Introduction
Polly E. Apfelbaum (born Abington, Pennsylvania 1955) is an American contemporary visual artist, who is primarily known for her colorful drawings, sculptures, and fabric floor pieces, which she refers to as "fallen paintings". She currently lives and works in New York City, New York.
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Introduction
Apfelbaum received a BFA from Tyler School of Art in Pennsylvania. She has exhibited widely throughout the United States since the 1990s, often working within a hybrid of painting and sculpture, and using an array of vivid color.
Nationality
American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Installation Artist, Mixed-Media Artist
Name
Polly Apfelbaum
Ulan
500033130
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