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Carole Swid Eisner, American artist. Recipient Award for Sculpture Merchants Bank and Trust Company, 1975, Champion International Corporation, 1980, Rosenthal Award for Outdoor Sculpture, 1978; named among ten outstanding young women Mademoiselle Magazine, 1962; finalist National Sculpture Competition, 1980.

Background

Eisner, Carole Swid was born on October 30, 1937 in New York City. Daughter of David and Selma (Claar) Swid.

Education

AB, Syracuse University, 1958;studies with Schwabacher, New York City, 1963;studies with Marge Walzer, Westport, Connecticut, 1969-1978;postgraduate, International School Photography, 1976-1978.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Solo shows include Silvermine (Connecticut) Center for Arts, 1977, 84, Lubin House Gallery, New York City, 1979, 82, Segal Gallery, New York City, 1984-1985, 86, Jill Youngblood Gallery, Los Angeles, 1985, Jack Gallery, New York City, 1987, 88, First Women's Bank, New York City, 1988, New Institute of Contemporary Art, London, 1988, David Findlay Galleries, New York City, 1990, Gallery Tanishima, Tokyo, 1992, Gallery Sagan, Tokyo, 1992. Group shows include Segal Gallery, New York City, 1985, 86, Guggenheim Museum, New York City, 1986, Images Gallery, Norwalk, Connecticut, 1986, Jack Gallery, New York City, 1987, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, 1988, many others. Represented in permanent collections at Guggenheim Museum, Syracuse University, National Associates, Incorporated, Southeast Banking Corporation, Northstar Reins.

      Company, Knoll International, Federal Maritime Commission Corporation, Skadden, Arps, Meager & Flom, Orion Bank, Limited, Goldmark Partners, Incorporated, Mutual Broadcasting System Multi Mode, Incorporated, Bill Silver Associates. Sculptures exhibited at The River Park Atrium, Norwalk, Connecticut, 1997-1998, Chesterwood, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, 1998, Burlington County College Sculpture Garden, Pemberton, New Jersey, 1998, Veterans Park, Norwalk, 1999, Peninsula Park, Jersey City, 1999, Cranbury Park, Norwalk, 1999, City Hall, Norwalk, 1998-1999, Fordham University, 2000, Lock Building, Norwalk, 2001, Heritage Park, Norwalk, 2002, Silvermine Guild, Norwalk. Created stage design for four Off-Broadway plays at Theater XII, 1978.

Connections

Married Richard Alan Eisner, May 7, 1961. Children: Joseph, Susan, Michael, Douglas, Hallie.

father:
David Swid

mother:
Selma (Claar) Swid

spouse:
Richard Alan Eisner

children:
Joseph Eisner

Susan Eisner

Michael Eisner

Douglas Eisner

Hallie Eisner