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Carole Feuerman

Born in 1945, Carole A. Feuerman is an American sculptor and author who stands as a trailblazer in the world of Hyperrealism. Not only is she one of the original pioneers of the movement that emerged in the late 1970s, but she has also carved out a distinctive niche as the only artist specializing in lifelike outdoor sculptures and the sole woman sculpting in this revolutionary style. Known for her breathtaking figurative works, particularly those of swimmers and dancers, Feuerman is an icon in her field.
Her work has been internationally acclaimed, gracing esteemed locales like Central Park, the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, Venice’s Arsenale, and Hong Kong’s Harbor City, among others. Her recent exhibitions span from Milan’s Palazzo Reale to art galleries in Venice and Rome, extending her influence across borders and cultures.
Feuerman’s accolades are as impressive as her portfolio. She has garnered prestigious awards such as the Special Honor Award in Changzhou, Best in Show in Beijing, and the Amelia Peabody Award. Her influence in the art world extends to academia as well, having lectured and conducted workshops at cultural institutions like the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Further deepening her commitment to the arts, Feuerman founded the Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation in 2011. She has published four full-color monographs and has the distinction of being included in the permanent collections of 31 museums worldwide. Esteemed private collectors range from Former President Clinton and Steven A. Cohen to Dr. Henry Kissinger.
Discover Carole A. Feuerman’s work—where artistry transcends the ordinary, and realism achieves the sublime. Don’t miss the chance to witness a true master of Hyperrealism, whose sculptures are not just visually arresting but also deeply thought-provoking. Experience the
unmatched realism and emotional depth of her art; it’s a visual feast you won’t soon forget.

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