Recognized since the 1970's as one of the most distinguished hyperrealist sculptors in the world, Carole A. Feuerman presents playful yet stoic statements about feminine power and the pursuit of aspirations. Frozen in time, Feuerman's women serve as icons. They are representatives of both the artist herself as a woman and the feminine spirit within the viewer. As a female artist, she speaks about the struggles that accompany being a woman in the art world as well as being a woman in life. With water droplets forever suspended in their tracks on the skin, soft eyelashes that sit still in the facade of contemplation, these resin women embody in our own likeness both the courage and fear that fuel and hinder us.

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