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Susanne Eisinger

Susanne Eisinger, Edge of Tomorrow I, II, III, acrylic on canvas (detail)

Susanne Eisinger, ASID, MFA graduated from the International Institute of Interior Design in Washington, DC, and practiced successfully as an Interior Designer with her own firm for many years.

Ms. Eisinger’s lifelong love of fine art, lead her to begin her formal art education at the Corcoran School of Fine Art, Washington, DC, (where she studied under the esteemed artists Gene Davis and Leo Berkowitz) and Montgomery College, Maryland.

Ms. Eisinger received her Bachelor in Studio Art from the University of Maryland and her Masters Degree from the Vermont College of the Union Institute and University in Vermont, winning several university awards and scholarships.

Ms. Eisinger has been invited to exhibit in many juried shows. She won first and second places during her exhibitions. Her works have been bought by collectors, corporate organizations and by private home owners. Ms. Eisinger lives in Maryland near Washington, DC, with her husband Clayton.

 

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