Carole Feuerman began sculpting in the 1970’s and established herself as one of America’s most acknowledged Hyper-Realists. Known for her sensuous themes of swimmers and bathers, complete with translucent water drops, her work takes the concept of art imitating life to a new level. Executed in painted resin with tactile flesh and meticulous detail, they have a presence which is both contemporary and classical. In the past decade, she has also developed a highly original technique of sculpting with molten metal, creating multi-layered, organic bronzes in the spirit of Action Painting.
The School Of Visual Arts
- May 1972
New York, New York, United States