Carole Feuerman Turns Metal Into Flesh
Turning bronze to flesh is a refined skill that Feuerman has honed over a forty year career of exacting the highest standards of hyperrealism.
Presenting sculptor Carole A. Feuerman and photographer Bonnie Lautenberg, The Nicole Ripka Gallery in Water Mill, New York, is featuring acclaimed works of art throughout the Summer 2015 season. Guests to the free public exhibition will experience Feuerman’s remarkable hyperrealist bronze sculptures together with Ms. Lautenbergs photographs.
The exhibition runs from August 22nd through September 20th. Opening night reception from 5-8 pm. Free Refreshments. Turning bronze to flesh is a refined skill that Feuerman has honed over a forty year career of exacting the highest standards of hyperrealism.
This surreal, illusionary effect is a trademark of her prolific career of creating Swimmers that are perceptual catalysts for viewers to reexamine the human form afresh. Feuerman accentuates details that everyday life obscures.
Every viewer is drawn into an intimate liaison with the sculptor’s pieces because from pursing lips to veins, Feuerman’s Swimmers are tangible presentations of hyper beauty and elegance that erase the line between art and reality. Opening Night Reception to Benefit the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation & The Lung Cancer Research Foundation.