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Gallery Representation

The Cynthia Winings Gallery, 24 Parker Point Rd, Blue Hill, ME 04614


Selected Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2019    Spencer Presentation Gallery, curator Kathleen Moore, Beverly MA

2018    Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, Form and Chaos, M.P. Landis and Carol Pelletier, Truro MA

2014 - Cynthia Winings Gallery, All You Need, Blue Hill, Maine

2013 - Spencer Gallery, Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts, Local Ground, Endicott College, Beverly, MA

          - River Gallery, Inner Thoughts, Chattanooga, TN

2008 - Berea College, A Room with a View, Doris Ulmann Galleries, Berea, KY

2007 - West Liberty State University, New Directions, Nutting Gallery, curator R. Villamagna, Wheeling, WV

2006 - Sleeth Gallery, Pursuing Proximity, West Virginia Wesleyan, Buckhannon, WV

2005 - Marietta College, Planes of Luminescence, Hermann Fine Arts Center,  Marietta, OH

          - Annex Gallery, Searching for Water, Charleston, WV

2003 - GARO, New Work by Carol Pelletier, Fine Art, Director, Ami Hirata, Morgantown, WV

2002 - Soren Christensen, Shorelines by Carol Pelletier, New Orleans, LA

2001 - Red and Gold Gallery, New Work by Carol Pelletier, Richard Painter, director, Seattle, WA

2000 - Daywood Gallery, Alderson–Broaddus College, J. Boggess, curator, Phillipi, WV

          - Annex Gallery, Variations on a Landscape, A. Salville, curator, Charleston, WV

          - Sycamore House Gallery, C. Greene, curator, Harrisonburg, VA

1998 - Della Brown Taylor Gallery, curator, P. Clendenin, West Virginia State Institute, WV

1997 - Sleeth Gallery, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, WV

        - University of Maine Ellsworth Center, Ellsworth, ME

        - Sawhill Gallery, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018 - Cynthia Winings Gallery, Expectations of Place, Blue Hill ME (reviewed by Carl Little in Art New England)

2017 - Cape Cod Museum of Art - Depth Perception, curators Cherie Mittenthal and Joanne Mattera, Dennis, MA (catalog)

2017 - Boecker Contemporary, Black Box, curated by Arvid Boecker, Heidelberg, Germany

2017 - Cynthia Winings Gallery, Blue Hill, Maine

2017 - Heftler Gallery, Endicott College, Beverly MA

2016 - Julie Heller Gallery, Thinking Sideways: The Horizontal Line, curated by Nancy Natale, Provincetown, MA (catalog)

          - Cynthia Winings Gallery, The Art of Acadia and Plenty Blue Hill, Maine 

2015 - Cynthia Winings Gallery, Belonging to Time, Blue Hill, Maine

          - Heftler Gallery, Organic to Geometric: Investigations in Structure and Surface, Endicott College, Beverly MA(catalog)

2014 - Acadie Mythique: A traveling group exhibition of 18 Acadian Artists from the Acadian Diaspora to be exhibited during the Acadian World Congress.  Curated by Harlan Johnson, Montreal Quebec    

Locations of Exhibition: 
University of Maine at Fort Kent             Fort Kent, Maine
The Cultural Museum of Mont-Carmel    Lille. Maine
The Acadian Museum of Moncton          Moncton, New Bruswick
University of Sainte Anne                       Clare, New Brunswick    
Saint-Mary's University Art Gallery,         Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Acadian Museum of Prince Edward Island     Prince Edward Island.

2013 - Cynthia Winings Gallery, Time and Place, A Group Exhibition, Blue Hill, ME

           - Becket Arts Center Gallery, Unearthing Elements From The Natural World: Outside and Inside Traditional Landscape Invitational, Becket, MA

           - The Rocky Neck Cultural Center, Synthesis: Endicott College and Montserrat College of Art Faculty and Student Collaborative Exhibit, Gloucester, MA

2011 - Sleeth Gallery, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, WV

2010 - Kelly Jackson Gallery, Arts Center Monongahela, Water and Stone, Morgantown, WV

2009 - Elon University, Arts West Gallery, Small Works Invitational, Elon, NC

2008 - Attleboro Art Musuem, National Juried Monotype/Monoprint Exhibit, juror, Aprile Gallant, Curator Smith College Museum   of Art, (catalog), Attleboro, MA

2008 - Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bolton Gallery, Cranbrook Print Media Magnetic Exchange, Bloomfield Hills, MI

2007 - Isalos Fine Art (catalogue), Ames Pond, Stonington, ME

         - Southeastern College Art Conference, Faculty Exhibition, Charleston, WV

         - Eastern Oregon University, Nightingale Gallery, Inkspot, La Grande, OR

         - Geoffrey Warner Studio, Artists of Maine Summer Group Show, Stonington, ME

2006 - Huntington Museum of Art, …Never Done: Works by Women Artists from the Puzzuoli Miller Collection, Huntington, WV

          - Isalos Fine Art, “The Black and White Show,” Stonington, Maine

          - Randolph County Community Arts Center, “Three College Invitational,” Elkins, WV

2005 - Olson–Larsen Galleries, Water and Land, Des Moines, IA

          - Isalos Gallery, From Dusk to Dawn, Stonington Maine

2004 - Annex Gallery, New work by Carol Pelletier and Eric Pardue, Charleston, WV (2 person show)

           - Soren Christensen Gallery, New Orleans, LA

2003 - Nicolet College, Northern National Competition, juror, Keith Jacobshagen, Rhinelander, WI

2002 - Clark House Gallery, juror, Carl Little, Bangor, ME

           - Leslie Lohman Art Foundation, 5th Lesbian Biennial,  (image on invitation), New York, NY

2001 - Soren Christensen, New Orleans, LA

           - California State University, A Map to My House, Chico, CA

           - New American Paintings Magazine, Vol. 33, juror, Beth Venn, Open Press Studios, Featured Artist/Catalogue Exhibition, Boston, MA

2001 - Sleeth Gallery, Vices, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, WV

2001 - Museum in the Community, Up and Coming, Hurricane, WV    

2000 - Rosenthal Gallery, Invitational, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC

          - Lees-McRae College, Invitational, “A Celebration of Art,” Banner Elk, NC

          - Oglebay Institute, Crosscurrents, Wheeling, WV

1999 - Alderson Broaddus College, Daywood Gallery, Phillipi, WV

         - Annex Gallery, Charleston, WV

1997 - Middle Street Gallery, Jerry Scott, juror, director of the Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC

Residencies, Workshops and Conference Presentations

2018      Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, Developing Color Maturity while working in Cold Wax, Truro, MA

2017      Vermont Studio Center, October residency, Johnson VT

2016 - Snow Farm, New England’s Center for Art and Craft, Williamsburg, MA

          - Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, Working w/ Wax Medium w/ Carol Pelletier. Truro, MA June 2016

2015 - Ninth International Encaustic Conference, Professional Practices Panel with Miles Conrad, Fanne Fernow, Marci Rae McDade, Timothy McDowell, Jane Allen Nodine and Carol Pelletier,                                   moderated by Joanne Mattera, Provincetown, MA

2014 - Peabody Essex Museum,  Cold Wax Workshop with Carol Pelletier sponsored by the Van Otterloo Golden Light Series. Salem, MA

          - Eighth International Encaustic Conference, Cold Wax Demo with Carol Pelletier, Provincetown, MA

          - Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, Working with Wax Medium with Carol Pelletier. Truro, MA, July 2014

2013  - Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, Working with Cold Wax Medium with Carol Pelletier. July 2013. 

2008  - Wood Engraving and Letterpress Printing workshop with Jim Horton, Abigail Rorer and R.P. Hale, Augusta Heritage Center, Davis and Elkins College. Created a book collection of wood                                   engravings with excerpts from A Life Above Water by Doug Van Gundy

           - Wood engraving workshop with Siri Beckman, Deer Isle, Me

2007 -  Walter Gropius Artist’s Workshop, Huntington Museum, Color Woodcut and mixed media printmaking processes with Karen Kunc, The University of Nebraska-Lincoln

2001  - Bay of Fundy Residency, Nova Scotia, Canada funded by the  National Endowment for the Arts, Project Grant,  “Language of the Land”

1996   - Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont, Awarded an Artist Residency Grant studied with Grace Hartigan and Altoon Sultan


2018 - Art New England September/October issue review of Expectations of Place by Carl Little

             Southwest Art Magazine February “Landscape issue” A Sense of Place, interview by Kim Agricola 

             Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill (Cover of workshop catalog)

Organic to Geometric (exhibition catalog Provincetown Art Association and Museum) curator’s statement by Carol Pelletier

Fifty/Fifty (exhibition catalog, Arden Gallery, for artist, Joanne Mattera) essay by Carol Pelletier

2017 - Depth Perception, Cape Cod Museum of Art, Exhibition Catalog

             Creative Quarterly, National Journal of Art and Design, Issue 47, Fine Art Artist, Fall 2017

2016 - Thinking Sideways: The Horizontal Line, exhibition catalog that accompanied the exhibition Thinking Sideways at Julie Heller East in Provincetown, MA, curator, Nancy Natale

          - Prowax Journal, Volume Issue 13, August – October 2016

          - Condominium Morte, (Cover Image) Vince Trimboli Poems, Ghost City Press, Syracuse, NY

2015 - Studio Visit Magazine, Juried by Carl Belz, Volume 27, Winter Edition, Open Studios Press, Boston, MA

2014 - Creative Quarterly, the National Journal of Art and Design, Issue 33, Featured Artist, Winter 2014

          - Bloom Literary Journal, Fall Issue 2013, Cover Art (Rivulet) Los Angeles California                              

 2013 - Artscope Magazine, New England’s Cultural Magazine: Carol Pelletier: Local Ground, review by James Foritano, pages 26 and 27. May/June 2013 issue. 

           - Salem News, "On the Horizon", Endicott College professor’s exhibit shows a connection to place. Interview by Will Broaddus, pages 9 and 16. May 2, 2013.                                                                         
           - Cape Ann Currents, ‘Synthesis’ enthralls, by Keith Powers, pages B1 and B3, October 4, 2013 

2012   - RiverLit Magazine, Selected Featured Artist Volume 2 Issue 3

2011    - Visual Overture Magazine, Selected Featured Artist Winter 2011 Issue

2008   - National Juried Monotype/Monoprint Exhibition, juried by Aprile Gallant (catalogue)

            - The Sun Chronicle: The Possibilities are Endless, Attleboro Arts Museum shines spotlight on monotypes and monoprints in a national juried show, by Janette Sears, September 10

2007    - Vandalia: The Literary Magazine West Virginia Wesleyan College, p. 24 (image, Back Beach)

            - Ames Pond (catalogue), essay by Debora Cummins, printed by Isalos Fine Art, Stonington, ME

            - La Grande Observer, “Inkspot review,” 2007

2006    - Vandalia: The Literary Magazine West Virginia Wesleyan College (cover image, Deer Isle Village)

             - New American Paintings Magazine, Open Studios Press, Vol. 44, Boston, MA

2005   - Iowa City View, “Landscape All Stars,” June 9, 2005

             - Des Moines Register, “Celebrate Beauty of Land, Water,” Amanda Pierre, June 8, 2005

            - St. John Valley Times, “Artistree Gallery Showing the work of Carol Pelletier,” July 20, 2005

            - Charleston Gazette, “The Gazz,” p. 10D, image, p. 19D, Thursday, October 13, 2005

2004   - Artworks, Charleston WV

2002   - The Best of New Orleans, “Paintings by Carol Pelletier,” 9.17.02

            - New American Paintings Magazine, Open Press Studios/Catalogue Exhibition, Vol. 33, Boston MA

            - Up and Coming Magazine, “Artscape,” December, 2000

            - The Fayetteville Observer, 12/00

1998   - The Yellow Jacket, Vol.  53, Sept. 1998    

Honors / Awards

2017    Granted Sabbatical Leave, Endicott College

2017    Granted an Artist’s Residency grant at the Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont

2014    Full Professorship at Endicott College

2012    RiverLit Magazine Selected Featured Artist Volume 2 Issue 3

2011    Visual Overture Magazine, Selected Featured Artist Winter 2011 Issue

2007    Faculty Innovation Grant, West Virginia Wesleyan College

2005    Sabbatical Leave, West Virginia Wesleyan College

2004    National Endowment for the Arts Project Grant, “Northern Light”

2004    Faculty Innovation Grant, West Virginia Wesleyan College

2003    Awarded Tenure and Promotion to Associate Professor of Art

2003    New American Paintings Magazine, Vol.  33 Featured Artist/Catalogue Exhibition

2001    Mellon Foundation Fellowship Grant

2001    Salzburg Fellow, Museums in the 21st Century, Salzburg Austria

2001    National Endowment for the Arts, Project Grant,  “Language of the Land”

2001    West Virginia Commission for the Arts

2000    National Endowment for the Arts, Artist’s Fellowship Grant

2000    West Virginia Commission for the Arts, Fellowship Grant

2000    Faculty Innovation Grant, West Virginia Wesleyan College

1996     Residency Fellowship, The Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

Administrative and Teaching Experience

2011-present Chair of Fine Arts, Professor of Art, Endicott College, Beverly, Massachusetts

1997–2011 Chair of Visual Arts, Associate Professor of Art, West Virginia Wesleyan, Buckhannon, WV

2000, 2001, 2007 Visual Arts Master Teacher, Governor’s School for the Arts, Marshall University

1995–1997 Instructor of Record, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA


1997   Master of Fine ArtsPainting and Drawing    James Madison University

1992   Bachelor of Fine Arts Painting, Drawing and Printmaking    University of Maine at Presque Isle