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Karen LeCocq

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Santa Rosa, CA

Birth year

Lives in
Mariposa, CA

Works in
Mariposa, CA


Representing galleries
Washington DC, Fresno, CA, CA, Gallery 10, Gallery 25, Meridian Gallery, San Francisco

Art, feminist, mixed-media, sculpture


Professional artist and lecturer, Karen LeCocq is a mixed media sculptor who has shown nationally and internationally in galleries as well as major museums, among them: The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, The Armand Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA, and the The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA. Her work has gained international recognition through its use in the Absolut Vodka Signature Artist campaign.

Her work has been pictured in numerous publications, among them: Art In America, Art News, Artforum, Art and Antiques, Manhatten Arts, and Time Magazine and has been reproduced in the books The Power of Feminist Art, Sexual Politics, The Absolut Book, California Artists, Through the Flower, By Our Own Hands, and in her autobiography, The Easiest Thing To Remember.

She teaches sculpture, painting and drawing at University of California, Merced and lives in the foothills of Mariposa county with her artist husband, David Medley and four cats, Neko, Tommi, Sachi and Yami.

Recent Exhibits

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Craftswoman House Gallery 25
Phebe Conley Art Gallery
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