About Charles F. Bofinger
CHARLES F. BOFINGER
"Every time I pause to look, I'm enriched by what I see."
Charles F. Bofinger found most of the inspiration for his paintings along the many miles of southern New Jersey's beaches and the back roads of his rural southeastern Pennsylvania home. He also created paintings depicting some of the most well-known historical sites in Philadelphia, including City Hall Tower, Logan Circle, View from the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, and Heart of the City. Those who appreciate his work love the simplicity of his compositions coupled with the exceptional detail of his renderings.
Charles was a graduate of Milton Hershey School. After US Navy service in the South Pacific, he returned for three years of study with Nina Scull, a world-renowned portrait artist. While continuing painting and printmaking, he found immense satisfaction as the creative head of Bofinger & Associates, a successful advertising and design agency located in Cheltenham, PA.