Carol Pelletier

Dusk Oil and Cold Wax on Bristol Panel, 12" x 18" 2013

Dusk Oil and Cold Wax on Bristol Panel, 12″ x 18″ 2013

 

CarolPelletier_WestBeach_2013

West Beach Oil and Cold Wax on Bristol Panel, 13″ x 13″ 2013

Cape Hedge, Oil and Cold Wax on Panel, 20" x 20" 2014

Cape Hedge, Oil and Cold Wax on Panel, 20″ x 20″ 2014

Marshland, Oil and Cold Wax on Panel, 14" x 14" 2014

Marshland, Oil and Cold Wax on Panel, 14″ x 14″ 2014

November, Oil and Cold Wax on Panel, 30" x 44" 2014

November, Oil and Cold Wax on Panel, 30″ x 44″ 2014

Winter III, Oil and Cold Wax on Panel, 30" x 44" 2014

Winter III, Oil and Cold Wax on Panel, 30″ x 44″ 2014

Carol Pelletier has exhibited in over 50 solo and group shows nationwide, including the Attleboro Art Museum, the Becket Arts Center, the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, the Huntington Museum of Art, the Oglebay Institute, Soren Christensen, Isalos Fine Art , Olson-Larsen Gallery, Berea College and Marietta College to name a few. She has received three National Endowment for the Arts Grants, including a Fellowship grant to honor her achievement in the field of Fine Arts. She has also received a Mellon Foundation grant and is a Salzburg Fellow. She has completed artist residencies and workshops at the Vermont Studio Center, the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, the Walter Gropius Master Artist workshop at the Huntington Museum of Art and the Augusta Heritage Center at Elkins College. Her work has been in multiple catalogue exhibitions and publications including the New American Paintings Magazine, Creative Quarterly: The Journal of Art and Design, the Bloom Literary Journal, Visual Overture and RiverLit Magazines. She is also represented by the River Gallery in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Carol is the Chair of Fine Arts and Professor of Art at Endicott College which is located on the north shore of Boston.  She received the MFA in Painting and Drawing from James Madison University and the BFA from the University of Maine at Presque Isle. Her previous posts have included Chair of Visual Arts at West Virginia Wesleyan College and Visual Arts Master Teacher at the Governors School for the Arts at Marshall University. Carol splits her time between the north shore of Boston and Little Deer Isle, Maine where she maintains her studio.