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1045 NW 115 Street, Pinewood, Miami, FL

Untitled (people wearing masks)

Brown proposes to make a number of prints of drawings of people wearing masks. Having cut them out, she will prop them behind windows, as if they were lone figures looking outward. She may place them behind screens to slightly obscure them.

Carol K. Brown is a visual artist based out of Miami and New York. Over an extensive career, her work has involved sculpture, anthropomorphic abstractions, figurative paintings, and social commentary. In 2019, she exhibited “Down the Rabbit Hole” at the Nohra Haime Gallery in New York.

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