July 19, 2016 - Megan Meahan
New York artist Carole Feuerman is famous for her hyperrealist sculptures and is credited as a pioneer of the movement. Born in Connecticut and raised in Brooklyn, Carole yearned to be an artist from an early age and took art lessons at age eleven. She eventually had the opportunity to show her work and, from there, it gained popularity and won awards. Carole’s #Art explores classicism while also presenting common themes that occur in people’s everyday lives. The sculptures tell powerful stories of the experiences that the artist has encountered in her life and the universality of those experiences. Recently, Carole spoke about her experiences as an artist.