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In my artistic journey, subjects unfold organically in my mind's exploration for inspiration, appearing unexpectedly.


Working with oils and watercolors, I'm captivated by the native landscapes of NJ, Maine, and Pennsylvania. A profound appreciation for still life emerged after encountering the impressionists paintings as a young artist, fueling my enduring passion for the genre.


Each stroke captures the essence of moments discovered in the uncharted territories of my creative wanderings.

Philip J. Carroll

About the Artist

Philip J. Carroll, a distinguished professional artist, served as the Curator of Exhibitions for the Perkins Center for the Arts in Moorestown and Collingswood, New Jersey, from 2005 to 2020. A native of Haddonfield, NJ, he currently resides in Collingswood, where his deep connection to the community has shaped his artistic identity.

As a committed educator, Mr. Carroll shares his expertise by teaching watercolor at the Perkins Center for the Arts in Moorestown, NJ, and previously at the Mainline Art Center in Haverford, PA. He is a 1984 graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, PA, where he also studied Art History at the University of Pennsylvania, earning recognition with an Honorable Mention to the Cresson in 1983 and a Schiedt Traveling Scholarship in 1984.

His recent solo exhibitions, including those at Gallery222 in Malvern, PA (2023) and The Pennswood Art Gallery in Newtown, PA (2023), showcase his mastery of the medium. Noteworthy among his solo exhibitions are presentations at The Noyes Museum in NJ (2021) and the Perkins Center for the Arts in NJ (2021). His artistic journey has also taken him to notable galleries such as Warm Springs Gallery in Warm Springs, VA (2011), and Des Champs Gallery in Lambertville, NJ (2009).

Philip J. Carroll's work has been featured in numerous group exhibitions, including the Ellarselie Open at Trenton City Museum in NJ (2023, 2022, 2018, 2010) , Gallery222 Malvern Pa. December 2022, Artists House Gallery in Philadelphia, PA (2007, 2009, 2010, 2012). His participation extends to prestigious venues like the Main Line Art Center in Haverford, PA (2007-2009) and Deschamps Gallery in Lambertville, PA (2007-2010), reflecting the breadth and impact of his artistic contributions.

With pieces housed in both public and private collections, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia, PA, Philip J. Carroll's art transcends boundaries, capturing the essence of landscapes and subjects with a profound and timeless resonance.

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