Opening Reception Sep 10, 5-7pm
I am eclectic visual artist with a fascination for the past. My historic interest lies between reality and illusion. My artistic vision creates a historic stream that is not confined to my studio. I experience it in my daily life. I am my art; in the very simple sense that it reflects me and I echo it. I work from the inside out. The work reveals back to me my inner self.
Many people compartmentalize their lives to make their lives easier; by separating each part life is simplified. I do the opposite. I automatically departmentalize my life, making each part spill over into the other.
The art of embellishment has always fascinated me because branding simultaneously marks things as individualistic and as part of a specific style.
Throughout my work there is a strong reminiscent quality, which defines my style. I currently express my creativity through the use of combined media. Encaustic is one of my primary tools. Fiber, Wire, beads, threads, copper and digital photography/printmaking are also used to create the final works of art.
Linda Sorkin-Eisenberg is an eclectic, visual artist with a major interest in imparting technique to others. Her artistic vision is not limited to the studio; it has infused her life, sparking an impulse both to create and explore. Creating two and three-dimensional works of art through paper design and sculpturing has been a primary focus. As a means of fostering her own artistic growth and that of others, Linda has founded organizations dedicated to design and education.
Meet the Artist
Learn more about Linda Sorkin-Eisenberg’s work and get a preview of what you can expect this September as she joins Suzy Vance for a conversation.