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Carole A. Feuerman

New York-based artist Carole A. Feuerman is one of the three founding members of the hyperrealist movement that began in the late 1970’s continuing into the present. She is the only woman to sculpt in this style. Her career is highlighted by iconic figurative works of swimmers and dancers. She has taught, lectured, and given workshops at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon Guggenheim Museum. In 2011, she founded the Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation. Her artworks are owned by eighteen museums, as well as in the collections of the City of Peekskill New York, the City of Sunnyvale California, President and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Frederic R. Weisman Art Foundation, Dr. Henry Kissinger, the Michael Gorbachev Art Foundation, the Malcolm Forbes Magazine Collection.
Feuerman’s public works have been displayed across the globe, including but not limited to: Central Park and Petrosino Square in New York City, L’Avenue George V in Paris, Harbor City in Hong Kong, Giardino della Marinaressa in Venice, New Bond Street and Canary Wharf, London, and Knokke Heist in Belgium. She lives in New York City and is the wife of Ronald Cohen, and the mother of Lauren Leahy, Sari Gibson, and Craig Feuerman. She has four grandchildren: Hannah Leahy, Sam Leahy, Isla Feuerman, and Kai Feuerman.


“Through my sculptures I convey my feelings about life and art. It is far easier for me to express my emotions through sculpture than through words. I portray the inner life of each image I create to capture the passion and sensuality of my subject. In this way, my work speaks to the viewer, evoking both an emotional and an intellectual response.

My early hyper-realistic sculptures invite the audience to contemplate the intriguing dichotomy of realty in life and art. While my current work in metal is inspired by the idealized forms of ancient civilizations, in my trompe-l’oeil works, figures are portrayed as fragmented reality. Although only a portion of the body is presented, extensive detailing makes each figure come to life. In contrast, the classical subjects of my work in metal are realized through a technique I developed for dripping and pouring molten materials.

Throughout my artistic career, my style has undergone many transformations, but my passion for art and my love of creating art endure.”

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