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Caitlin Karolczak

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20150106043646-narcissus_reflected
Narcissus Reflected, 2015 Oil & Enamel On Linen 48" X 36" © 2015 Caitlin Karolczak
20150106045051-temporalityweb
Temporality, 2013 Oil, Silver Leaf On Wood Panel 31" X 27.5" © 2013 Caitlin Karolczak
20150106043449-petal
Petal, 2015 Oil On Canvas 36" In Diameter © 2015
20150106044158-karolcak_thenightmareweb
The Nightmare, 2014 Oil On Panel In Vintage Carved Wood Frame 30" W X 42" T © 2014 Caitlin Karolczak
20150106044843-slovakiastudy2
Study 2 - done at the Gesto a emócie Symposium , 2013 Oil On Canvas 100x70 Cm © 2013 Caitlin Karolczak
20150106043647-lumiere_rouge_
Lumière Rouge, 2014 Oil On Antique Table Top 28" X 34" © 2014 Caitlin Karolczak
20150106044450-betweenmychestweb
Between My Chest, 2013 Oil On Panel 20.5” X 35.5 © 2013 Caitlin Karolczak
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Memento Mori I, 2010 Oil, Encaustic, 14k Gold Pigment On Antique Wood Column Base. 18.5" Diameter
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Memento Mori II, 2010 Oil, Encaustic, 14k Gold Pigment On Antique Wood Column Base. 18.5" Diameter
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Insolently Shrieking Oil On Canvas 60" X 48" © 2008
Web
Evado, 2009 Oil On Panel 20"W X 48"H
20150725220543-karolczak_avengingannie
Avenging Annie, 2015 Pastel, Metal Leaf On Paper 12 X 17.5 © Caitlin Karolczak 2015
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Avenging Annie, 2015 Pastel, Metal Leaf On Paper 12 X 17.5 © Caitlin Karolczak 2015
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Iron Range
Birth year
1984
Works in
Minneapolis, NYC
Representing galleries
Spinario
Tags
landscape, surrealism, traditional, figurative
Statement

Caitlin Karolczak (1984-) was born on Minnesota’s Iron Range. She received a BFA in Fine Arts and BA in Art History at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (2005). She resides in Minneapolis working as a professional artist and co-gallery owner of Spinario Design, a mid-century design and fine art gallery. There she handles original artworks as diverse as 15th century engravings to paintings by Ray Parker, Zao Wou Ki, and Otto Dix. Her exposure to this unpredictable array of works has given her a broader understanding of art that enriches her own.