Barry Eisenach

Barry Eisenach

Eisenach 2016

Barry Eisenach

Born 1952 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska; lives in Arvada, Colorado

Eagle Spirit
2014, bronze, 44 x 15 x 18 inches

Having grown up in the American West, I am naturally drawn to portraying the lives and history of the people of this region. For those of us who work in this genre, it is a privilege to stand on the shoulders of those who have come before us.

AFTER TWO YEARS at Colorado State University, Barry Eisenach attended and graduated from Colorado Institute of Art. He spent twenty-three years as an illustrator and graphic designer before turning his attention to sculpting and painting. Eisenach was featured in the January 2000 edition of Southwest Art and the July/August 2008 and 2011 issues 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. He and his wife, Patti, enjoy hiking in the Rocky Mountains, snorkeling, beaches, and travel. Their son, Justin, lives in California.

Notable Awards and Achievements

2009       Montana Historical Society, Western Rendezvous of Art, Heritage Award (also 2006, 2007, 2008)
2009       Montana Historical Society, Western Rendezvous of Art, Award of Merit (also 2004, 2008)
2003       National Sculpture Society Annual Exhibition, Silver Rose Award
2003       Montana Historical Society, Western Rendezvous of Art, Montana Historical Society Legacy Award
2003       Bosque Arts Center, Bosque Art Classic, Gold Medal for Sculpture (also 2002)
2002       Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum, Western Spirit Art Show and Sale, Best in Show
1999       National Sculpture Society Annual Exhibition, John Spring Art Founder Award


National Sculpture Society
Northwest Rendezvous

Gallery Representation

Goodnight Trail Gallery of Western Art, Mancos, Colorado
Saks Galleries, Denver, Colorado
Wilcox Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
Wild Horse Gallery, Steamboat Springs, Colorado