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  • Art at the Geode

Meet the Artists

Updated: Jul 7, 2022

Art at the Geode represents local Portland artists, Martin Eichinger and Barry Mack.

The gallery originally opened solely with Eichinger’s bronze figurative sculpture, but over the course of the year, two new artists have been added to the gallery. Eichinger’s new transparent sculptures incorporate light in their viewing experience and he wanted his additional artists to also fall under the same theme-- whether as inspiration or directly in their work.

Martin Eichinger

Eichinger’s work at Art at the Geode reveals two personalities. In fact, you would not recognize that both bodies of work came from the brain of the same artist. Eichinger is most recognized for his figurative bronze sculptures, which he has been creating for over 40 years. And in the gallery, you can find many archival as well as purchasable works. He has now retired from bronze and is experimenting with poured epoxy resin; he calls the sculptures “amorphous polymers.” Art at the Geode is the only gallery showing his new collection of amorphous polymers. These hanging sculptures make for a unique display to traditional galleries, as they can be suspended in space.

Barry Mack

Mack is a contemporary multi-media painter. He often uses layers of paint to create a thicker more sculpture-like painting. His paintings range from extreme darkness to absolute purity. Mack’s paintings displayed at Art at the Geode also range in size, from 14” to 72” canvases. His newest series "Sound of the Sun" is inspired by his relationship with the sun. You can find two works from this new collection in our gallery.

If you would like to learn more about these artists, they were featured in our virtual show “Light.” View the exhibition here.

If you are interested in making a purchase from our gallery please check out our marketplace or contact us for more information.

We are also open on Monday -Thursday from 10 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. and offering studio tours with Martin Eichinger by appointment.

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