Céline Browning is an artist and educator born in Chicago, and currently based in Louisville, KY and Albany, NY. She has an MFA in Metals from SUNY New Paltz and a dual BFA in Craft and Art History from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Browning began her career in metalsmithing and fibers, focusing on the conceptual potential of functional objects. Her work has been exhibited extensively, most notably through a three-year travelling group exhibition organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum, a solo show at Northwestern University, as well as group shows at the Stony Island Arts Bank in Chicago and the Pinakothek Der Moderne in Munich. In 2019, she was named a finalist in the Miami University Young Sculptors Competition, and in 2022 she received a grant from Josephine Sculpture Park to create a large-scale permanent public sculpture. She has been an artist-in-residence with Columbus State University, Good Hart Artist Residency in Michigan, Arts Letters + Numbers in upstate New York, the Warwick Foundation in Kentucky, and Josephine Sculpture Park. Céline Browning is an Assistant Professor of Studio Art at the Kentucky College of Art + Design.