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Triptychs Series 1985-87
The Bride, detail ; Pascal & the Wilderness, Tree of Life; Tree of Death; Angels, Bride I & II, & Pascal;
4 triptychs each, 8’ x 8’
The Bride 1985 Copyright © Eisert Hall
“…the present culture is caught between ages. This results in discomfort even confusion. As I create these works I am aware of a struggle in my own integration. The future struggling with the past, the mind wanting the spirit as integral; emotions stilled by a question that emerges from the process of creation. I do not see my own multi level struggle as a solitary quest; it is a quest resulting from an age that is demanding a more total integration. Room is being made for both the mystic and the scientist…” Excerpt, Eisert Hall Notes, 1985
Inspiration: Patterson Ewen, Mural painting, 1981, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada; Residencies intermittent; New York 1984-5, Research; New York; Marcel Duchamps, a urinal, “Fountain;” Robert Rauschenberg, Paintings, Combine works; Claus Oldenberg and Coose van Bruggan, soft sculptures of utilitarian electronic objects, ; 12th century Italy, Cimabue, Duccio, Massacio, Uffizi Gallery; Leighton Artist Centre 1985, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
Exhibitions; 1990- 91 Works Festival; Edmonton, Alberta Canada; 1987 Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada;
1991- 92 Combine Paintings, 2’x 4’ Design Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada;
1989, Dialogue Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 1989 Neopersona, New York, USA

Eisert Hall´s website is:

About Charalee Graydon

Art Chat introduces art, photography, poetry and narrative and invites submissions from artists and poets from around the world who wish to share their work. Due to demand and time constraints not all work is able to be accepted for publication. Charalee works closely with in producing the materials for this site. The technical and artistic expertise of Kamal at Photofade and those who help with translation is recognized and appreciated.. All images and materials are the property of the artist. No reproduction is allowed without authorization.

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