Caroline Stella – Guest Artist at Khan Studio and the Good Morning Gloucester Gallery

Caroline Stella, a retired teacher who lives on the North Shore, has turned her lifetime hobby into a passion. Her photographic interests are varied, but her travel experiences dominate her work.
Caroline is an active member of the Winthrop Arts Association and the Lynn Photographic Association. Her work is on display throughout the North Shore: Lynn Arts Gallery, Grosvenor Park Gallery in Swampscott, Union Hospital in Lynn, at Sisters We Three in Newburyport, and now at Khan Studio and the Good Morning Gloucester Gallery on Rocky Neck in Gloucester. Photography by Caroline can be found at numerous artisans’  festivals throughout the year. Images by Caroline have also adorned the walls at Café Paolina in Swampscott, Mario’s Bar and Grille in Everett, and presently at J. Pace and Son in Saugus. 
Caroline’s love of photography dates back to her preteen years when film cameras were the rage and everyone had an “Instamatic.”
Come by and see Caroline’s exhibit at Khan’s Studio and the Good Morning Gloucester Gallery at 77 Rocky Neck August 5 thru August 18.
Opening  Reception: August 9 from 4-7 PM

E.J. Lefavour

10 thoughts on “Caroline Stella – Guest Artist at Khan Studio and the Good Morning Gloucester Gallery

  1. Hey Paul, someone came into the gallery last night and anonymously signed the guest book “Paul Frontiero is really hot!” Any idea who that might have been – one of your groupie fan club?


  2. Caroline’s exhibit is beautiful. Everyone needs to come in and see her work. And remember, her opening reception is Tuesday from 4:00-7:00.


  3. EJ,
    I am so excited to be exhibiting at your gallery. Thank you for the opportunity.
    I had a fantastic first day in Rocky Neck. I was made to feel very much at home in the beautiful artists’ colony. Thank you for all of your help and recommendations in setting up my exhibit It was greatly appreciated.


    1. Hi Ruth, So good to hear from you. Yes, I agree 100% . . . all the wonderful folks at Rocky Neck are like an extended family. They have been so welcoming. Hope to see you soon.



  4. Carol,
    Wonderful pictures! You have an eye for composition. It’s always been a pleasure to travel with you and see scenes from your perspective. Last weekend I watched your interview and wanted to ask you to post the link for your artwork.


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