Woodworker Fitzhugh Karolfinds inspiration in nature as he strives to create visual poetry through abstract shapes and forms referencing the landscape. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, he apprenticed with Toshiko Takaezu and is a recipient of The Edward F. Albee Foundation Award, serving as its 2013 Visiting Fellow. As co-founder and Creative Director of the Brooklyn Home Company, a cooperative of artists and builders creating innovative living spaces in Brooklyn, his designs have been featured on the Nate Berkus Show and in the design press. Karol’s 75-foot-long white-pine installation, “What’s Supposed to Be,” invites interaction and introspection.
On view thru October 11th
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