Camilla Fallon’s paintings explore the interplay between light, form and the body.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Camilla Fallon graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art, at-tended the Skowhegan School and is an M.F.A.graduate of the Yale University School of Art. where she studied with William Bailey and Bernard Chaet.
This year, Camilla had solo shows at La Guardia Community College and the Gilbert Gallery at Miss Porter’s School in Farmington, Ct. She has also shown at The Painting Center, Equity Gallery, The National Arts Club, and the Michael David Gallery in Bushwick. Other venues include a solo show at the University of South Carolina Aiken at the Etheridge Gallery in 2014 Well represented in both private and corporate she is included in collections including Yale University and Capital Crossing.
Early in her career she received several artist residency and fellowships notably from Yaddo and MacDowell and also completed residencies at VCCA, The Millay Colony, and the Vermont Center for the Arts.
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.