Fitzhugh Karol (b.1982) is a Brooklyn-based artist born in Lebanon, NH. Karol is a sculptor who works with wood and metal, exploring poetic combinations of form and balance.
His recent solo exhibitions took place in A+E Studios, New York, NY (2016). Recent group exhibitions include Bartow-Pell Museum, New York, NY (2016); LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton, NY (2016); Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY (2016); and Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, NY (2014-2015).
His awards and fellowships include Edward F. Albee Foundation Visiting Fellow, Montauk, NY (2014); Wassaic Project Residency, Wassaic, NY (2014); and RISD Thesis Exhibition Award of Excellence, Providence, RI (2007). Karol received a B.S. in Ceramics, from Skidmore College and his M.F.A. in Ceramics from Rhode Island School of Design.
Featured Image Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist
Loup, Charred Cedar. 8′ tall. Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist
Heart of the Country, Whitewashed Ash. 72″H x 82″W x 36″D. Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist
Eyes, Painted steel, Proposed sculpture for Flushing Meadows Corona Park (summer 2017). Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist
Reach, , Painted steel, One of two proposed sculptures for Prospect Park Painted steel (fall 2017). Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist