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Carol Odell

Carol Odell chose painting as her means of expression when she was young and decided to go to art school. Since completion of a BFA from the Boston Museum School / Tufts University in 1967, she has made art and design part of her life. After exploring several media over time, she has chosen oil paint as her preferred medium for its working qualities and richness of color. Gouache and monotype works on paper augment her larger oil works on canvas, wood panels and folding screens.

Managing the Odell studio / gallery has provided her with the rewarding experience of direct contact and relationships with many collectors of her work. Her work is also currently represented by the Rice / Polak Gallery in Provincetown, MA and in many juried group shows in the New England area. She exhibits frequently with the Monotype Guild of New England of which she was president for three years.

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Professional Affiliations:

Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Monotype Guild of New England; Printmakers of Cape Cod Provincetown Art Association & Museum; International Encaustic Artists; Mass Wax;21 in Truro

Where Work is Displayed:

Odell Studios/Gallery, Chatham

Fees / Price Range:

$400 – $8,000


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