Randall Stoltzfus is a painter who creates ominous yet majestic paintings of landscapes by using layers upon layers of oil enhancing the ephemeral qualities of the material and adding another element to his pieces. Stoltzfus holds a B.A from the University of Virginia and a M.F.A from the American University.
His work has been shown internationally, including solo exhibitions in New York, Virginia, and in Italy, where he was an artist in residence at an active insane asylum. His work is in several public collections, including the Centro Pari Opportunitá (Palazzo Penna, Perugia, Italy), Alliance Bernstein (New York, NY), and the DC Council on the Arts and Humanities (Washington, DC) as well as numerous private collections. His work has also been reproduced in a variety of books, magazines and newspaper articles.
Stoltzfus lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.