The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA


April 11, 2014

Jody Fallon — 10 years later

Artist’s reception is 5-8 p.m. Saturday; free and open to the public

LEWISBURG — The Packwood House Museum will present an exhibition of the recent work of local artist Jody Fallon to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of his first solo exhibition which took place at Robert Lack Architecture and Design during the 2003 Lewisburg Stroll through the Arts. 

The exhibit will be held in the museum’s Kelly Gallery, 15 N. Water St., Lewisburg.

Over the course of the last decade, Fallon has shown his work extensively throughout Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware. He has participated in numerous group shows alongside nationally and internationally known artists Rick Berry, John Wellington, Sara Conca, Jeffery Martin, Gerald Scheck and Ronald Wing. Additionally, Fallon was one of the first artists to have a solo show in New York City’s controversial Windows Gallery. He is the founder of the Central Pennsylvania Low Brow Art Association, an original founding member of the Frazetta Round Table and owner of Pariah Fine Art in Lancaster’s Gallery Row neighborhood.

As the first artist in 22 years to host a solo exhibition of his work in the Packwood’s Kelly Gallery since David Armstrong, Fallon opened the door for other artists such as Jim Reid, David Seybold, Paula Swett, Diana Lehr and the North Mountain Art League to show in the space. Fallon has exhibited his work annually at the Packwood House Museum since April of 2005. In all, he has presented nine shows at the museum including three invitational group shows which included the works of Jef McGreevy, national chainsaw artist Brian “Ackmonster” Ackley, Mary Ellen Minnier, Cheryl Fallon and Wesley Bulla. He is currently represented by the prestigious Chadds Ford Gallery in Chadds Ford, Pa., and The Amandeline Gallery in Rehoboth Beach, Del. 

This year’s show will feature more than 30 pieces of work and will be on display during normal museum hours Friday and Saturday with an artist’s reception on Saturday from 5-8 p.m.  The reception is free and open to the public.

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