h: 12" w: 15" d: 18" cast hydrocal sculpture
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Carol Gellner Levin is a clinical social worker, turned sculptor. Her representational work in ceramics, bronze, various cast materials, and mixed media is highly personal and often emotional in content. For this sculptor, art is a conversation between herself and the viewer. Exceptional art communicates an idea or experience in a unique way and the viewer may respond by feeling a personal connection with the piece. That is this artist's goal.

Carol's work has been exhibited at the Corcoran Museum of Art, The Museum of the Americas, Washington Square (by the Farragut North Metro Station) and the Jane Haslem Gallery in Washington, DC. In New York City, her work has been shown various times at The National Sculpture Society and the National Arts Club. She has show at Brookgreen Gardens in South Carolina and internationally through the Arts in Embassies Program. Carol's concrete sculpture, entitled "Marilyn and Sarah Anne" stands in front of Strathmore Hall Arts Center in Rockville, Md.