(born 1945 Hartford, Connecticut, USA)

In addition to Duane Hanson and John De Andrea, Carole A. Feuerman was one of the first American artists to turn to the hyperrealistic depiction of the human body in the 1970’s. After completing her artistic training, she began working in bronze, resin, steel and marble. Recently she has increasingly focused on monumental bronze sculptures destined for public spaces. From the very beginning, she was fascinated by the theme of "water" and of the portrayal of an idealized life in inner balance. In addition to life, and over-life-sized figures, she has focused on torsos wearing swimming costumes and swimwear accessories, and other body parts which appear to have been so randomly placed that they have unexpectedly but insistently invaded the viewer’s space.

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General's twin 2009-11
Galerie Hübner & Hübner