Phil Knoll creates images of animals and humans with graphite drawings and water color paintings. His signature grid drawings are filled with nine to twelve images of expertly drawn characters with eyes confronting the viewer. Meticulous yet soft, his subjects come to life regardless of their size.
Knoll’s drawings are included in The Rothschild Contemporary Drawing Collection at the MOMA. He has also showed at the Palo Alto Museum of Art, the De Cordova Museum, the Walker Art Center, the Danforth Museum, and Carnegie Museum of Art. Philip Knoll lives and works in the Berkshires with his wife, the painter Sue Muskat and daughter Lanna.