Carol Odell  The Set Designer and Scenic Artist

Carol Odell has a BFA from Tufts University after studying painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston  She has worked as an art teacher, a graphic designer, a textile designer and photographer.  Her works are in oil, gouache, monotype and encaustic. She is a member and exhibits regularly with the Provincetown Art Assoc. and Museum, Printmaker’s of Cape Cod, the Monotype Guild of New England, and 21 in Truro.  Her works are in private, corporate and museum collections.

Tom Odell  Technical Consultant

Tom Odell has worked as a goldsmith and metal sculptor for over 48 years.  He began his career as a metalsmith with a four-year apprenticeship with jeweler Bernard Kelly and subsequently developed his own line of jewelry. He worked alongside Japanese metalworkers in Kyoto where he expanded his techniques for forming and using Japanese alloys, and studied bronze casting at MassArt. His jewelry, and larger steel, bronze and aluminum sculptural pieces are in private and museum collections.

Tom and Carol Odell opened their studio /gallery at 423 Main Street in Chatham in 1975.

They both are represented in Deborah Forman’s 2015 book Cape Cod Contemporary Artists: On Abstraction