Current Work

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Leviathan, 2012 A hybrid wet and needle-felted form that investigates the possibility that a beautiful object that is both compelling and visually fascinating can also be disconcerting and alien. This piece is formed over a carved rigid foam armature and utilized a variety of techniques attributed to Andrea Graham through her solid

Leviathan, 2012
A hybrid wet and needle-felted form that investigates the possibility that a beautiful object that is both compelling and visually fascinating can also be disconcerting and alien. This piece is formed over a carved rigid foam armature and utilized a variety of techniques attributed to Andrea Graham through her solid “pod” workshops.

Quantum Leap II, 2012 The second in a series of solid forms created after attending a workshop with Andrea Graham. This series is named after a 1980's series in which the lead character effects massive positive changes.

Quantum Leap II, 2012
The second in a series of solid forms created after attending a workshop with Andrea Graham. This series is named after a 1980’s series in which the lead character effects massive positive changes.

Witch Mountain II, 2013 A series of smaller pieces created using a flat resist method with attached spikes. The title refers to the 1970's movie of the same name.

Witch Mountain II, 2013
A series of smaller pieces created using a flat resist method with attached spikes. The title refers to the 1970’s movie of the same name.

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Pillars of Wisdom, 2013
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Pillars of Wisdom, 2013 A series of large felted columns ranging from 3 feet to 8.5 feet in height. The pillars remind one of a grove of birch trees, or organ pipes in a church sanctuary, or gas vents at the bottom of the ocean....

Pillars of Wisdom, 2013
A series of large felted columns ranging from 3 feet to 8.5 feet in height. The pillars remind one of a grove of birch trees, or organ pipes in a church sanctuary, or gas vents at the bottom of the ocean….

One thought on “Current Work

  1. Wow Carolann, I’m overwhelmed by the breadth, beauty, and originality of all of your pieces! Also, reading your bio. brought tears to my eyes. It’s so you! Melissa W.

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