February 21, 2010


Misty Keasler



January 29, 2010

White Polka dots on Grey

January 6, 2010


December 19, 2009

and more still?

December 12, 2009

New Scans

December 12, 2009

Brand New Scanography!

December 11, 2009

Scanography by Leanne Eisen (me)

November 30, 2009

Image Credit: Carole Condé + Karl Beveridge, “Cultural Relations – Art.”

Opening Reception: Friday, November 27, 6 – 9 pm
Sale: November 28, December 1 to 5, Noon – 5 pm
Collectors Preview: Thursday, November 26, 6 – 9 pm*

Put down your hammer, stop threatening your piggy bank, and come to Gallery TPW’s annual fundraising exhibition and sale. Photorama 2009 features over 100 pieces of affordable contemporary Canadian art by both famous and soon-to-be famous artists, which makes it a great place to buy gifts for the art lovers on your list. The event’s easy-going atmosphere invites first time buyers to browse the gallery while seasoned collectors can seek out hot new artists. Most works in the show are priced below $600, which means you can bring your treasures home without breaking the bank.

For 23 years, Photorama has featured high quality work and the contributions of many of Canada’s most accomplished and respected artists. The Photorama 2009 line-up includes: Lise Beaudry, Nadia Belerique, Jesse Boles, Robert Burley, Jack Burman, Edward Burtynsky, Jamie Campbell, Ulysses Castellanos, Jennifer Cherniack, Carole Condé & Karl Beveridge, Robyn Cumming, Chris Curreri, Erika DeFreitas, Vuk Dragojevic, Emily Vey Duke & Cooper Battersby, Leanne Eisen, Johnnie Eisen, Eshrat Erfanian, Talia Eylon, Tori Foster & Jesse Colin Jackson, Kathryn Gaitens, Malka Greene, Toni Hafkenscheid, Gary Hall, Eriver Hijano, Risa Horowitz, Oliver Husain, Vid Ingelevics, Patrick Jenkins, Lisa Kannakko, Jean-Paul Kelly, Dave Kemp, Peter Kingstone , Katherine Knight, Suzanne Lake, Amy Lam, Elaine Ling, Gareth Long, Jennifer Long, Morris Lum, Annie MacDonell, Rob MacInnis, Hugh Martin, Mitch Robertson, Davida Nemeroff, Lindsay Page, Vincenzo Pietropaolo, Geoffrey Pugen, Steve Reinke, Susana Reisman, Clare Samuel, Susan Schelle, Marcus Schubert, SHAKE -n- MAKE, Jennifer Rose Sciarrino, Chris Shepherd, Sharon Switzer, Tanja-Tiziana, Jeff Thomas, Carolyn Tripp, Kyle Tryhorn, Lizzie Vickery, Lisa Visser, Rachel Waugh, Meichen Waxer, Pamela Williams, Nikki Woolsey and many more.

*Avoid the crowd and gain exclusive pre-purchasing privileges at the Collector Members Preview on November 26th. Collector memberships can be purchased for $75 by contacting the gallery at photorama@gallerytpw.ca.

Admission to PHOTORAMA is free.

Gallery TPW
56 Ossington Ave.
M6J 2Y7

Thanks to our sponsors: BlogTo & NOW Magazine

‘Hamilton Pool #1’                                        ‘Ahmed’ from the series ‘Looking In’
2009, 20×20 inches, C-Print 1/10                   2008, 20×20 inches, C-Print, 2/10

Both images above are available at Photorama for $450 framed!   They are both limited editions, so you should get to Photorama before they’re all gone!

Studies for a new series from an American Civil War reenactment in Milton, Ontario:





Here’s a study I made for an upcoming series.  More to follow!



SealClare Samuel, The Seal, 2008, C-Print
dolphinClare Samuel, The Dolphin, 2008, C-Print

Time to enlist!

August 15, 2009

I’m forming a group on facebook in order to recruit willing participants for my current and upcoming art projects.  So, do you think you have what it takes to survive the Eisen challenge?  Join up!


Cyclophelia on Etsy

July 20, 2009

I’ve just launched a store on Etsy where I’ll be selling limited edition C-Prints from Cyclophelia.



I will be exhibiting pieces from my series Play and Looking in, some old favourites, as well as some brand-spanking-new pieces at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition at Nathan Phillips Square this weekend.  Come by and pay me a visit at booth #232 in the Blue South section, just in the grassy area South-west of City Hall.

photo via Commodore Gandalf Cunningham
Exhibition Hours
Friday, July 10: 10:30 am-7:30 pm
Saturday, July 11: 10:30 am-7:30 pm
Sunday, July 12: 10:30 am-6:30 pm