Carol Pelletier is the Chair of Fine Arts and Professor of Art at Endicott College, located on the north shore of Boston. She received her BFA through the University of Maine and MFA from James Madison University.  She has exhibited in numerous solo and group shows nationally and internationally, including the Cape Cod Museum of Art, Boecker Contemporary in Heidelberg Germany, Centre d'Art Contemporain Metz France, the Acadian Museum in Moncton and Prince Edward Island, Saint-Mary's University in Nova Scotia, the Cynthia Winings Gallery, Julie Heller East, the Attleboro Art Museum, the Becket Arts Center, 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. Her work has been in multiple catalog exhibitions and publications including the most recent show at the Julie Heller Gallery in Provincetown, MA, titled Thinking Sideways, curated by Nancy Natale. Other publications include, the New American Paintings juried by Beth Venn, Studio Visit Magazine, juried by Carl Belz, Creative Quarterly, Bloom Literary Journal in Los Angeles, ProWax Journal, Artscope: New England's Culture Magazine, Visual Overture and RiverLit Magazines. She is represented by the Cynthia Winings Gallery in Blue Hill, Maine. Carol splits her time between a small island in Maine and Cape Ann located on the north shore of Boston Massachusetts. 


Workshops and Curatorial Projects

Carol has taught multiple workshops on painting and cold wax methods at some of New England's well known art institutions such as, the Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill on Cape Cod, Snow Farm in Williamsburg, Ma, the International Encaustic Conference in Provincetown and the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem Massachusetts.  Carol has also worked on multiple curatorial and juried exhibitions, including the recent 2018 curatorial project at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, a 24 person exhibition emphasizing the use of encaustic and wax medium in contemporary painting and sculpture .