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 Carol Gold  (20th century)

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Lived/Active: California      Known for: sculptor-abstract figure, horses

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Carol Gold creates sleek, contemporary bronze figures and horses from her studio in Northern California. She finds inspiration from nature and world events. The 2003 US invasion of Iraq inspired her to create tranquil pieces as an "antidote to the chaos.' Gold often includes two figures in her works emphasizing the communication between the pair.

Growing up on a dairy farm in western Massachusetts, Carol Gold attended Cornell University and earned an MA from the Boston University School of Fine Arts. She also attended the Museum School in Boston. In 1968 her family moved to California. She worked as an assistant to the sculpting teacher in her children's school and by 1972 she was sculpting full time. She attended the College of Marin in Kentfield, California to study bronze casting. Gold then built her own foundry in Northern California and has been operating it ever since. Initially Gold worked in clay but moved to wax which she finds allows her to be more expressive.

Source: "Southwest Art", July 2004

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