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Artist: Carol K. Brown
PAPERDOLLS #115
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
acrylic paint on photograph on paper Feeling that older women seemingly disappear in our society, Brown has created an army of them. In this series, Paperdolls, the artist began wi...
Category

Early 2000s Contemporary Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Acrylic, Photographic Paper

PAPERDOLL #11
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
acrylic paint over photograph on paper. Feeling that older women seemingly disappear in our society, Brown has created an army of them. In this series, Paperdolls, the artist began...
Category

Early 2000s Contemporary Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Acrylic, Photographic Paper

Abstract Mixed Media Biomorphism Wall Sculpture. Miami Artist Carol K Brown
By Carol K. Brown
Located in Surfside, FL
This is a wall sculpture of a protruding abstract organic appendage form. They are in the form of Surrealist fantastic flora and fauna. It is from her 1990-1995 series called tondos & squares. This is a mixed media sculpture composed of plastic/resin (it looks like blackened steel), rubber and metal wire. Hand signed verso. This sale is for one. I have 5 of them available, they make a great wall installation grouping. Carol K. Brown is an American woman artist born in Memphis, Tennessee and lives and works in New York and Miami Beach, Florida. Brown works with sculpture, painting, photography, video, digital and installation art. She has received the State of Florida Fine Arts Fellowship (1983), Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art Fellowship (1986), and two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship (1984 and 1986). Her work is owned by the Perez Art Museum Miami, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University. She is a professor of sculpture at the New World School of the Arts in Miami. She was included in the show Making Art in Miami along with Jose Bedia; Consuelo Castaneda...
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1990s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Metal

PAPERDOLL #18
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
acrylic paint over photograph on paper. Feeling that older women seemingly disappear in our society, Brown has created an army of them. In this series, Paperdolls, the artist began ...
Category

Early 2000s Contemporary Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Acrylic, Photographic Paper

Abstract Mixed Media Biomorphism Wall Sculpture. Miami Artist Carol K Brown
By Carol K. Brown
Located in Surfside, FL
This is a wall sculpture of a protruding abstract organic appendage form. They are in the form of Surrealist fantastic flora and fauna. It is from her 1990-1995 series called tondos & squares. This is a mixed media sculpture composed of plastic/resin (it looks like blackened steel), rubber and metal wire. Hand signed verso. This sale is for one. I have 5 of them available, they make a great wall installation grouping. Carol K. Brown is an American woman artist born in Memphis, Tennessee and lives and works in New York and Miami Beach, Florida. Brown works with sculpture, painting, photography, video, digital and installation art. She has received the State of Florida Fine Arts Fellowship (1983), Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art Fellowship (1986), and two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship (1984 and 1986). Her work is owned by the Perez Art Museum Miami, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University. She is a professor of sculpture at the New World School of the Arts in Miami. She was included in the show Making Art in Miami along with Jose Bedia; Consuelo Castaneda...
Category

1990s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Metal

Abstract Mixed Media Biomorphism Wall Sculpture. Miami Artist Carol K Brown
By Carol K. Brown
Located in Surfside, FL
This is a wall sculpture of a protruding abstract organic appendage form. They are in the form of Surrealist fantastic flora and fauna. It is from her 1990-1995 series called tondos & squares. This is a mixed media sculpture composed of plastic/resin (it looks like blackened steel), rubber and metal wire. Hand signed verso. This sale is for one. I have 5 of them available, they make a great wall installation grouping. Carol K. Brown is an American woman artist born in Memphis, Tennessee and lives and works in New York and Miami Beach, Florida. Brown works with sculpture, painting, photography, video, digital and installation art. She has received the State of Florida Fine Arts Fellowship (1983), Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art Fellowship (1986), and two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship (1984 and 1986). Her work is owned by the Perez Art Museum Miami, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University. She is a professor of sculpture at the New World School of the Arts in Miami. She was included in the show Making Art in Miami along with Jose Bedia; Consuelo Castaneda...
Category

1990s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Metal

Abstract Mixed Media Biomorphism Wall Sculpture. Miami Artist Carol K Brown
By Carol K. Brown
Located in Surfside, FL
This is a wall sculpture of a protruding abstract organic appendage form. They are in the form of Surrealist fantastic flora and fauna. It is from her 1990-1995 series called tondos & squares. This is a mixed media sculpture composed of plastic/resin (it looks like blackened steel), rubber and metal wire. Hand signed verso. This sale is for one. I have 5 of them available, they make a great wall installation grouping. Carol K. Brown is an American woman artist born in Memphis, Tennessee and lives and works in New York and Miami Beach, Florida. Brown works with sculpture, painting, photography, video, digital and installation art. She has received the State of Florida Fine Arts Fellowship (1983), Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art Fellowship (1986), and two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship (1984 and 1986). Her work is owned by the Perez Art Museum Miami, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University. She is a professor of sculpture at the New World School of the Arts in Miami. She was included in the show Making Art in Miami along with Jose Bedia; Consuelo Castaneda...
Category

1990s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Metal

Abstract Mixed Media Biomorphism Wall Sculpture. Miami Artist Carol K Brown
By Carol K. Brown
Located in Surfside, FL
This is a wall sculpture of a protruding abstract organic appendage form. They are in the form of Surrealist fantastic flora and fauna. It is from her 1990-1995 series called tondos & squares. This is a mixed media sculpture composed of plastic/resin (it looks like blackened steel), rubber and metal wire. Hand signed verso. This sale is for one. I have 5 of them available, they make a great wall installation grouping. Carol K. Brown is an American woman artist born in Memphis, Tennessee and lives and works in New York and Miami Beach, Florida. Brown works with sculpture, painting, photography, video, digital and installation art. She has received the State of Florida Fine Arts Fellowship (1983), Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art Fellowship (1986), and two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship (1984 and 1986). Her work is owned by the Perez Art Museum Miami, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University. She is a professor of sculpture at the New World School of the Arts in Miami. She was included in the show Making Art in Miami along with Jose Bedia; Consuelo Castaneda...
Category

1990s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Metal

DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
abstract watercolor and ink painting of intertwined tubular forms on archival paper, varnished.
Category

2010s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Varnish, Ink, Watercolor, Archival Paper

UNTITLED (CHAOS THEORY) #24
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
watercolor and Ink painting of intertwined tubular forms on paper
Category

2010s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Archival Ink, Watercolor, Archival Paper

LAOCOON'S FOLLY
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
abstract watercolor and ink painting of intertwined tubular forms on archival paper.
Category

2010s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Ink, Watercolor, Archival Paper

SOME HAD NO COLOR
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
abstract watercolor and ink painting on archival paper depicting intertwined tubular forms. varnished.
Category

2010s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Varnish, Ink, Watercolor, Archival Paper

NONE GOT AWAY
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
abstract watercolor and ink painting of intertwined tubular forms on archival paper
Category

2010s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Ink, Watercolor, Archival Paper

STUDY FOR "CAT'S CADLE"
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
abstract watercolor and ink painting of intertwined tubular forms on archival paper
Category

2010s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Ink, Watercolor, Archival Paper

BEING THERE
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
The artist is dealing with the fullness of life, while the ground becomes shakier. There is nostalgia for a lush world that never actually existed. Her lighthearted series of drawing...
Category

2010s Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Watercolor, Acrylic, Ink

FOLIAGE #2
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
The artist is dealing with the fullness of life, while the ground becomes shakier. There is nostalgia for a lush world that never actually existed. Her lighthearted series of drawing...
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2010s Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Ink, Watercolor, Acrylic

WEARY
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
The artist is dealing with the fullness of life, while the ground becomes shakier. There is nostalgia for a lush world that never actually existed. Her lighthearted series of drawing...
Category

2010s Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Watercolor, Acrylic, Ink

A DIFFERENT DIRECTION
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
The artist is dealing with the fullness of life, while the ground becomes shakier. There is nostalgia for a lush world that never actually existed. Her lighthearted series of drawing...
Category

2010s Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Ink, Acrylic, Watercolor

HURRY
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
The artist is dealing with the fullness of life, while the ground becomes shakier. There is nostalgia for a lush world that never actually existed. Her lighthearted series of drawing...
Category

2010s Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Ink, Acrylic, Watercolor

SAFE PLACE
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
The artist is dealing with the fullness of life, while the ground becomes shakier. There is nostalgia for a lush world that never actually existed. Her lighthearted series of drawing...
Category

2010s Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Ink, Acrylic, Watercolor

NEARBY
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
The artist is dealing with the fullness of life, while the ground becomes shakier. There is nostalgia for a lush world that never actually existed. Her lighthearted series of drawing...
Category

2010s Contemporary Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Ink, Paper, Watercolor, Photographic Paper, Graphite

ANOTHER ONE STRUGGLED
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
abstract watercolor and ink painting of intertwined tubular forms on archival paper, varnished.
Category

2010s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Varnish, Ink, Watercolor, Archival Paper

A FEW WERE QUITE LOUD
By Carol K. Brown
Located in New York, NY
abstract watercolor painting of intertwined tubular forms on a wood panel, varnished.
Category

2010s Abstract Carol K. Brown Art

Materials

Gesso, Varnish, Watercolor, Wood Panel

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