Fine Art photographer Kathy Fallon, a professional musician and retired music educator, has spent newly found time in her post-teaching career to rekindle her longtime interest in photography.
Her original passion in photography – all things of the sea – has evolved and matured into an eclectic mix of subject matter and styles. These range from seascapes to landscapes, color to monochrome, still life, fine art portraiture, head shots, architectural photography, website, on location and event photography. Her latest passion is a foray into the world of conceptual art, in which she creates both realism and surrealism. A lifelong resident of Scranton, Pennsylvania, Kathy has done both solo and group shows in the area. She is also available for assignment.
Kathy has published a book – “A COASTAL JOURNEY” . It is a fine art coffee table book of her photography which features images of the sea and coastlands from Cape May and the Wildwoods in southern New Jersey, and the Outer Banks of North Carolina. For more about the book, visit the “A Coastal Journey” page on this website.
Her Conceptual piece “The Journey” won First place in the 2017 Waverly Small Works Gallery Annual Juried Art Show.
She has three pieces entered in the same show for 2018. Results not yet determined.
Kathy has had several shows in 2018. They include the above mentioned Waverly Small Works Gallery in Waverly, PA.,, The Chamber Gallery in Carbondale, PA., The Monastery Gallery in West Hartford, CT.
She also had a successful month long appearance at The Mad Batter in Cape May, NJ.
One of the more unexpected happenings of 2018 was that Kathy designed the label artwork for a series of nationally distributed water / juices. It is called AYVO, and will be available on Amazon in December.
Kathy’s fine art work is featured in several professional offices in the greater Scranton area, including law offices and a large representation at the Professional Orthopedic Associates Center in Scranton. Her work was installed in the corridors and upgrade suites of all 7 floors at the Hotel at Mohegan Sun Casino, Wilkes Barre, Pa., which opened in November, 2013. In December 2014, she had a solo installation in the newly designed Client Center of the Prudential Offices in Moosic, Pa.
She continues to do extensive work for the University of Scranton, and her photos appear prominently in their performance brochures, in The Scranton Times newspaper, and in their published magazine, IGNITE.
Kathy has expanded her portraiture gallery to include head shots of famous, as well as up-and-coming musicians. Some of the musicians included in her portfolio are internationally renowned jazz artist Wycliffe Gordon, legendary trumpeter Mark Gould, the newest member of the famed Canadian Brass, Caleb Hudson ( one of Kathy’s pictures of him can be seen on the main Canadian Brass website ), The New York Trumpet Ensemble, the up and coming Joe Boga and Kyle Athayde, jazz notables Aaron Diehl, Marcus Printep, Ted Nash, and Victor Goines, renowned tap dancer Savion Glover, as well as master composer/arranger Sammy Nestico.
One area in which Kathy takes pride is that of her photographs of Scranton. These include Scranton’s colorful Italian Festival, as well as local landmarks including the Electric City sign, Lackawanna Station and the Penn Paper Building. Many of these are also known to viewers of The Office.
Kathy truly wants to thank Bill Weber for his support in launching her photography career. He has tirelessly driven her to any and every location, and patiently waits while she takes all the shots she desires. Without him there would be no pictures…………..
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