Carole A. Feuerman, American sculptor, is internationally recognized as one of the world’s most prominent hyperrealist sculptors with a prolific career spanning four decades. She lives and works in New York and Florida. Feuerman sculpts life-size, monumental and miniature works in bronze, resin and marble. She has had six museum retrospectives to date and has been included in prominent exhibitions at the Venice Biennale, The State Hermitage, The Palazzo Strozzi Foundation, the Kunstmuseum Ahlen and the Circulo de Bellas Artes.
This year began with the announcement of Feuerman’s public art installation with New York City Parks and Recreation from May through September; her most iconic monumental sculpture, Survival of Serena, was unveiled in hyperrealistically painted bronze at Petrosino Square, SoHo for the first time courtesy of Jim Kempner Fine Art. Simultaneous to the exhibition, Feuerman released her first set of prints also featuring the image of Serena. Exhibitions continued at Rarity Gallery in Mykonos, Timothy Yarger in Art Aspen and Art Platform LA, Galerie Klose at the Korea International Art Fair, Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery at Art Greenwich SeaFair and with Garage Bonci in Pietrasanta.
From September through July 2013, Feuerman’s 16 foot bronze diver, The Golden Mean, is publicly installed at Riverfront Green Park in Peekskill with the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art. Also on view through January 2013 at Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park is Quan, a new monumental work in painted bronze with polished stainless steel. Feuerman’s sculpture Monumental Brooke with Beach Ball was selected for inclusion at the 2012 Beijing Biennale where it is on view at the National Art Museum of China from September 28 through October 22.