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July 15th, 2016

Carole Eisner in the Huffington Post

Carole Eisner‘s monumental sculpture exhibition in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park are featured in an article in the Huffington Post, written by SEFA director Susan Eley

df883cc7-8c35-4236-96ef-2a8e5675d5e4“My mother, Carole Eisner, is a metal worker, a sculptor, an artist. For nearly 50 years she has bent and forged steel to make shapes that dance, glide and delight. My mom continues to gather much of her materials from junkyards throughout southern Connecticut. She was a protector of the planet and an environmentally conscious hipster recycler before the term found object was in vogue.”

Eisner’s sculptures will remain on view in Prospect Park until May 2017. The exhibition was organized by The Prospect Park AllianceNYC Parks and New York gallery Susan Eley Fine Art

Read the full article here
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