Jolene Powell is a McCoy Professor of Art and Director of Gallery 310 at Marietta College. Although she lives in the Midwest, she has spent several summers painting the coast of Maine; her fog-saturated residency at the Heliker-LaHotan Foundation generated much of her recent visual inspiration.
Jolene received her MFA from Boston University in 2001, and has an extensive exhibition record which includes; 2010 10th Annual American Landscapes, Maryland Federation of Art; Summer Exhibition, Courthouse Gallery, Ellsworth Maine; Monotype Guild of New England, National Show 2010, Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, Massachusetts; Simplicity and Suspense, at the Narthex Gallery, New York City, Maine As Muse, at Lohin Geduld Gallery, New York City. And in 2015, Jolene Powell: Zephyr Memories, at ENO Gallery, Hillsborough, North Carolina. Prof. Powell spent her fall 2016 sabbatical at the Nes International Artist Residency in Iceland.