Translating and re-contextualizing the patterns and structures encountered in her everyday life, Carly Glovinski makes paintings, sculpture, and works on paper that teeter between representation and abstraction. Her practice is informed by resourceful attitudes associated with domestic craft tradition as well as a reverence for nature and the great outdoors. Glovinski received her BFA from Boston University and has been awarded residencies at the Studios at MASS MoCA and the Vermont Studio Center. Her work has been the subject of solo exhibitions including Colby Museum of Art (Maine), Morgan Lehman Gallery (New York), Visions West Contemporary (Denver), Carroll and Sons (Boston), and LaMontagne Gallery (Boston). She has been included in numerous group exhibitions notably at deCordova Museum, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Richard Heller Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, and Portland Museum of Art. Her work is held in several public and private collections including Colby College Museum of Art, Fidelity Investments, and Chicago Federal Reserve Bank. She lives and works in New Hampshire, and is represented by Morgan Lehman Gallery in New York, NY.