Martin Eichinger

2516 SE Division Street
Portland, Oregon 97202

Bringing Down the House
22"h x 14"w

A mighty cause, poised to surrender to an invisible fate.

Artist's Statement

   “Although most people see me as a figurative sculptor, I prefer being thought of as a narrative artist. It’s this quality of my work that connects my heart and soul to others who are looking at it, or preferably, feeling it. I believe that my artwork is complete once I sense that it has entered someone’s life in a meaningful way. Collectors have told me that when my art enters their home, it realizes a place in their lives that is much larger than the aesthetic experience alone; it becomes part of their shared culture. By sharing story and emotion through the human form I feel connected in a deeper way, both with the people who view my finished work, and while I am working on a new piece. Ultimately, I am interested in having my sculptures say more about us as a people, about our spirits or our aspirations.

Dreams of Ecstacy
70"h x 17"w

A journey, from the elusive height of fulfillment, to the rejected low of ecstasy denied; and all the emotions in between.

To Love is To Be
62"h x 16"w

The act of loving and being loved is integral to our being.

One With
62"h x 20"w

We each of take a moment to ponder what we are connected to, what we are One With.

Bird in the Hand
44"h x 16"w

A story of commitment, as the grace of the ballerina is elevated and exalted through the support of her steadfast partner.

Pacific Northwest Sculptors  4110 S.E. Hawthorne Blvd. #302,   Portland, OR 97214