Opening Reception for Carroll Klingelhofer



Our feature for October is representational landscape paintings by Carroll Klingelhofer. Stop by and meet the artist and talk about the inspiration for his work.

October’s Featured Artist – Carroll Klingelhofer

Bishop’s Stock is often a place that draws artists as they visit the area. Several years ago Carroll Klingelhofer stopped by with the hope of meeting my husband. You see, they are both graduates of Washington & Lee University and fraternity brothers with just a few years between their time in Lexington, Virginia. Introduction made then our conversation moved to Carroll’s work as a representational painter. Shortly after this visit Carroll returned with paintings for us to display and we started talking about a featured show. That show will open on October 6. Included in the show will be landscapes from throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Carroll is a practicing attorney, but he finds himself at his easel almost everyday. His profession does not limit his commitment and time devoted to study, visits to museums and shows, talking with other artists and taking workshops. This is how he has become a quality artist with a talent for capturing the realism nature offers. The show includes changes of season and nocturnal settings.

Featured in March – New Work by Gallery Artists

Connector 9x12 on wood 3-2-2-16Beach House Cape May Point

March means it is time to welcome spring with new work by gallery artists. This month we will introduce the work of several new artists – Greg Challenger and Carroll Klingelhofer. Also included in the show are Leslie Belloso, Ed Challenger, Helene English, Fred Sprock, Christie Taylor and Nancy Richards West. The diversity of their work shows a range of painting styles and formats. The opening reception is First Friday, March 4 from 5 until 8.