Carol Green About
my heart catches in my throat when I encounter scenes of great natural beauty.
It's a feeling we've shared with our ancestors throughout the world and over
the millennia. Artists have always created works celebrating the natural world.
Artists have also created objects for utility, pleasure and symbolic meaning.
My goal is to combine the beauty of the natural world with objects that serve."
Carol began combining
metals and ceramics in the early 1990's, creating sculptural vessels that
have a distinctly Asian, organic aesthetic.
The Ikebana vessels
and candle holders are constructed of copper and cast bronze.
1987 Bachelor of
Fine Art, Art Institute of Chicago
Master of Fine Arts in Metalsmithing, Cranbrook Academy of Art
1991 Master of Art in Popular
Culture, Bowling Green State University
The Palace Hotel,
Power Hagerstown Corporate Center
Craft Museum, Metalsmithing-Ceramics
Permanente - Cleveland, OH