Treat yourself to a midweek escape ... true relaxation is closer than you think.
Midweek Magic

In Just One night, you can truly escape.
Just One - One Night Midweek Escape

Celebrate with a little something extra!
Package Add-Ons

Love is in the air...take a break and retreat with that special someone.
Couple

On your Gourmand Getaway, prepare to be pampered in fine dining!
Gourmand Getaway

Reconnect for a girlfriend getaway at The Lodge at Woodloch
Girlfriend Getaways

What's the best way to honor one of the most significant relationships? Of course, a Mother-Daughter Spa Getaway to The Lodge at Woodloch.
Mother-Daughter Getaway

Take time to reconnect as a couple, or with a few of your pregnant girlfriends, and celebrate the new endeavor ahead.
Babymoon Escape

Relax and renew with our seasonal treatments - available for a limited time.
Seasonal Treatments

Rejuvenate your body and soothe your soul with a treatment inspired by a special Dogfish Head beer.
Beer Inspired Treatments

The Zen of Golf...add on a golf game to any package.
The Zen Of Golf

The Lodge at Woodloch offers a special spa services package, The Rosemary Renewal Club.
Rosemary Renewal Club

Relax in one of our luxury vehicles, while extending the enjoyment of your time away.
Door To Door Relaxation

Sometimes a "thank you" is not enough to show our gratitude. Active and retired military members and their spouses will receive a 10% discount
Token Of Gratitude

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.
 


Summer 2018 Featured Artists

Patricia Wilder

Alan Kehoe

We are thrilled that Patricia Wilder’s work is returning to grace the walls of The Lodge at Woodloch for our summer exhibit! This artist’s photographs, rare and precious, are created without any digital manipulation and are printed traditionally in a darkroom. Her work, featured in various publications, has been seen in multiple galleries in New York and Connecticut and selected for corporate and public spaces. Although her subject matter is intentionally non-specific to location, many of her photographs were taken during visits to Mexico where color is celebrated everywhere. The artist focuses on qualities of graphic design, on color relationships and compositional balance. She goes about her search as if on a treasure hunt. When she discovers an interesting subject, often on city walls, she zooms in on a certain section to document and creates fragments of images that evoke curiosity. The resulting photographs, from macro to micro, resonate with energy and harmony.

The artist, who studied photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology, and in workshops in Maine and Santa Fe, states: “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 convey 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.”
 

Ellen Hopkins Fountain

Nancy CampbellWe are excited to welcome back master watercolorist Ellen Hopkins Fountain to the Lodge at Woodloch for our summer 2018 show. Her dazzling and tranquil images evoke both drama and a harmonious mood that enhances the experience we seek for our guests. The artist, who has a BFA from Carnegie-Mellon University, has shown in galleries in Connecticut and throughout New York State, including a solo show at the Allen Sheppard Gallery in New York City. The artist often portrays the soft light of dawn and twilight. The Hudson landscape near her home never fails to move her, especially the vistas where the river is bordered by the Palisades--vertical cliffs of stone and vegetation. She says: “In painting, I use color to evoke a sense of time and place. Although I often use the Palisades and Hudson River as subject matter, I am more interested in expressing a mood rather than describing a particular place.”  The artist’s landscapes venture into abstraction and she revels in the ability of watercolor to go from “sheer translucent washes of color to thick deep darks, from whispered nuances to moonless-night blacks.”

Hopkins Fountain began her career as a scenic artist, working in film, television and theater in venues that ranged from The Santa Fe Opera to Sesame Street. In 1989, she began painting in watercolor. She recently won the Patricia Warfield Jinishian Award for Painting at the 'Art of the Northeast' (awarded by David Kiehl, curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art),as well as a Bronze Medal in Painting at the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Exhibition at Salmagundi Art Club in NYC.

 

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