Philip Carroll

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Resting, 2010 Oil On Panel 8 Inches X 10 Inches © yes
Lower Creek, 2010 Oil On Panel 10 Inches X 20 Inches © yes
Lime Bucket, 2010 Oil On Panel 16 Inches X 14 Inches © yes
Lower Creek 2, 2010 Oil On Panel 10 Inches X 20 Inches © yes
Below Easton, 2010 Oil On Panel 6 Inches X 12 Inches © yes
Croft farm, 2010 Oil On Panel 16 Inches X 20 Inches
Corsons, 2010 Oil On Panel 14 Inches X 36 Inches © yes
Before the Rain, 2010 Oil On Panel 11 Inches X 21 Inches
Cooper River, 2010 Oil On Panel 13 Inches X 21 Inches
Quick Facts
Birth year
Lives in
New Jersey
Works in
New Jersey
Representing galleries
Lambertville New jersey. , Deschamps Gallery
Fiestaware realism, landscapes, OilPaintings.Drawings landscape, modern, traditional, figurative

“I do not choose the subjects that I paint they choose me I just happen upon them in my endless wandering for inspiration and they appear when I least expect them. After many years of showing my students how to paint landscapes I thought it time to explore this genre as serious subject matter for my own work. Although I have painted landscapes in oils of city scenes and stop lights in an urban setting they were always a close cropped view of a scene. So for the first time in many years I have been re-born as an artist and am finding endless joy in creating paintings that seem to make perfect sense.” Philip J. Carroll is a professional artist, lecturer and is currently the Curator of Exhibitions for the Perkins Center for the Arts in Moorestown and Collingswood New Jersey. He grew up in Haddonfield, N.J. and lives with his family in Collingswood where he has been a long term resident. He teaches water color for Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown, N.J. and for Mainline Art Center in Haverford, Pa. Mr. Carroll is a 1984 graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pa. and studied art history at The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. His has had one person exhibitions of paintings at Des Champs Gallery in Lambertville, N.J. in 2009, and the Monmouth Museum in 2007 .Recent group exhibitions include theTrenton City Museum, Ellarselie Open 2010, Artists House Gallery, Philadelphia, Pa.,2010,2009, 2007, Mainline Center for the Arts, 2007,2008,2009, Fusion Gallery, Collingswood, N.J. , 2007, Deschamps Gallery in Lambertville, 2007-2010 and ADM Gallery Philadelphia, Pa.,2005. Comment by: Philip Carroll on Tuesday 11/23/10 at 04:11 PM

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