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Pennsylvania Activities

The Lodge at Woodloch is intimately aware of the beauty of nature that surrounds us.  Mother Nature provides an ever-changing muse for art and inspiration.  Together with Kiesendahl + Calhoun Fine Art, Ltd., comes a custom-curated art gallery hall featuring local, regional, and international artists that help magnify our philosophy of personal awakening.

Spring 2017 Featured Artists

Debra McGinniss

Debra McGinniss, born in Abington, Pennsylvania, lived in Philadelphia until after she graduated from University of Philadelphia with a Textile and Design De- gree. Her gallery shows include Syracuse NY, Cazenovia NY, and Philadelphia PA. After having been a textile designer in New York for 13 years, Debra helped create an artists’ consortium group in Cazenovia, NY. She has been giving pri- vate art lessons for a number of years, and has had numerous art gallery show- ings. As an artist in residence at the Lodge at Woodloch, her work and teaching is inspired by the beauty that surrounds her on the paths, woods and water here. Her “Organic Carrots” is her own artistic harvest taken from the Lodge’s farm yields. Bringing the outside inside, Debra shares her talents and joys of working with many guests and materials. She teaches mosaics, watercolor, pen and ink, pastels, and paper marbling. Debra believes in the healing power of her craft and her ability to instill a sense of harmony in others. She motivates her students to discover their hidden talents and to observe the world as shapes of color, dimen- sions of hues and diverse compositions. The artist calls on many different medi- ums to manipulate the surface of the canvas, always adding a twist to the nor- mal.

Patricia Wilder

The artist, who lives in upstate New York, studied photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology, and in workshops in Maine and Santa Fe. Her pho­tographs have been selected for various publications and have shown in multiple galleries in New York and Connecticut, in corporate and public spaces. However intentionally non-site specific her work is, the artist often finds inspiring subject mater in Latin countries such as Mexico where color is celebrated  everywhere. Wilder focuses on qualities of graphic design, color relationships and composi­tional balance. The result is universal images that resonate both energy and harmony. The artist states that: "Art is the expression of life's essences, and the commonplace is at the core of it all. Photography is the vehicle through which I try to capture my own experience of connection with the ordinary world, and con­ vey that experience to the viewer. Using simple abstract compositional forms and lines allows the image to best translate the essence of these subjects. I am committed to traditional photographic processes. All of my images are made from original slide transparencies, and printed in traditional darkroom chemistry on Fuji Crystal Archive photographic paper. The subjects in the images are shown as they were found, with no manipulation of elements or colors."

Summer 2017 Featured Artists

Kay King

The artist’s meaning and process can be found immersed in the quote by the Persian poet Rumi: “Let the beauty you love be what you do…”  Open to nature’s beauty, King feels all visual stimulation becomes a visceral entity. She finds her connection in painting. “Landscape, still life, the human face....all beautiful, all inspiring.” Her travels through the landscapes of France and Italy have embellished her source of inspiration.

After earning a degree in art education from Kutztown State College, King continued her graduate studies at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, Trenton State College in New Jersey, Maryland Institute, the Institute at San Miguel de Allende in Mexico and Florence Academy of Art in Florence Italy.  She has participated in juried exhibitions in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She has had several solo and group exhibitions throughout those states and in Maine. 
King’s landscapes dance with delight, color and light. They may also, like her painting of the Shadowed Passage above, evoke a mood of mystery. Through the play of lush dark and light greens, we are lured into this clay earthen pathway into the unknown. All King’s work explores beauty, contemplation and serenity, everything that the Lodge at Woodloch wants its guests to experience. 

Janine Dunn Wade

Dunn Wade’s exciting, broad swaths of color and light reverberate with a determination to create “emotionally charged pieces that speak with movement and color.” The artist emulates Matisse, who wanted to find possibilities "of expression beyond the literal copy”. The artist says: “…This is a struggle with huge swings of emotion. I am looking for a richness that goes deeper. I am releasing my own inner and personal response to the subject and the moment and the feelings of the entire experience of painting that flower and its surroundings on that particular day, at that particular moment, moving the paint in newer and deeper ways to elicit excitement and enjoyment.”  That is why the artist is fond of working two paintings at one time. Generally she will do small 6x6 which stays abbreviated and can unlock surprises and unexpected solutions or color notes. There is a flamboyant lyricism in this artist’s work. As she listens to Bach Flute Partitas while painting, she seems to translate that excitement onto her canvases. Wolf Kahn, another painter who inspires the artist said: "Art exits to celebrate, exalt, excite, and satisfy the demands of the visual. To make the human spirit soar." I work to allow the viewer that rare moment to relive and emotionally connect with a mo-ment and place in time.”

The artist, who has exhibited in galleries throughout Pennsylvania, resides in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She has a BFA from Villanova University and also studied art in Italy and Mexico.

Any questions or interest, please contact:
Kiesendahl+Calhoun Fine Art, Ltd.
914 325 5496 Nancy Bloch
914 844 6296 Camilla Calhoun