Gary Einloth was born with a passion and natural talent for art and design. Since he can remember, Gary has been interested in drawing, sculpting, and creating.
He has always been intrigued by things that are unconventional, strange, and less straightforward. Gary is fascinated by the endless possibilities that art, design, and music have to offer.
When Gary was just thirteen years old, he purchased his first set of DJ equipment and instantly began looking for opportunities to demonstrate his skills in music and entertainment. He started out as a Disk Jockey for small house parties and barbeques. Eventually, Gary moved on to do bigger events such as weddings, nightclubs, and corporate events. With this, Gary Einloth started his own company, Housin Entertainment, which he still owns and operates today.
After growing up and further developing his passions in art, design, and music, Gary Einloth decided to pursue an education and career in these industries. In 2011, Gary graduated from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), earning a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design. Gary also took additional courses in painting and cultural anthropology at the nearby Rutgers University.
While studying Industrial Design in college, Gary Einloth became highly immersed in the design scene and design culture. He began visiting museums, art galleries, and art shows around the city. He learned about art and culture in different places all across the globe and became inspired by artists such as Vincent van Gogh, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Soon Gary found himself painting nearly every single night. He knew then that he wanted to incorporate his newly found passion into his design work. Since then, Gary has been designing and creating sculptural paintings that also function as wall sconces and other decorative pieces of furniture.
Gary Einloth then used these creative ideas and abilities to found his own company, PiJ PoJ Design. Just a few months after graduating from NJIT, Gary created PiJ PoJ and began designing and custom fabricating his own furniture, lighting, and jewelry based off of his artwork.
Moving beyond the more visually simplistic forms of art, Gary Einloth strongly believes that how a person feels about and understands an image are equally important pieces of the overall picture. With his paintings, Gary intends to take the viewers on a journey that is both optical and emotional in nature. Einloth often uses a wide range of symbolic imagery throughout his work so that the observer is able to form his or her own connection with the image based on their unique perspective.