February 2011


  • Painting on Cardboard

    When I first wondered about painting on cardboard myself, I of course googled it…and now Google is sending some of you to *this* entry for info on ‘painting on cardboard.’ So here’s what I’ve learned from my experience with cardboard so far: Artists have been painting on cardboard for over 100 years (e.g. this Picasso, 1900).…


  • Patina Crisis Resolved

    “Exploring Happiness” series, “Orangutan” by Steve Eichenberger 20″h x 15″w x 7″d Fired ceramic, rubbed pigment and wax patina, wall mount. I’ve been working on publicity for our Valentines season double weekend show in our new Venetian Red Gallery space, so haven’t had much time to sculpt recently, but I did accomplish something, something I’ve…


  • Untitled

    Untitled, ceramic sculpture by Steve Eichenberger SOLD A little smaller than life size. Sculpted solid, hollowed out, pieces cut out and glazed separately, then black grouted back together. It doesn’t translate in the photo, but the mid-toned portions have exquisite patterns of shiny black nubbins smaller than the head of a pin; visually and tactilely…


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