Interactive "Brooke's Play" water installation accompanied by other hyper-realistic sculptures for an immersive and transformative experience.
Dynamic "Dripping Reality" video, sound, and hyper-realistic sculptures come together for an immersive and interactive exhibition.
Carole A. Feuerman is recognized as one of the three pioneers of 1970's Hyperrealism, the movement for creating lifelike sculptures resembling their model's manner. Feuerman’s prolific career spans over four decades, producing a rich body of sculpture work and several full color monographs written about it.
Conventional materials of steel, bronze, and resin are combined with alternative media like water, sound, and video in the creation of Feuerman's hybrid pieces. "Through my sculptures, I create visual manifestations of the stories I decide to tell - ones of strength, survival, and balance."
Exhibitions include 19 permanent collections and nine solo retrospectives in museums worldwide - El Paso Museum, Huan Tai Hu Museum, and National Museum of China, to name a few. Feuerman's works are often integrated with architecture and landscaping in the creation or renovation including two Venice Biennales, New York City Central Park, and Frederik Meijer Sculpture Gardens in Michigan.
Feuerman’s work is sought after and in the private collections of Bill and Hillary Clinton, Malcolm Forbes Magazine Collection, Michael Gorbachov Art Foundation, and Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation.
Feuerman has also taught and lectured at Metropolitan Museum of Art, Solomon Guggenheim Museum, and Columbia University. In 2011, she founded the Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation.