Art and Physics in Sculpture

The Duet Series
Martin has added romantic sculptures to The Duet Series several times since the early 1990s. Each bronze sculpture includes a couple in a different relationship. Some of these come from Martin’s own experiences. Others are from his observations. Exquisitely rendered, the depth of these sculptures of dancers moves far beyond simple aesthetics. The dramas of each couple explore the dynamic nature of relationships.
Free to Fly
Dance of Yes and No
Dance of Yes & No Busts
Bird in the Hand
Cross My Heart
Dancing With the Devil
Ideoform Series  

This series was inspired by ideograms, a communications form used by many Asian cultures. The forms are like brush strokes created in space with certain meanings and emotions attached. Unlike most of Eichinger’s work, the figures are a response to the mood of the abstract shapes. The series connects with the artist’s interest in scientific principles.

Heat Rising
Event Horizon
The Dance Series

Dynamic movements, expressive emotion - inspired by the pleasures of living. A blissful abandon - letting go of our lead as we dance through life, spirited and free.

Dancing By Heart
Sail Away
Fireside Dancer

Eichinger Sculpture Studio

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Dance of Yes and No

41"H x 11"W x 11" D – Edition closed – Edition: 50 – 2001 106"H x 23"W x 23"D – Available – Edition: 25 – 2003 Like relationships, these sculptures change their meanings and messages as we shift our point of view. As they rotate, their interaction shifts: surrender to defense, acceptance to denial, and commitment to departure. The mood is defined by the orientation of the sculptures.

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