Carole A. Feuerman is a hyperrealistic sculptor that creates people out of wax and sometimes other
material like bronze or marble. Most of her works are done in a life size scale. A graduate from Hofstra University, she lives and works in New York and also Miami.
Feuerman had her first museum retrospective at the Queens Museum in 1987, followed by her second retrospective at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art in 2000. In 2004, her sculpture Sunburn was featured in the highly acclaimed traveling group exhibition “An American Odyssey, 1945/1980: Debating Modernism”, curated by Stephen C. Foster, at the Circulo de Bellas Artes in Madrid.
This year began with the announcement of Feuerman’s public art installation with New York City Parks & 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. Scheduled for 2013, Feuerman’s newest works will be collectively on view for the first time during a spring solo exhibition at Jim Kempner Fine Art.