Carole Feuerman

Carole A. Feuerman is acknowledged as one of the world’s most prominent hyperrealist sculptors. Born in Connecticut, raised and trained in New York, Feuerman has had six museum retrospectives to date and has been included in exhibitions at The State Hermitage, The Palazzo Strozzi Foundation, the Kunstmuseum Ahlen and the Circulo de Bellas Artes. There are currently three full-colored monographs about her work: Carole A. Feuerman: Sculpture, published by Hudson Hills Press which is now in its second edition, and Carole A. Feuerman: La Scultura Incontra la Realta by Gabriele Caioni, which is available in both Italian and English. Feuerman’s sculpture “Grande Catalina” was also featured in A History of Western Art, by Antony Mason and John T. Spike and published by Abrams Books.

Spanning four decades, Feuerman’s prolific career has developed her reputation across a variety of media. Working in resin, marble and bronze, she has distinguished her skill in each medium by defining and recreating the human condition. Feuerman sculpts life-size, monumental and miniature works, painting them with hundreds of layers before achieving human-like tones. Her resin sculptures employ her signature trompe-l’oeil technique to construct all clothing and accessories used to achieve her hyperrealist perfection. Eyes, teeth, hair, wrinkles and skin texture are meticulously rendered to give the viewer the impression of a living, breathing human being. Separate to her resin works, Feuerman has also introduced her own unique methodology of sculpting with molten metal that she calls “Painting with Fire”.

The past two decades have been immensely important to Feuerman’s career. She was granted her first retrospective at the Queens Museum in 1987, followed by her second retrospective, three years later at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art in 2000. In 2004, her sculpture “Sunburn” was featured in the highly acclaimed group exhibition “An American Odyssey, 1945/1980: Debating Modernism”, which was curated by Stephen C. Foster and opened at the Circulo de Bellas Artes in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition surveyed over one hundred works of iconic American artists and travelled to Salamanca and Coruna before coming to New York in 2005. The New York Times and the New Yorker, among others, reviewed the exhibition. The same year featured Feuerman’s third retrospective entitled “Resin to Bronze Topographies” at the City University of New York. In 2007, she had a solo show entitled “By the Sea” at the Pavilion Paradiso at the Venice Biennale, which drew a quarter-million visitors. The exhibition showcased her monumental sculptures “Survival of Serena” and “Grande Catalina” prominently at the entrance to the Biennale. Simultaneous to the Biennale, Feuerman was included in OPEN 2007, an international sculpture exhibition in Venice, as well as a solo show entitled “Lust and Desires” at Art-St-Urban in Lucerne, Switzerland. Following these successes, she had a major solo exhibition in Florence’s prestigious Moretti Galleries and was the featured artist in “46 XX”, an exhibition of four American female artists at Moscow’s Na Solyanke State Gallery. Her next retrospective, held in 2008, was at The Archeological Museum in Fiesole, Italy, followed by inclusion in “Art and Illusion: Masterpieces of trompe-l’oeil from Antiquity to the Present” at the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation. The year closed with her fifth retrospective “Silence-Passion-Expression” at the Amarillo Art Museum in Texas, which was nominated by the AISEI for the best Monographic Exhibition for 2008-2009. In 2009, Feuerman had a New York solo show entitled “Swimmers, Bathers, Nudes” at Jim Kempner Fine Art in Chelsea. In 2010, Feuerman’s sculpture “Monumental Shower” was exhibited in “Intimacy, Bathing in Art” alongside works by ninety artists including Edgar Degas, Pierre Bonnard, Luise Bourgeois, Fernando Botero, David Hockney and Joseph Beuys at the Kunstmuseum Ahlen in Germany. During the fall of 2010, Feuerman exhibited in her sixth retrospective, entitled “Earth Water Air Fire”, at the El Paso Museum of Art. The exhibition showcased fifty-two works and premiered her video and sculptural installations. Following the close of the exhibition, the museum’s members voted on four of Feuerman’s large-scale works in which “Summer” was chosen for purchase into their permanent collection.

Among the notable awards Feuerman has received are the Amelia Peabody, the Betty Parsons Award, the Lorenzo de Medici Prize and First Prizes at the 2008 Beijing Biennale, Austrian Biennale and the Beijing Olympic Fine Arts. Her work is included in the selected collections of His Majesty the Emperor of Japan, President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Soviet statesman Mikhail Gorbachev, the Forbes Magazine Art Collection, and the Caldic Collection. Feuerman’s work is also included in the permanent collections of over fifteen museums, such as Art-st-Urban, the Bass Museum of Art, the El Paso Museum of Art, the Tampa Museum of Art, the Lowe Art Museum and Grounds for Sculpture. She has taught, lectured and given workshops at many institutions, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon Guggenheim Museum and Columbia University. Feuerman exhibits worldwide, with representation by more than a dozen prominent galleries.

Several international exhibitions are scheduled for 2011. The first is a solo show opening in April at Galerie Hübner & Hübner in Frankfurt. Group shows at Rarity Gallery in Mykonos, Greece and Louise Alexander Gallery in Porto Cervo, Italy will follow during the summer months. In the fall, Becker Galleries in Vancouver, BC will hold a solo show. Scheduled for 2012 is a solo exhibition in the spring at Jim Kempner Fine Art in New York City.


Education

School of Visual Arts, Bachelor of Fine Art

Temple University, PA

Hofstra University, NY

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2014  ‘The Golden Mean’ at Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ

2013 KM Fine Arts, Chicago, IL Jim Kempner Fine Art, New York, NY

Mark Borghi Fine Art, Bridgehampton, NY Octavia Art Gallery, New Orleans, LA

2012  ‘Survival of Serena’ Public Installation at Petrosino Square, New York City

Department of Parks and Recreation, New York, NY

‘The Golden Mean’ Public Installation at Riverfront Grren Park, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY 

‘Next Summer’ Public Installation at Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne, Sculpture Partners Group, Miami, FL 

‘Survival of Serena’ Public Installation at Boca Raton Beach Club, Sculpture Partners Group, Boca Raton, FL

2011  Becker Galleries, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Summit Public Arts Foundation, Summit, NJ

Galerie Hübner & Hübner, Frankfurt, Germany

2010  El Paso Museum of Art, “Earth, Water, Air, Fire”, curated by Christian Gerstheimer, El Paso, TX

Galerie Klose, “More Than Reality”, Essen, Germany

Louise Alexander Gallery, curated by Frederic Arnal, Porto Cervo, Italy

Sculpturesite Gallery, “CAROLE A. FEUERMAN: Reality Check”, curated by Brigitte Micmacker, San Francisco, CA

2009 Jim Kempner Fine Art, “Carole Feuerman: Swimmers, Bathers, Nudes”, curated by Dru Arstark, New York, NY

Roman Theatre, Fiesole, “Carole Feuerman: Maxima”, curated by Gaetano Salmista, Florence, Italy

Art-st-Urban, East Meets West, Lucerne, Switzerland

2008  Amarillo Museum of Art, “Silence, Passion, Expression”, curated by Graziella Marchicelli, Ph.D., Amarillo, TX

Moretti Gallery, “La Scultura Incontra La Realta”, curated by Gabriele Caioni, Florence, Italy

2007  Venice Biennale, Paradiso Cafe, The Concilio of Europeo dell’Arte, “By the Sea”, curated by John T. Spike, Giardini, Venice, Italy

Art-st-Urban, “Lust and Desires”, curated by Gertrude Kohler-Aeschlimann, Lucerne, Switzerland

Scott Richards Contemporary Art, “Neptune,” curated by Scott Richards, San Francisco, CA

2005  Queensborough Community College Museum, CUNY, Retrospective, curated by Faustino Quintanilla, New York, NY

2004  Janos Gat Gallery, “Carole A. Feuerman: Erotica, Taboos of Endearment,” curated by Stephen Foster, New York, NY

2001  The Durst Organization, Lobby Gallery, “Carole A. Feuerman: Presences,” curated by Larry Powers, New York, NY

2000  Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, “From Studio to Foundry: Three Decades of Sculptures by Carole A. Feuerman”, Altoona, PA

1996  Gallery Henoch, "Feuerman New Works", curated by George Schactman, New York, NY 

The Loring Gallery, Sheffield, MA

1994  Jaffe Baker Blau Gallery, Boca Raton, FL 

1993  International Swimming Hall of Fame Gallery, "Wet is Wonderful", curated by Richard D. Toplin, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

1990  Arnesen Gallery, Vail, CO

Espace Quasar, Paris, France 

1987  The Queens Museum, “Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture 1981-1986”, curated by Barbara C. Matilsky, New York, NY 

1985  The Ackland Art Museum, "Festival 85 Art Now: American Women Artists in the Eighties", Southampton, NY 

1982  O.K. Harris West, curated by Ivan Karp, Scottsdale, AZ

1980  Hansen Gallery, "Carole A. Feuerman: Sculpture, Sensuality & Spiritualism", curated by Hansen, New York, NY 

1979 Art 10 '79 Basel Art Fair, MJS International, Basel, Sweden 

1978  MJS International, Fort Worth, TX

ART EXPO, NY Coliseum, New York, NY

 

Group Exhibitions

2014  LA Art Show, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Lost Angeles, CA

Art Palm Beach, International Sculpture Center, Palm Beach, FL

2013 Contemporary Istanbul, Aria Art Gallery, Istanbul, TUR Art Miami, KM Fine Arts, Miami, FL

La Biennale di Arezzo, Icastica 2013 Global Women 1st International Art Exhibition, Arezzo, ITA

Venice Biennale, InParadiso Gallery, Concilio Europeo dell'Arte, Venice, ITA

Personal Structures, Venice Biennale, Palazzo Bembo, Venice, ITA 

Art Hamptons, Mark Borghi Fine Art, Bridgehampton, NY 

Art Monaco, Rarity Gallery, Monoco, MCO 

Dallas Art Fair, KM Fine Arts, Dallas, TX

Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition, Smithsonian Institution, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC 

Art Karlsruhe, Galerie Hübner & Hübner, Frankfurt, DEU

Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Palm Springs, CA

Art Wynwood, KM Fine Arts, Miami, FL 

Carole Feuerman & Mariano Vargas, Galerie Klose, Essen, DEU 

New Art Fair Paris, Frida Fine Arts Gallery, Paris, FR

ABody Double: The Figure in Contemporary Sculpture, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, MI

2012  Aria Art Gallery & European School of Economics Foundation, New York, NY

Overture Miami, HK Photography, Miami, FL SCOPE Miami, Gallery Biba, Miami, FL

Art Miami, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Miami, FL Art Kyiv Contemporary 2012, Aria Art Gallery, New York, NY 

IFPDA Print Fair, Jim Kempner Fine Art, New York, NY 

Modus Operandi, Garage Bonci, Collettiva #0, Pietrasanta, ITA Peekskill Project V, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY 

Beijing Biennale, National Art Museum of China, Beijing, CHN 

Art Platform LA, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA 

Art Greenwich Seafair, Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery, Greenwich, CT 

Expo Chicago, International Sculpture Center, Chicago, IL 

Body Double: The Figure in Contemporary Sculpture, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, MI 

ArtPrize 2012, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, MI 

KIAF 2012, Galerie Klose, Seoul, KOR Art Aspen, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Aspen, CO 

The Originals, Mana Contemporary, curated by Eileen S. Kaminsky, Jersey City, NJ

Louise Alexander Gallery, Porto Cervo, ITA Scope Basel, Amstel Gallery, Basel, CHE Summer Salon Show, Rarity Gallery, Mykonos, GRC Beyond Rodin: Contemporary Figurative Sculpture, Rye Arts Center, Rye, NY Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery, Stamford, CT Art Greenwich Seafair, Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery, Greenwich, CT Masterworks of 20th Century Sculpture from the Martin Z. Margulies Collection, Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL

The Armory Show 2012, Jonathan Boos, New York, NY 

Art Karlsruhe, Galerie Hübner & Hübner, Frankfurt, DEU 

Bling!, Jim Kempner Fine Art, New York, NY 

Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, Scott Richards Contemporary Art, Palm Springs, CA 

Los Angeles Art Fair, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

2011  Rarity Gallery, Summer Salon Show 2011, Mykonos, Greece 

Louise Alexander Gallery, Art Paris 2011, Paris,

Galerie Hübner & Hübner, Art Karlsruhe, Frankfurt,
Germany

International Sculpture Center, The Armory Show 2011, New York, NY

Gallery Biba, Palm Beach, FL

Galerie Klose, Essen, Germany

2010  Exhibit A, ART ASIA, Miami FL

Jim Kempner Fine Art, INK Miami Art Fair, Miami, FL

Gallery Biba, SCOPE Miami, Miami, FL

Mill Neck Manor, “Designers’ Showcase 2010”, Mill Neck, LI

Jim Kempner Fine Art, IFPDA Print Fair, New York, NY

Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Pepperdine University, “Under the Influence of Fashion and Finance”, curated by Billie Milam Weisman, Malibu, CA

 TheGreatNude, “Small Works”, Governors Island Art Fair, New York, NY

Jim Kempner Fine Art, Art Chicago, Print Fair, Chicago, IL

Rarity Gallery, Mykonos, Greece

Galerie Klose, Essen, Germany

Sculpturesite Gallery, San Francisco Fine Art Fair, San Francisco, CA

Kunstmuseum Ahlen, “Intimacy! Bathing in Art,” Ahlen, Germany

San Antonio Museum of Art, “Psychedelic: Optical and Visionary Art since the 1960′s”, San Antonia, TX

International Sculpture Center, The Armory Show 2010, New York, NY

Louise Alexander Gallery, ArtParis 2010, Paris, France

Amstel Gallery, PULSE, New York, NY, 

Amstel Gallery, Art Chicago, Chicago, IL

Dvorak Sec Contemporary, “Trouble With Love,” Prague, Czech Republic

Dvorak Sec Contemporary, Scope Art Basel, Switzerland

2009  Palazzo Strozzi, “Art and Illusions: Masterpieces of Trompe-l’oeil from Antiquity to the Present,” Florence, Italy

International Sculpture Center, The Armory Show 2009, New York, NY

Louise Alexander Gallery, Paris, France

Louise Alexander Gallery, Porto Cervo, Italy

Louise Alexander Gallery, SCOPE Miami, Miami, NY

Salamatina Gallery, “46XX”, curated by Oksana Salamatina, Long Island, NY

Na Solyanke Gallery, “46XX”, curated by Oksana Salamatina, Moscow, Russia

Nassau County Museum, “Long Island Collects”, New York, NY

Jim Kempner Fine Art, INK Miami Art Fair, Miami, FL

Art-st-Urban, Art Basel, Miami, FL

2008  Jim Kempner Fine Art, Art Miami, Miami, FL

SCOPE Miami, Miami, FL 

Scott Richards Contemporary, Red Dot Fair Miami, Miami, FL

Jim Kempner Fine Art, “People,” curated by Dru Arstark, New York, NY

Arte Communications, OPEN 2008, International Exhibition of Sculpture, curated by Paolo de Grandis, Venice, Italy

2008  Beijing Biennale, Beijing, China

Olympic Fine Arts, Beijing, China

Arthur Gallery, Art Shanghai, China

2007  Arte Communications, OPEN 2007, International Exhibition of Sculpture, curated by Paolo de Grandis, Venice, Italy

2006 Ausstellungszentrum Heft, 2nd International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Huttenburg, Austria

EROS 2006, 2¡ Festival of Art, Carrara, Italy

2005 City of Florence, Florence Biennale of Contemporary Art, Florence, Italy

Jersey City Museum, Lobby Exhibition, Jersey City, NJ

Bass Museum, Lobby Installation, Miami Beach, FL

2005 The State Hermitage, “Spheres”, St. Petersburg, Russia

The Circulo de Bellas Artes, “The Modernist Debate,” curated by Stephen Foster, Madrid & Salmanca, Spain

The Santilla del Mar in the Palacio de Caja, “The Modernist Debate,” curated by Stephen Foster, Cantabria, Spain

2003  ACA Galleries, “Small and Everlasting, 19th, 20th, and 21st. century Painting, Drawings, and Sculpture,” New York, NY

Boca Raton Museum, Selections from the Permanent Collection, curated by George Bolge, Boca Raton, FL

Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Selections from the Permanent Collection, Miami, FL

Rutgers Art Museum, “Forging Memorial Art for Public Memory,” New Brunswick, NJ

Chelsea Museum, “The Sonic Self,” curated by Jolenta Gora-Wita, New York, NY

William Whipple Gallery, Southwest State University, “International Works on Paper,” Marshall, MN

Ausstellungszentrum Heft: International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Huttenberg, Austria

Queensborough Community College Art Gallery CUNY, curated by Faustino Quintanilla, NY 

Southwest State University, William Whipple Gallery, “Master Paintings & Works on Paper,” Marshall, MN

2002  Ausstellungszentrum Heft, International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Huttenberg, Austria

Queensborough Community College, Art Gallery CUNY, curated by Faustino Quintanilla, Bayside, NY  

JPMorgan Chase, "Project Space", curated by Peter Zernis & Patter Hellstrom, Jersey City, NJ 

Forbes Blue Poodle Fine Art, "Four Artists", curated by Victor and Jaime Forbes, Southampton, NY 

Durst's Lobby Gallery, "9/11 Artists Respond", curated by Lanny Powers, New York, NY 

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, "5th Annual Celebration of the Permanent Collection", Loretta, PA 

Fortezza da Basso, "Culture Counts", Biennale Internazionale dell'ARTE Contemporanea, Florence, Italy 

Feuerman Studios, "Transformation & Solidification", Jersey City, NJ

2000  Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, “From Studio to Foundry: Three Decades of Sculptures”, Curated by Michael A. Tomor, Ph. D., Loretto, PA

1998  Monique Goldstrom Gallery, "Re-conceptualizations of a Vision", curated by Monique Goldstrom, New York, NY 

West Chelsea Arts Festival, "Random Access Realities", New York, NY 

Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art of Pepperdine University, “Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Foundation”, curated by Michael Zaikan, Malibu, CA 

Riverside Art Museum, "Illusions: Trompe l'oeil and Sleight of Hand", Riverside,  CA 

Mumsey Nemiroff Fine Arts, "Group Exhibition”, curated by Mumsey Nemeroff, Beverly Hills, CA 

Eke rum Konsth-all, Leif Holmer Gallery, "Summer Exhibition”, Orland, Sweden

1997  Boritzer/Gray/Hamano Gallery, "Art-O-Rama", curated by Etan Boritzor, Santa Monica, CA

Cleveland U. Art Museum, "The Anxious Image: New Psychological Realism", curated by Robert Thurmer, Cleveland, OH 

Brevard Museum of Art and Science, "Surfing the Wave", Melbourne, FL 

1996  Hotel Triton Contemporary Art Fair, San Francisco, CA

Robert Kidd Gallery, "Twenty Years: 20th Anniversary Exhibition", Birmingham, MI 

The Parrish Art Museum, "The 35th Juried Exhibition", Southampton, NY 

National Sculpture Society, "Going For The Gold", Americas Tower, New York, NY 

Boritzer/Gray/Hamano Gallery, "Group Exhibition", Santa Monica, CA 

RVS Fine Art, "Intimate Group Exhibition", Southampton, NY 

Erector Square Gallery, "10th Anniversary Women in Visual Arts", New Haven, CT 

Gallery Henoch, "Art Miami Sculpture Pavilion", Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, FL 

Florida State University, Florida National International Fine Art Competition and Tour, Tallahassee, FL

1995  Medici Center for the Visual Arts, Contemporary Realism '95, Philadelphia, PA 

Cooperstown Art Assn., 60th Annual National Exhibition, Juror: Holland Cotter, Cooperstown, NY 

Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, "Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Collections", San Francisco, CA 

1994 Pelham Art Center, "Batter Up: The Art of Baseball", Pelham, NY

Ekerum Konsthall, Leif Holmer Gallery, Summer Exhibition, Orland,     Sweden

Hakone Open-Air Museum, "The 2nd Fujisankei Biennale Exhibition", Kanagawa-Ken, Japan

The Nabisco Gallery, "The Sporting Life", East Hanover, NJ 

The Foothills Art Center, "North American Sculpture Exhibition", Golden, CO 

1994  Loring Gallery, "Selected Sculptures of Carole Jean Feuerman", Sheffield, MA  

1993  Thomas J. Walsh Gallery and Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, Fairfield University, Centennial Anniversary Exhibition of the      

National Sculpture Society, curated by Dr. Philip Eliasoph, Fairfield, CT 

 1993  ACA Galleries Contemporary, Group Exhibition, curated by Dr. Martin H. Bush, New York, NY 

Ekerum Konsthall, Leif Holmer Gallery, "Christo, Arman, Feuerman, Wesselmann, Liechtenstein", curated by Leif Holmor, Orland, Sweden 

Ann Nathan Gallery, "Summer Exhibition", Chicago, IL 

Ekerum Konsthall, Leif Holmer Gallery, "Art Fair”, Stockholm, Sweden

1992  Colorstone Gallery, "Beauty: Now You See It.", New York, NY 

Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Pepperdine University, "Inaugural Group Exhibition", Malibu, CA

Isetan Museum of Art, "Figures of Contemporary Sculpture (1970-1990): Images of Man", Tokyo, Japan

Diamaru Museum, "Figures of Contemporary Sculpture (1970-1990): Images of Man", Umeda, Osaka, Japan

Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, organized by Yomiuri Shimbum, Hiroshima, Japan

ACA Galleries Contemporary, "Group Exhibition", curated by Martin H. Bush, New York, NY 

RVS Fine Arts, "Summer Show", curated by Roberta Von Schlossberg, Southampton, NY

Gallery Henoch, "New York: City by Day, City by Night", New York, NY 

Peconic Gallery, "Heroism-The Family", juried exhibition, Riverhead, NY 

Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Art, "Selections from the Collection", curated by Kathleen Harlman, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

Art Expo, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL 

Texas Woman's University Art Gallery, “Small Sculpture Invitational”, curated by Moira M.Geoffrion, Denton, TX 

Tampa Museum of Art, “A Decade of Collecting”, Tampa, FL

Small Sculpture Invitational, Traveling Museum Tour, The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazzo, MI 

The Joseph Gross Gallery, Tucson, AZ 

Perc Center, SUNY, Long Island Focus on Art, Old Westbury, NY 

Tangeman Fine Art and Gallery, Sabin Convention Center, Cincinnati, OH

San Francisco Airports Commission, “The Right Foot Show”, organized by Olympia and York, San Francisco, CA            

1991  Lehman College Art Gallery, "The Children Among Us", Bronx, NY

Knickerbocker Artists, "41st National Annual Exhibition", New York, NY    

Vered Gallery, "Love, Sex, and Romance", Southampton, NY

Bistborno Gallery, "Carole Feuerman, Andy Warhol, Scott Kilgore", Leif Holmer curator, Malmo, Sweden

Henoch Gallery, "Art Miami '91", Miami, FL 

Peconic Gallery, "The Family, Juried Exhibition", Riverhead, NY

1990  Ann Jaffe Gallery, "Anniversary Show", Bay Harbor Islands, FL 

Ann Jaffe Gallery, "About Sculpture", Bay Harbor Islands, FL 

The Mexican and American Foundation, Inc., coordinated by Stephanie Whalen, San Diego, CA         

1989  Texas Woman's University Art Gallery, "Small Sculpture Invitational, Traveling Museum Tour", Denton, TX 

Ann Jaffe Gallery, "Anniversary Show", Bay Harbor Islands, FL

Tampa Museum of Art, "A Decade of Collecting", Tampa, FL

1988  Perc Center, SUNY, "Long Island Focus on Art", Old Westbury, NY 

Palm Springs Dessert Museum, Palm Springs, CA 

The Joseph Gross Gallery, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI 

1987  Tangeman Fine Art Gallery, Sabin Convention Center, "Small Sculpture Invitational, Traveling Museum Tour", curated by Moira 

M.Geoffrion, Cincinnati, OH 

San Francisco Airports Commission, "The Right Foot Show", San Francisco, CA 

Galerie Ninety-Nine, Bay Harbor Islands, FL

1986  Centre National Des Arts Plastique, "Frederick R. Weisman Foundation of Art Collection Exhibition", France, Japan, Israel,    

Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Portugal, Scandinavia, Spain and China

Galerie Ninety-Nine, Bay Harbor Islands, FL 

Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York, NY

Gallery Henoch, New York, NY 

Robert L. Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI

Helander Gallery, Palm Beach, FL 

Kaufman-Astoria Studios, "Human Form from the Media Age”, curated by John Kyriazis, Astoria, NY 

Leslie Levy Gallery, "Three Realists", Scottsdale, AZ

1985  The Museum of Holography, “Illusion: Between Life and Art”, curated by Rene Barilleaux, New York, NY 

The North Miami Museum & Art Center, “The Real Thing”, Chairman Richard Shack, Miami, FL 

Gallery Henoch, New York, NY

1985  Galerie Simonne Stern, “On the Figure”, New Orleans, LA 

Helander Gallery, Palm Beach, FL 

Robert L. Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI

1984  American Center of Fine Arts, Internationale Burckhardt, “United States National Fine Arts Competition and International Exhibition Tour”, juried by Vittorio Quintavalle, Robin Page, Madeleine Deschamps, Paris, France

University Art Museum, California State University, "United States National Fine Arts Competition and Exhibition", juried by Connie Glenn, Long Beach, CA 

Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA 

Brand Art Center, Los Angeles, CA 

State Capitol Building, Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, FL 

Fashion Institute of Technology Museum, "Games of Deception", curated by Hugh R. Crean Ph. D., New York, NY

1983  Bergen Community Museum, “Women Artists”, Paramus, NJ 

Tampa Museum of Art, "Time Out: Sport and Leisure in America Today", curated by Genevieve Linnehan, Tampa, FL

1982  Heckshire Museum, Four II: A Shifting Focus, curated by Anne Cohen DePietro, Huntington, NY

Fordham University Museum - Lincoln Center Campus, “Gala Art Exhibit and Sale”, Director James C. Finlay, New York, NY 
Monique Goldstrom Gallery, "Beauty Will Save The World", curated by Monique Goldstrom, New York, NY 

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, "Painting & Sculpture: Selections of Permanent Collection", Loretto, PA 

Magdison Fine Art, "Group Show", Aspen, CO 

Adams-Middleton Gallery, "The Figurative Expose", Dallas, TX 

Bergen Community Museum, Paramus, NJ

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 

Gallery Yves Arman, New York, NY 

1981  Fordham University Museum - Lincoln Center Campus, “Gala Art Exhibit and Sale”, Director James C. Finlay, New York, NY

169 Gallery, Summer Exhibition, Great Neck, NY 

Louise Himelfarb Gallery, "Group Exhibition", Bridgehampton, NY

1980  Parrish Museum, "27th Annual Juried Exhibition of Art", juried by Henry Geldzahler, Southampton, NY 

Roberson Gallery, Rutgers University Museum, Newark, NJ

1979  Allan Stone Gallery, "June Talent", New York, NY 

1978  MJS International, "Art 10 '79”, Basel Fair, Basel, Switzerland

Louise Himelfarb Gallery, "Group Exhibition", Bridgehampton, NY 

 

Selected Honors & Awards

2013 Museum’s Choice Award, Save the Arts Award, High Point, NC

2012   Finalist, Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition, The National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

Top 50, ArtPrize 2011, Grand Rapids, MI

Semifinalist, Broadway Public Art Project, The Fashion Center BID, New York, NY

2011  Top 25, ArtPrize 2011, Grand Rapids, MI

2008 First Prize, The Third International Beijing Art Biennale, Beijing, China

First Prize, Beijing OlympicFine Arts Exhibition, Beijing, China 

2007 Best of America Mixed Media Artists and Artisans, National Arts Competition

Top 10 of International Art Show: Realism

Industry Service Award, Dress for Success, Jersey City, NJ

HerStory Award, Fourth Online Art Juried Competition, Manhattan Arts

Award of Excellence, 9th Annual Realism International Juried Online Art Exhibition, Upstream Gallery

2006 Achievement Award, Cadillac & Hummer, 2nd International Biennale of Austria, Ausstellungszentrum Heft, Huttenberg, Austria

Review Panel, Annual State Arts Block Grants Program, Country of Hudson, NJ

2005 Medici Award, City of Florence, Florence Biennale Internazionale Dell’Arte Contemporanea, Florence, Italy

2003 Artist Showcase Award, The Healing Power of Art, Manhattan Arts International, NY

2002  Prize of Honor, Ausstellungszentrum Heft, Huttenberg, Austria

Preliminary Winner, The 1st Guilin Yuzi Paradise International Sculpture Awards, Guangxi, China

Artists Showcase Award, I Love Manhattan Art Competition, Manhattan Arts International, NY 

2001  Lorenzo De Medici Prize, Biennale Internazionale: Dell’ Arte Contemporanea, Florence, Italy

1995 The 2nd Fujisankei Sculpture Biennale, Hakone Open-Air Museum, Kanagawa-Ken, Japan

1985 “Compromising Positions,” Paramount Pictures, Credit for Art used in film, starring Susan Sarandon

1984 First Prize, US & International Fine Arts Exhibition, Germany, France, Italy

1982 Amelia Peabody Sculpture Award, NY

1981  Charles D. Murphy Sculpture Award, NY

1980  National Sculpture Competition, Finalist, NY

1970 Betty Parsons Sculpture Award, NY

 

Current Professional Memberships

Learning Through the Arts: Guggenheim Museum, NY           

Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

National Women Caucus for Art, NY                              

Americans for the Arts, Washington, DC
International Women’s Forum, NY                                              

Directory of Distinguished Americans

International Sculpture Society                                        

Woman’s Leadership Forum

Who’s Who in the World                                                     

World Leadership Forum

Boca Raton Museum of Art, FL                                        

Bass Museum of Arts, FL

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, NY