Isabelle Maschal O’Donnell ’17
Isabelle Maschal O’Donnell is a fiber artist who currently lives and works in Portland, Maine. Isabelle’s work draws influence from traditional craft processes, repurposed textile materials, and her environment. Her work uses both traditional painting surfaces and techniques in combination with textile processes such as dyeing, embroidery, painting, weaving, and quilt piecing. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Art from Maine College of Art, and has exhibited at venues including Able Baker Contemporary, BUOY Gallery, Boston University Stone Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Art at MECA, UNE Ketchum Library Gallery, and the Center for Maine Contemporary Art. Her work has been published in ArtMaze Magazine and Friend of the Artist, and she has attended residencies at the Stephen Pace House, Hewnoaks Artist Colony and Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.