LEWISBURG, (Pa.)—Packwood House Museum will host one-day show featuring the photography of Cheryl Fallon and the paintings of Jody Fallon in the museum’s Kelly Gallery, at 15 North Water Street, Lewisburg. The show will open at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 12, and run through 8 p.m., with an artist’s reception from 5-8. Both the show and the reception are free and open to the public.
Known for his haunting figurative work and dark landscapes, Jody Fallon is a self-taught contemporary artist who works in oil, watercolor, pastel, and pencil. A native of central Pennsylvania, Jody grew up exploring the dark fields, hills and mountains near his childhood home, ever yearning for a way to express the feelings of wonder, fascination and solitude that he had discovered. His work has been exhibited extensively in galleries throughout Pennsylvania, including five solo exhibitions at the Packwood House Museum. His paintings are in numerous private collections across the United States, including New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C. and Hawaii.
Cheryl Fallon is a self-taught photographic artist based in scenic central Pennsylvania. At a young age she developed a fascination for the world of the camera and was particularly drawn to black and white film. It wasn’t until she met her future husband, Jody, that she embraced her true passion for photography. Befriending artists such as Ron Wing, Ellie and Frank Frazetta and seeing the work of Paul Lehr, she realized that her dream could be a reality. Cheryl has exhibited throughout Pennsylvania and most recently in New York City and London. Her work is held in numerous private collections throughout the United States and in Great Britain, Canada, and Australia. All of her work is available online atwww.cherylfallonphoto.com.
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