(American, born 1959)
David Eisenhour is a bronze sculptor inspired by the wildlife and ecology of his home in Port Hadlock, on the Olympic Peninsula in Northwestern Washington. He states, "Magnification informs my art. Looking at bits of the natural world under the microscope is my connection to the building blocks of life. The recognition of repetitive patterns gives me sense of belonging to something grand."
Born in Pennsylvania, Eisenhour served in the U.S. Army for four years before training as a fabricator for a foundry in Virginia state. He moved to Washington state in 1992 to join Riverdog Fine Arts Foundry in Chimacum, on the Olympic Peninsula.