Martin Eichinger’s narrative sculptures reflect mythic concepts, storytelling, emotion, and the human spirit.
“My attention has shifted to a renewed interest in human emotions, contemporary mythic storytelling and particularly in the refinement of my skills, as much as I am able to capture that elusive quality called ‘beauty.’”
Figurative sculptures and dream-like narratives have been the expression of Martin Eichinger's thoughts for over 30 years. There is, however, another thread that unites many of his creations. He is also fascinated with science and our relationships on a much larger, cultural, even cosmic scale.
View some of his most recent explorations.
“The positive power of art: When it celebrates life, when its healing power is set free, when it is able to enchant the heart.”
- Marty Eichinger.
Recent public art installations include architectural features of LEDs that create changing imagery in a continuous stream of form and color.
Expressive Movement and Dance
Cloisters on the Platte
Stations of the Cross
This commission has been called “The Sistine Chapel of our time.”
See the 3-year process behind this larger-than-life masterpiece.
Creating a credible likeness of recognizable public figures is a challenge only a master sculptor can accomplish.
James (Jim) Taylor
Creating a larger-than-life
bust of the former
Prime Minister of Lebanon
working only from photos was
a challenge of monumental proportion.