Carl D’Alvia (b. 1965 in Sleepy Hollow, NY) is a sculptor that lives and works in Connecticut and New York. D’Alvia’s bronze, marble, and post-pop resin sculptures range from the abstract and geometric to the figurative and anthropomorphic. His work often explores dichotomies such as minimal/ornate, hard/soft, animate/inanimate, and comic/tragic. D’Alvia won the Rome Prize in 2012. He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in New York as well as internationally, including the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York; HESSE FLATOW, New York; American Academy in Rome, Italy; Galerie Hussenot, Paris; Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Providence; and Arts Center at Duck Creek, East Hampton.