Carrie became fascinated with sculpting through ceramics at an early age. Her passion for building objects flourished after she and her husband, Tom, started an architectural concrete business called Fishstone Studio in 2006. Over the past 15 years Carrie found making functional art fulfilling and began her study of sculpting with concrete as a medium. Through concrete and her action oriented mentality, she found a calling to make sculptures that depicted the social issues of the world. She is now focused fulltime on sculpting and developing new techniques to use high performance concrete in public art.
2020 “World Traveler” Chicago Sculpture Exhibit Lakeshore Park, Chicago IL 2020-2021,
2020 “Invertadude” Chicago Sculpture Exhibit, Greektown, Chicago IL 2020-2021
2019 “Lady of the Lake” Chicago Sculpture Exhibit May 2019-2020, Chicago IL
2018 “The Helping Hand” permanent installation, Palmer Square Park, Chicago IL