Judy O’Donnell lives in Maine and has been an artist and art educator for more than 30 years. Her figurative sculpture is inspired by the natural beauty of Maine; she creates distinctive figural pieces by combining natural forms found in the forest and sea. These works aspire to show the harmony between man and nature. She expresses her Irish history by weaving Celtic myth into her work. Judy’s reverence for nature relates to the environmental needs to protect our earth.

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This year, Judy O’Donnell received $500 grant from the Capelli d’Angeli Foundation in order to continue her series “Skins”. The Capelli d’Angeli foundation is an organization that helps to support women artists who have battled cancer. Judy has been asked to submit names of other women artists who have also been through cancer. If you know of any, please contact Judy directly.


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Judy O’Donnell

17 Amescoggin Road
Falmouth, ME 04105

(207) 781-4291
[email protected]


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Ogunquit, Maine [web]

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2011 Statewide Virtual Juried Showcase [view]

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Thierry Bonneville, Media Director

Thierry Bonneville co-founded Maine Art Scene Magazine in 2007 with his wife Brenda Bonneville. Together they are committed to promote Maine Arts in new and enterprising ways. They have published thousands of press releases and organized multiple statewide juried virtual arts exhibits.

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