eyrie Studios, Inc., specializing in planning, design fabricating and installing original exhibits for science museums, children’s museums and public institutions. 1973-1980 Owner and Director, Art & Design Services, specializing in advertising and trade exhibit design services.

Major Collections, Museum Projects
Vijay Mallya, United Breweries of America Arlene Wright Barry Romeril William & Christina Johnston Darrell & Loren Dixon Bob Hope John Gray, Ph.D. Six Foot Two Corporation International Visual Corporation Burlen Corporation South Carolina State Museum Discovery Place, North Carolina OMSI, Portland OR Joe Ricketts, Omaha


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