“Every art scene has them — those quiet, dependable artists who never achieve much visibility yet produce high-quality work year after year. A prototypical example in this region is Golden sculptor Carley Warren.” –Denver Post
Colorado artist Carley Warren (born 1931) creates sculptures that allude to intersections of nature and engineered structure. This exhibition explores various forms through which Warren has addressed the multiple meanings, suggestions, and perceptions associated with confinement and containment — both physical and psychological.
Warren states that her sculpture is “influenced by materials and connections… They appear simple but involve patient assembly. (The) materials are manipulated in shape, joinery, knotting, etc., turning them back into structures alluding to nature.”
Denverpost.com | Sculptor Carley Warren fashions conundrum into art