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Art Library Exhibitions Spaces and Special Events: ToniAnn Eisman

About ToniAnn Eisman

The exhibition focused on the oil paintings Eisman produced during her first year as a student of Mason Gross School of the Arts. The greater deal of Eisman’s works focus on the exploration of color and their interactions with one another. Eisman’s paintings make use of both intentional, meticulous brushstrokes and unintentional mark-making to create exciting, vibrant pieces.

ToniAnn Eisman was born in Neptune, New Jersey, and is currently an incoming sophomore at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. She is working towards her BFA in visual arts with a concentration in painting, as well as a double major in psychology.

Living Color

About Living Color

Living Color, a solo exhibition of paintings by ToniAnn Eisman, opened at the Rutgers Art Libray August 2014 for the month. 

The exhibition focused on the oil paintings Eisman produced during her first year as a student of Mason Gross School of the Arts. The greater deal of Eisman’s works focus on the exploration of color and their interactions with one another. Eisman’s paintings make use of both intentional, meticulous brushstrokes and unintentional mark-making to create exciting, vibrant pieces.