Carol Reilley
Artist, Designer, Educator                     


Salmagundi Art Club, NYC
Northeast Watercolor Society (NY)
Connecticut Watercolor Society
Connecticut Classics Art Association
Connecticut Society of Creative Arts
Kent Art Association (
PUBLISHED:      Parsons School of Design Curriculum,
Fundamentals of Interior Design, Ethan Allen
W. CT. State University Design Curriculum
EDUCATION:      Parson's School of Design, A.A.S.
Kent State University, B.F.A.
W. CT. State University, M.S.(on-going)
Studied with artists;
Mel Stabin ,John Traynor, Charles Reid, Richard Ochs
Art Students League, NYC
MAJOR EXHIBITIONS:       Fine Line Gallery,          
University of CT, Kent Art Association,
Tiekyo Post Un., Washington Art Ass.,
Society of Creative Arts, Boehringer Ingelheim


N.S. Ancell School of Business, NYC
M.F. Kathwari, KEA International, NYC
Dr. Boland and Associates, CT
Fahnestock & Co. Investments, CT
Oppenheimer & Co., NY
Paul Mello & Assoc. Sierra Vista, AZ
Copyright  C.L. Reilley. All rights reserved.


Carol is a contemporary representational artist and has
painted in oil and water color for over thirty years. She
is a third generation artist. Teaching and sharing art
with others has always been important, so she has
taught workshops and classes in all areas of the country.

Like many, Carol had a career and raised a family. For over twenty years she was Vice President
of Ethan Allen, Inc. giving her an opportunity to finish a second degree in Environmental Design
from Parsons School of Design in NYC. Her first degree is a BFA in painting from Kent State
University. Her work is shown throughout the U.S. and in private collections and businesses.


Carol has signature status in the North East Water Color Society and the Connecticut Water Color
Society as well as a full juried member of The Salmagundi Club in N.Y.C. She is also a member
of O.P.A. and the Transparent W.C. society as well as many more local and regional art clubs in


Artists who have influenced my work and inspired me are: Richard Ochs, Charles Reid, as well as
Emile Carlson, Antonio Mancini, Joaquin Sorolla, Cecelia Beaux, and Sergei Bongart.