(late 20th century)
Mary Ellen Carroll was active/lived in New York. Mary Carroll is known for sculptor-wall installation/vases, environmental.
Biography Mary Carroll
Creating effusive, highly decorative ceramic vases, Mary Ellen Carroll
hearkens back to the grand 18th-century European traditions that
influenced her during a residency in Sevres, France. She also
does environmental public artwork including indestructible language,
a text piece that wrapped around five buildings of the former American
can company in Jersey City. With neon letters eight-feet high,
the work could be seen from the New Jersey turnpike and to fliers
landing at the Newark Airport.
"Front Page", Art in America, Febraury 2007, p. 31