Scot Dolby Featured in November

Our original calendar for 2020 has Scot Dolby as our featured artist in November and that is happening! Scot’s first featured show was in November 2008, five months after he retired from teaching. Now 9 months into the COVID pandemic, we are pleased to show his recent work, Quarantine: Creeks, Cedars, and Seas, as his seventh show. Although Scot is often inspired by his travels, the subjects for this show are close by. He is known for his deep foregrounds of fields, marshes and seascapes with palettes that change with the season. We always look forward to his mixed media paintings done on cigar box tops. So far this show has several shown below.

Scot will introduce this show on Thursday, November 5, with a Facebook Live post at 7 pm. Use this link to get to Facebook Live. Express your interest in the event and you will get a reminder. To get ready for the live post be sure to review Scot’s paintings in Facebook Albums. Use this link. The paintings will also be shown on Bishop’s Stock. Anyone interested in any of the work may send a Facebook message or email

Bishop’s Stock will reopen Friday, November 13. The following week and through the holidays we will be open Thursday through Saturday from 11 to 5. Doug Fisher will be here carving on Fridays and Saturdays. Masks are required with no more than 6 visitors at a time and social distancing must be practiced. On entering the gallery, we ask that you sanitize your hands just to the right of the doors. We will be closed Thanksgiving Day.

July Featured Artist – Maurice Sevigny

To bring summer colors to Bishop’s Stock we are featuring paintings and jewelry by Maurice Sevigny in July. Maurice is retired from his distinguished career in fine arts education (The University of Arizona, University of Texas at Austin, Bowling Green University and Western Kentucky University) but retirement has given him more time to maintain his active visual arts and jewelry studios in both Tucson, Arizona (November to June) and at his summer/fall residence in Salisbury. Travel inspires his work. He is known for his very colorful mixed media adaptations of figurative and landscape images. His art inspires his “one-of-a-kind” jewelry designs that mix beading materials from multiple cultures. At the opening on July 6, Maurice will have a lovely selection of his unique designs as he will on Saturday, July 21 as our Artist-in-Residence. Our First Friday reception is from 5 until 8 with tastings of wine from South Africa. Check Maurice’s website to find out more about his work in fine arts.

Opening Reception and Wine Tasting for “Winter Abstracts”


Each February Bishop’s Stock’s walls pop with color and energy with Winter Abstracts. Come visit with exhibiting artists and taste wines from California and France.

October Artist-in-Residence – Scot Dolby

photo of Scot Dolby

Come visit with Scot Dolby, our October Artist in Residence. Scot will be our featured artist in November so get a preview of what he will show.

August Artist-in-Residence – Maurice Sevigny

Tibet accents with coral

Painter and jewelry designer, Maurice Sevigny, will be in the gallery with his unique collection of necklaces. Recently settled in a new studio, Sevigny may have new paintings to share. The gallery will offer a 10% discount on purchases of his work.

Winter Abstracts Featured in February

Marsh Abstraction 30x30

February is the perfect time to welcome colorful, bright paintings for our annual show of Winter Abstracts. The positive effect this change of media and painting styles is the perfect cure for cabin fever. This year’s show represents work by gallery artists who use watercolor, oil, acrylic and mixed media to create mostly large paintings. Some works suggest imagery while others are totally non-objective. So far artists included in the show are Petra Bernstein, John Cleary, Abbi Custis, Kathy Daywalt, Scot Dolby, Angela Herbert-Hodges, Anne Holland, Nancy Mysak, and Aina Nergarrd-Nammack.


Opening Reception for Scot Dolby

Oil by Scot DolbyScot Dolby – November’s Featured Artist

The title of Scot Dolby’s show is “Things I Know, and You Can, Too!” This new work celebrates what Scot enjoys in life – riding the roads and fly fishing. The opening reception is November 7 from 5 to 8. We will be tasting Santa Carolina wines from Chile.

Scot Dolby Featured in November

Oil by Scot Dolby

                                 Scot Dolby

“Things I Know, and You Can, Too!”  is the title for Scot Dolby’s show in November. As you can guess, Scot has focused his latest work on what he enjoys and appreciates in life – exploring back roads and fly fishing. With this new work he takes you on his journey with his contemporary style that combines elements of modernism with traditional subjects.Check to learn more about what inspires his work. Scot will be the November Artist-in-Residence on Saturday, November 15 from 11 to 6.

Opening Reception for Maurice Sevigny – August Featured Artist

painting of poppy field by Maurice SevignyOpening Reception for Maurice Sevigny – August Featured Artist

Come meet Maurice Sevigny and see his paintings and his lovely jewelry. This talented artist is all about color combining acrylics for his paintings and unusual materials in his necklaces.

July Artist-in-Residence – Jan Crooker

Testing by Jan Crooker featured at Bishop's StockJuly Artist-in-Residence – Jan Crooker

Come visit with Jan Crooker and learn more about what has inspired her artistic expression. She will offer insight into her creative process used in her show “images of Summer Light.”