Carole Eisner Featured in Connecticut’s “NewsTimes”
Those works, like nearly all of Eisner’s sculptures, emerged from her garage studio in Weston, or at least started there. She uses a gantry, the kind of towering lifter more commonly seen at a marina or foundry, to hoist pieces of metal onto a cutting table. The table is raised and lowered by a scissoring jack, similar to a car jack, but much, much bigger. Her torch is a 10,000-degree arc welder.