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Caitlin McCormack


Local fiber artist Caitlin McCormack creates multidimensional, crocheted sculptures that explore a broad range of emotive subject matter. Best known for her macabre, skeletal birds, McCormack also (and more recently) makes artifact-like objects that speak to complex, underlying notions of gender and sexuality–linked to the gendered tradition and craft of the medium with which she works. 


McCormack studied at the University of the Arts in Pennsylvania and has exhibited all over the world. She currently teaches at The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and Hussain College of Art and Design in Philadelphia, she has completed numerous artist residencies, and she was the recent recipient of a Joseph Robert Foundation grant in 2021. One of the longest-exhibiting artists with Arch Enemy Arts, since 2013, McCormack’s work has appeared in more than twenty group shows with the gallery. 

Catalog of works.

Below is a list of all works from solo and group exhibitions. Any pieces marked with a red dot have been sold. 

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