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Artists Statement

My work is about the dance of life, my own and others.

It is about my family, my friends, those whose lives I’ve

touched whether intimately or in passing. It is the crowd -

the individual and the other. Much of the content reflects

the examination of the individual in her own context or a

documentation of the individual’s life work.

Memory enhances my reflection on people and places

from small sketches which capture the impact of the

culture on me to the portrayal of an individual who has

made a lasting impression.




Carol Iskols Daynard
90 Commonwealth Avenue • Boston, Massachusetts 02116


Wells College B.A., Art History 1968
Boston University M.Ed., Special Education 1970
Boston University Ed. D., Special Education Administration 1980
School of the Museum of Fine Arts Diploma, Studio Art 2009

Related Experience

Student Annual Exhibit, School of the Museum of Fine Arts 2007
Metafone, Installation, School of the Museum of Fine Arts 2007
What’s New at 60: a Transformation,
Solo Exhibit Judge Baker Children’s Center 2007
Art School Feminism, School of the Museum of Fine Arts 2007

Travels: Hyderabad and Beyond,
Northeastern University School of Law 2007-2008
Hybrid, School of the Museum of Fine Arts 2008
Then and Now, Walnut Hill School Natick, Massachusetts March 2008
Mind the Gap, Underground Gallery School of the Museum of Fine Arts 2008
Violence Transformed, Resnikoff Gallery and MA State House, curator April 2008
Then and Now Again, OKW Gallery, 2008

What Does Love Got to Do With It?, Bag Gallery,
School of the Museum of Fine Arts
Violence Transformed, Children’s Hospital, MA State House,
Resnikoff Gallery, 2009
Mind is a Beautiful Beast, OKW Gallery April 2009.
Heat Wave, Bromfield Gallery August 2009.

Here’s Looking at You, St. Botolph Club, 2010

Words About Paintings/Paintings About Words:
The Whistler/Rossetti Exchange Revisited, St. Botolph Club, 2011

Women 360, South Shore Art Center, 2012

Violence Transformed : The Artist’s Voice,
Harriet Tubman House Gallery 2013, 2014

Permanent Collection

Dred Head, collaborative project with Mary R. Harvey, Resnikoff Gallery, 2009
Connections, Northeastern University School of Law, 2011


Art Matters, Spring 2007

Professional Memberships / Affiliations

Executive Committee; the MA Standing Committee for the
National Museum of Women and the Arts
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Governor 2010-present
St. Botolph Club Foundation, Trustee 2013-present