Carole Feuerman, currently resides in New York and Florida, is recognized as one of the world’s most renowned hyper-realist sculptors. Her prolific career spans four decades. She sculpts and paints monumental, life-size, and miniature works in bronze, resin, and marble. She is best known for her large outdoor painted bronze figurative pieces with water themes. She has studios in Manhattan and Jersey City. In 2011, she founded the Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation.

Feuerman has had six museum retrospectives to date and has been included in exhibitions at the Venice Biennale, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, The State Hermitage, The Palazzo Strozzi Foundation, The Kunstmuseum Ahlen, and the Circulo de Bellas Artes, among others. Notable honors received include the Amelia Peabody Award, the Betty Parsons Award, the Lorenzo de Medici Prize, first prizes at the Austrian Biennale and the Florence Biennale, Best in Show at the 2008 Beijing Biennale, the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and 2013 Save the Arts Museum’s Choice Award for Sculpture. 

Her artwork is in public, private, and corporate collections across the world including Grounds for Sculpture, the El Paso Museum of Art, the Boca Raton Museum of Art, the Bass Museum, Art-st-Urban, the Forbes Magazine Collection, the Caldic Collection, and the Credit Swiss Collection. There are two full-color monographs of her work published by Hudson Hills Press, and in the Spring of 2014, The Artist Book Foundation will publish her third. “La Scultura Incontra la Realta by Gabriele Caioni”, available in both English and Italian, is a forth solely on Feuerman. Her sculpture Grande Catalina is featured in “A History of Western Art” by Antony Mason and John T. Spike and published by Abrams Books in twelve languages.