Murray Eisner has been creating art his whole life. He studied art, architecture, painting, and photography at the Pratt Institute and University of Buffalo.
In his early 20's, Murray was the designer of Polyester Enamel Tables. In his mid thirties, Murray started doing ceramic design, and had created a complete line of Ceramic Judaica and Kitchenware. Throughout this time Murray was painting, using both oils and watercolors.
While designing the labels to be printed on his ceramic designs, Murray began using his computer to lay out the graphic details. Completely fascinated by the computer, Murray began to create art on it. It gave him a refreshing feeling of working on a truly new and innovative approach to his art.