StudioEIS maintains a surprisingly youthful profile, given its more than three decade history – even with a legacy now assured as a result of a series of projects produced since the completion of the exceptional Signers’ Hall Gallery at the National Constitution Center, in Philadelphia, in 2003 – which has led to new prominence and notoriety for the studio. The NCC undertaking immediately led to a series of other high profile projects for Mount Vernon, Monticello, Montpelier, the National Military Park and Visitor Center at Gettysburg, The new Marine Corps and Infantry Museums and President Lincoln’s Cottage.

StudioEIS enjoys the kind of currency today that comes from a varied and layered approach to its work – this is who we are! We continue looking for new and challenging projects like the wonderful project for the Nurai Island Residences – a project for the Abu Dhabi showroom of the luxury developer, Zaya. The 25 sculpted abstract models were works of art.

Founders, Elliot and Ivan Schwartz, have created a remarkable history as sculptors and visual storytellers, designing and producing hundreds of projects for clients in the US, Europe and Asia.

The Studio has been the leader in the design and production of museum figures, with an increasingly varied range of projects being produced for Architects, Interior & Restaurant Designers, Corporations, and Retail & Entertainment clients worldwide.

Museum Figures and Public Works
With design and production in subject areas ranging from history and anthropology, natural history and the physical sciences, to cultural, sports, social, and corporate history, StudioEIS’ projects can be found in museums throughout the country.

StudioEIS is extremely well known for its Public Works in bronze, including sculptures of pop and sports icons to renowned individuals such as Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt, Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln. The studio has now produced more historical sculptures than any studio in the history of the United States, making this work part of our cultural history and the public record.

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