I find writing about art difficult. Music as well. Both disciplines hit me on a profoundly visceral level, a wild and wordless place that for a writer is disconcerting.
So to encourage you to attend a local artist’s opening (and full disclosure, he’s a friend as well), I think it best to stay clear of attempts to put into words what should be experienced on a tactile emotional plain.
I’ll just say – Mark Eisendrath’s sculptures are fascinating forms, riffs on glyphs, and well worth a drive out to Towson this Saturday.
(More images and gallery info after the break)
Saturday, November, 15th 2:00 – 5:00 PM
Towson Framing Gallery
410 York Rd, Towson, MD 21204
Parking: E. Pennsylvania Ave & Delaware Ave
Also showing – Yvon Creighton