Oil on Resin
36 x 32 x 18 inches
Carole Feuerman has been invited again to take part in the Venice Biennale, which is often dubbed “the Olympics of the art world”. Her monumental works DurgaMa and Leda and the Swan are part of the 2015 exhibit: Time –Space-Existence running from May 9th through November 22, 2015 in Palazzo Mora. Her selections for this year draw on the themes of birth/rebirth and existence.
Leda and the Swan
Oil on Resin with 24k Gold Leaf and Swarovski Crystal
42 H x 80 W x 90 D inches
She is simultaneously strong and serene in a vintage women’s bathing suit and swim cap. When the Swan left Carole’s NYC studio the combined weight of the sculpture and its crate was over 1,000 pounds!
101 H x 90 W x 91 D inches
The lotus’ strong stem carries it up to twelve inches above dirty water to bloom. It represents the soul’s journey from the mud of materialism to the radiant light of enlightenment. DurgaMa basks in that light.
This will be the second Venice Biennale Carole Feuerman has participated in.
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