Painting

Carrie Lederer’s work transports viewers across land and sky, illuminating a path to the deep, dark recesses of our universe. Her perspective—both micro and macro—conveys the bold and delicate forms that exist in the mysterious realms that surround us. Lederer’s up-close encounter with nature begins each day with her journey through the family garden, a place that continues to inspire her wondrous nature-scapes. About her work she states: “I am continually captured by nature’s sheer exuberance—a spectacle of complexity—beautiful, simple, and haphazard.” Read Carrie’s full artist’s statement.

About

Carrie Lederer is a painter, sculptor and installation artist who exhibits her nature-inspired work across the United States. She has built site-specific installations for Turtle Bay Museum, de Rosa Center for Contemporary Art, San Jose ICA, and many others. Lederer is a recipient of the prestigious Fleishhacker Foundation Eureka Award, and she has completed commissions for Facebook, UCSF Medical Center, Art Source and private collections. See her full bio.

Installation/Sculpture

Lederer’s installations—built like a 3D still-life—use both real and constructed nature to explore ideas about landscape. Woven into her dense, tapestry-like environments is a constellation of objects representing sound, movement, texture and pattern found in our nature world. Read more about Lederer’s sculpture and installation.

Real or Imagined, Attleboro Arts Museum, 2021

Real or Imagined, Attleboro Arts Museum, 2021 In January 2021, the Attleboro Arts Museum posted an online national call-for-artists requesting artwork that reflected the undeniable or dabbled in the hypothetical. After coping with months of hardship and confusion...

Destination Unknown, Perch Art House, San Francisco, CA

Destination Unknown, curated by Ann Trinca, Perch Art House, San Francisco, CA  

Palo Alto Public Art Project 

The City of Palo Alto’s Public Art Program commissioned a site-specific mural titled Lost in my Abstracted Garden now located at 155 California Ave., Palo Alto CalTrans Station. To learn more about the mural program and other participating artists check-out this...