Carolyn Morris Bach
Carolyn Morris Bach lives on seventy acres in the woodlands of Southern Rhode Island. Her studio is surrounded by pastures and forests and impacted directly by the cycles of seasons which connect her to the natural environment and its visual expression in figurative imagery. For 30 years, her work has developed along themes which are keyed to visual metaphors – often found in older iconographies – representing the powers of sun, moon, wind, rain, stones, plants and a selection of
animals residents that determine the rural, non-industrial landscape.
Carolyn Morris Bach is a graduate of the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design. Her work is in numerous museum collections including:
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
Museum of Arts and Design, New York, New York
Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts
Racine Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin
Her work is widely collected both in America and abroad, and recognized by several organizations with awards of merit from: Smithsonian Institution, American Craft Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art (Women's Committee) and a National Endowment for The Arts grant. Most recently, a Carolyn Morris Bach brooch was included in the book by Madeline Albright, Read My Pins. Brooches from her personal collection.
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