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Logo   December 4, 1997

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Sculpture Culture
  The Las Vegas Art Museum features the work of sculptor Essie Pinsker, an ex-businesswoman who redirected her energies toward her passion for art




























































By Anne Hosier
LAS VEGAS SUN

The art directors and writers who used to drop by Essie Pinsker's New York office always wondered why the 40-something public relations executive didn't just face it: her true calling was art, not P.R.

"They would say to me, 'What're you doing in this stupid business? Why don't you become a full-time sculptor?'"

The president of her own public relations firm, Pinsker has already tackled more than half dozen other careers, including modeling, merchandising, advertising, teaching, consulting, reporting and editing.

"I knew I wanted to do something creative, but I had to earn a living," she says. For years, Pinsker, whose sculptures are on display at the Las Vegas Art Museum, had satisfied

Essie Pinsker’s Bronze “Isaiah”

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