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In conjunction with Yoko Ono and the John Lennon Estate, Eileen brought to fruition John's line drawings, carved in optical crystal, filled with 23K gold, set into marble frames. 

Promax International annually presents her gold and marble Muse Sculpture to the best in the television advertising industry. They are produced by R. S, Owens, who also casts the Oscar and the Emmy Awards. 

Eileen's major art installations include nine giant deeply carved and curved g1ass panels of mermaids with gold accents, fiber optic illumination and kinetic bubble walls, flanked by two life-sized mermaid sculptures, for Bally's Casino in Las Vegas. 

Her limited edition, hand-blown vases and light sculptures of Looney Toons Characters are distributed and represented by the Warner Bros. Studio Stores.

We invite you to peruse the Medici Arts web site
to see Eileen's extensive online portfolio and samplings
of her many outstanding award designs, as well as
her limited edition collections, available for purchase.

For more information, please email us at our address below


OTHER CLIENTS OF NOTE

Tiffany
Gumps
Friz Freleng
Ronald Reagan
Hugh Hefner
3Com
Macys
FOX TV

Dalai Lama
Toyota
Pacific Hotel
New Otani Hotel
Levi Strauss
Atari
Chuck Jones
Warner Bros.

Elton John
AT&T
Sprint
Shreves
Tree Sweet
MCA Records
Signetics
Sony Music

Aerosmith
R.C. Gorman
Hewlett Packard
United Way
General Electric
Jimi Hendrix Estate
World Film Institue
Jospeh Schmidt, Chocolatier

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Medici Arts was founded by Eileen Borgeson, a world-renowned, prolific artist whose mixed media expressions employ many state-of- the-art technologies, including fine optical glass, fiber optics, water jet cutting, neon and holography, sometimes accenting her work with gold, marble, and other precious metals and gems. 

Eileen's background includes seven years with The Art Deco Master, ERTE, during which time she created his whimsical, exotic females carved into German optica1 crystal, illuminated in lacquer and marble bases.

Said ERTE of her interpretations: "... an idealization of my work ... You see the image floating like a dream

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