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Colleen Carlson works from her Brooklyn based studio where she creates both sculptural and functional hand built work inspired by “form and fashion”. Using "woven" extruded coils as a motif for lamps, sculptural objects and wall decorative tiles, her textured and patterned objects have a dynamic quality. She has recently been exploring light sculptures and lamp bases with an architectural sensibility. Carlson has won both the New York-Tokyo Friendship Ceramic Competition (2001) and the Madeline Sadin Award (2002). She has participated in international group shows including Bunkamura Gallery, Tokyo, Greenwich House Pottery and the Architectural Digest Show. Carlson is represented by Cocobolo Gallery in NY.
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