Camilla Fallon’s paintings explore the interplay between light, form and my body. Working with the body this way I create unpredictable shapes and spaces. It allows for a different kind of exploration into the interplay between light, forms and emotive content.


   Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Camilla Fallon graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art, attended the Skowhegan School and is an M.F.A. graduate of the Yale University School of Art. The artist has participated in shows at at the Hill-Stead Museum, Five Points Gallery in Torrington Ct., The Painting Center, Equity Gallery, The National Arts Club, Denise Bibro Gallery, the Kim Foster Gallery, and others in NYC as well as the Michael David Gallery, Green Gallery, and the Wiliamsburg Art and Historical Center in Brooklyn, the Arthur M. Berger Gallery at Manhattanville College and the Stadtische Galerie in Regensberg Germany. Represented in both private and corporate, she is included in collections including Yale University and Capital Crossing. Camilla received several artist residency and fellowships notably from Yaddo and MacDowell, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the Millay Colony. Last year, Camilla had solo shows at La Guardia Community College in Long Island City, NY and the Gilbert Gallery at Miss Porter’s School in Farmington, Ct. and in 2014 at the University of South Carolina at Etheridge. In 2019 Camilla co curated a show at the Abrazo Gallery at the Clemente on the Lower East Side called “Incise Echo and Repeat”Center Camilla’s writing has appeared in Painters on Paintings, Hyperallergic and New Observations magazine. 


A long time resident of NYC, Camilla recently relocated to Sharon Connecticut where she lives and works.