Corinne Carmiche uses everyday items including chairs, tables, and other found objects to explore the effects of witnessing abuse as a child.
Her sculptures, paintings, and installation work often center on ideas of home and relationships — both broken and whole. The use of cement and brick allows Carmiche to explore decay and the walls we put between others and ourselves.
Carmiche has exhibited her work at Station One Center for the Arts and the Lancaster Museum of Art.
Denville, New Jersey, b.1998