Carole Peck Harrison
I’ve always been curious and adventurous in my artistic pursuits, be it silver sculpture, assemblage or painting. My interest is in visual storytelling, referencing internal impressions alluding to the rhythms of the natural world.
Working intuitively using mixed media, with an emphasis on process and materiality, the story unfolds naturally over time. Surfaces are altered, textured, refinished, further defined by a variety of techniques as materials are transformed into a new visual language.
My studio is a stage for improvisations with the elements coming full circle often emerging in surprising ways. Each finished piece evolves into a new story that is unique and one of a kind.
Carole Peck Harrison had a successful career in creative marketing. She has been creating various art forms in multiple disciplines for over 30 years. These include metalwork, jewelry design, and mixed-media assemblage. Her current focus is on painting. She studied at prestigious institutions including Parsons School of Design in New York City and is a proud member of the Art Students League. Her art and commissioned designs have been shown and sold internationally.
She currently leads private workshops in assemblage in her New York City studio.
- Recipient of the Roberta Goode scholarship at the Art Students League (2017)
- McElhinney, James. Art Students League of New York on Painting: Lessons and Meditations on Mediums, Styles, and Methods. Watson-Guptill: New York, NY (November 2015). Chapter with reproductions.
- Novartis Annual Calendar, 2015 Reproduction of Painting: Title; Falling, 12” x 12” molten pigmented wax and mixed media
- League Exhibition Outreach New York Art Students League 2014
- Encaustic Conference 2012, 2013
You are invited to visit and view my studio work. Please call or email for an appointment.
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