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Carolyn Frischling

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Carolyn Frischling

Born: 1963

Hometown: Topeka, KS

Based in: Sewickley, PA

 

Carolyn studied at Grinnell College in Iowa, emphasizing painting, drawing and printmaking. At Washington University in St. Louis, she intensified her focus on printmaking. Over time, Carolyn expanded her art practice to include 2D digital works and videos. This ultimately led her to create 3D digital images and turning them into physical sculptures. Her prints, videos and sculpture have been shown in galleries in Pietrasanta Italy, Pittsburgh, New York and Minneapolis. Carolyn has exhibited in recent exhibitions at Butler Institute of American Art (Trumbull), Carnegie Museum of Art, and Westmoreland Museum of American Art where she was awarded the 2019 Irving and Aaronel deRoy Gruber Foundation Award.

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Physical Graffiti

Carolyn Frischling, United States

Sculpture

US$ 9,700

Study for The Cloud of Unknowing

Carolyn Frischling, United States

Sculpture

US$ 7,500

Avvolgente | Enfolding

Carolyn Frischling, United States

Sculpture

US$ 19,000

The Cloud of Unknowing

Carolyn Frischling, United States

Sculpture

US$ 21,000

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About Carolyn Frischling


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What inspires you?

Gogottes and other rocks and minerals inspire me.


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Describe your creative process.

My creative process begins with making many different three-dimensional forms. I experiment with putting them together in different ways. When I’m happy with the form, I further experiment with changes to the form. The form can go through dozens of changes before I’ve settled on the final form. Working out the design beforehand allows me to make best use of precious and rare material.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Abstract, biomorphic, and enigmatic


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Jean Arp, Tony Cragg, Helaine Blumenfeld are three of my favorite artists.


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

My computer is very important for designing my sculpture.


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

The best advice I have been given is work harder to make something completely unique.


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Where do you go for inspiration?

Nature

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