Carol Farber-Carrington maintains a studio in West Lafayette, Indiana having moved from New York four years ago. Her sculptures range from abstract designs to modern representational ones, mainly focusing on the male and female figures. “The Body Beautiful” exhibition is an excellent cross-section of her work. The soft curves and variations in postures reflect the full gamut of human emotions. Farber-Carrington carves in marble, a variety of alabaster and soapstone, Black African wonderstone, and limestone. Other materials used include copper pennies, seashells, Plexiglas, and plaster. The artist’s sculptures have been shown in both solo and group exhibitions in Manhasset, Roslyn, Great Neck, Westbury, Syosset and New York City. Farber-Carrington’s sculptures are also included in private collections in New York and Indiana. Museum is CLOSED on Independence Day and Labor Day.