Barry Eisenach began drawing at an early age, and after twenty-three years as an illustrator and graphic designer, he followed his life-long desire to paint and sculpt. Having grown up in the West, he was naturally drawn to portraying the lives and history of the indigenous peoples and explorers of this region. Eisenach feels it is a privilege to stand on the shoulders of the Western artists who have come before him. He strives to make each new piece a little better than the previous one.
He was elected to membership in the Northwest Rendezvous Group in 2003, and is a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society, and has been honored with several awards from each group. Eisenach’s work is included in numerous public, private, and museum collections.