Yes, at home in both places. Here's a glimpse of his Chadds Ford, PA studio, where he often paints, where other artists gather to work, and where lucky young people come for lessons.

Jerry Dowling is best known for his landscapes and village scenes from across Ireland as well as those that capture the lore and beauty of the Brandywine Valley. Stories emerge from out of every print and painting. They coax you back in time to places and a way of life that is long gone but worthy of being kept alive for new generations.
From the 60's on, he has studied with several local artists, with Jean Ryan of Newman College, Patrick Groff from County Mayo, and with his current longtime mentor, Karl Kuerner, who in turn was mentored by Andrew Wyeth. Irish-American artist Edmund Sullivan also influenced Jerry's art.

His work has received awards and praise at numerous juried and invitational shows and exhibitions. Currently, Jerry is a member of the Chester County Art Association and Brandywine Valley Artists' Guild.