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. Camilla Fallon shows her work at scattered venues around NYC most recently at The Painting Center. In 2019 Camilla co-curated a show with Kylie Heidenheimer about fractured and fragmented space in contemporary painting entitled Incise, Echo and Repeat at the Abrazo gallery at the The Clemente Center on the Lower East Side in Manhattan.
Camilla has participated in group shows notably at the National Arts Club, Camilla has also exhibited with Renee Riccardo’s Arena Gallery in Surface 4 at Brooklyn Dermatology and the Wraparound Series. In the past Camilla was in group shows at The Michael David Gallery, Denise Bibro and the Kim Foster Gallery in Chelsea, a solo and group at The Synagogue For the Arts, the Barbara Ann Levy Gallery on Fire Island, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and other venues in New York City. Early in her career received many artist fellowships notably from Yaddo and the MacDowell Colony. In 2014, Camilla had a solo show at the University of South Carolina.
Camilla taught at the Parsons School of Design for several years in the 1990's.
Camilla lives in Manhattan and paints in her studio in the Bronx