Philip J. Carroll has been painting professionally for over 26 years 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 oil painting for Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown, N.J. and for Mainline Art Center in Haverford, Pa. He 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.


 By Layla Cabrera




1984 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
1982-1983  University Of Pennsylvania, Study of Art History



2005  The Norman Webb Award – New Jersey water Color Society

2004, 2005  Perkins Center for the Arts – Jurors Selection Annual Water Color Exhibition, Awards

2001  Butler Institute of American Art – Jurors Mention 65th Annual Art Exhibition, Youngstown, OH

1996  Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Fellowship Purchase Award – Mary Butler Fund Woodmere Art Museum, Chestnut Hill, PA

1988  The Philadelphia Museum of Art Award – Cheltenham Art Center, Cheltenham, PA

1989  Courier Post Newspaper Purchase Award – City of Camden Art Exhibit, Camden, NJ

1984  3rd Annual City of Camden Art Exhibition – First Prize Watercolor, Camden, NJ

1983  J. Henry Scheidt Memorial Traveling Scholarship@ – Awarded by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Awarded for excellence in painting and sculpture

1982  The William Emlin Cresson Memorial Traveling Scholarship@ – Honorable Mention Awarded by Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts,

1982-1983  Painting Purchase Award – Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission, NJ



The Philadelphia Museum of Art



Morgan Lewis – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jackson National Life – Okemos, Michigan
Peco Energy, Exolon Corporation, Morton, Pennsylvania
McGraw Hill Companies – New York City
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts – Fellowship Collection
Mutual Benefit Corporation – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Price Waterhouse – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Stedman Art Gallery – Rutgers University, Camden, NJ
Owasso Corporation – Conshohocken, Pennsylvania
Brandt Haughey Penberthy Lewis & Hyland – Moorestown, NJ
Greenwich Hospital – Greenwich, Connecticut
Courier Post Newspaper – Pennsauken, NJ
Paparone Real Estate – Cherry Hill, NJ
Camden County Cultural Heritage Commission – Camden, NJ



July 2007  The Monmouth Museum, One Person  Exhibition

2005  The Noyes Museum Biennial Open,  Absecon, NJ

March 2003  The Morris Museum, The Art of Collecting Fine Art, Morristown, NJ

2001  Butler Institute of American Art, 65th Annual Art Exhibition, Youngstown, OH

Fall 1997  **PAFA 100th Annual Exhibition, Pa. Academy of Fine Arts Museum

1996-1997  PAFA 99th Annual Exhibition, Woodmere ArtMuseum, Chestnut Hill, PA

1993  **Museum NECCA, Brooklyn, Connecticut, AAR Group Exhibition

1992  Fellowship of the PAFA 94th Annual, Woodmere Art Museum & Galbreth Co., USX Tower, Pittsburgh, PA

1985**The Newark Museum 5th Biennial Exhibition of NJ Artists, Newark, NJ



2011  Warm Springs Gallery, Charlottesville, VA

March 2009  Deschamps Gallery, Lambertville, NJ

July 2007  The Monmouth Museum

March 2004-April 2004  Katz JCC, Cherry Hill, NJ

1999  3rd Street Gallery, Fiesta to Fire Hydrants, Philadelphia, PA

1998  Café Gallery, Conshohocken, PA

1988  Aart Vark Gallery, Philadelphia, PA



March 2000, 2001, 2002  3RD Street Gallery, New Works, Philadelphia, PA

1996  Roger Lapelle Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1993, 1994  Pisces Gallery, Woodstown, NJ

1988, 1989  Aart Vark Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

September 2012  Artists House Gallery, Philadelphia, Pa.,  Still Life Annual

September 2012  Medford Art Center, Medford new Jersey Group Exhibition

2009, 2010  Deschamps Gallery, Lambertville , NJ

September 2009, 2010  Artists House Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2009  Perkins Center for the Arts, Collingswood Gallery

March 2008  Artists House Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

December 2007, 2008  Fusion Gallery, Collingswood, NJ

2007, 2008  Deschamps Gallery, Lambertville , NJ

2007  Perkins Center For the Arts Collingswood Gallery, Pink Exhibit

2003, 2004, 2005  ADM Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1997, 1999, 2000  3rd Street Gallery, Small Works, Philadelphia, PA

1985, 1987, 1997  Pennsylvania Academy of  Fine Arts,  Philadelphia, PA

November 1997  Gloucester County College, Gloucester, NJ

1997  Foundry Gallery, Washington, D.C.

1987, 1992, 1994  Stedman Art Gallery, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ

1993  Gallery Julian, Alexandria, VA

1993, 1994  Pisces Gallery, Woodstown, NJ

1991-1992  Gallery Nadeau, Philadelphia, PA

1992**  Aljira Fine Art Auction and Exhibition, Newark, NJ

1992  Pavilion Gallery, Mt. Holly, NJ

1990, 1992  Pleiades Gallery, NYC

1988, 1989**  S.N.A.J. Group Exhibition, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ

1988, 1955  Cheltenham Center for the Arts, Cheltenham, PA

1987**  Philadelphia Art Show, Adams Mark Hotel, Philadelphia, PA

1986  Rice Fine Arts, Philadelphia,  PA

1985**  The Newark Museum, NJ

1985, 1986  Woodmere Art Museum, Chestnut Hill, PA

1985**  Holly Bush Festival, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ

1989*  Southern Exposure, S.N.J.A. Arts Annual, Juror Mark Rosenthal



South Jersey Cultural Alliance and The New Jersey State Council for the Arts
“How to Make a Living as an Artist”, Carnegie Library Atlantic City New Jersey
2006,2007, 2008,2009
Monmouth Museum of Art, 2007


Newspaper/Magazine Coverage

Courier Post Newspaper July 14 2009
Perkins Center for the Arts As Acting Curator
“Emerging Artists Receive Chance to Shine At center” section 5B
American Art Review June 2009 pg 60, Deschamps Gallery, Lambertville
New York Times, “Lambertville on the Delaware”, March 26, 2009
Courier Post, Serving South Jersey*
This Week, Front Cover, 1997
ArtCalendar, Front Cover, 1997
Today’s Sunbeam, Salem County, NJ
Gallery Guide, Philadelphia, PA
ART NOW Gallery Guide
Philadelphia City Paper, PA
Art Matters, Volume 9
Art Times Magazine
Greenwich Times, CT *


  1. July 3, 2021

    I just saw your paintings at the Perkins center in Moorestown. You do Jersey proud with it. I didnt know you before we chatted and now seeing this whole portfolio of work gee Vox shouldn’t have encouraged me to talk to you. But he did and maybe it was best no affectation and no putting on airs. Thank you for the art it is beyond beautiful.

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