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

ONEderous One Night Weekend & Holiday Escapes
ONEderous One Night Escape

The Wellness Reboot will give you the tools and boost that you need to find wellness within you daily routine.
Wellness Reboot

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

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

Stay 5 or more nights, receive a complimentary night during your stay*
Extended Break

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, police and firemen and their spouses will receive a 10% discount
Token Of Gratitude

Celebrate with a little something extra!
Package Add-Ons

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

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

Custom Art Gallery From Our Featured Artists

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 2019 Featured Artists

Dawn Watson

Alan KehoeAfter twenty-five years as a dancer and choreographer, Watson shifted her artistic focus to photography where she explores space, light, dynamics and storytelling. A hunter-gatherer of images and creator of still life that hearkens back to the work of Dutch masters, the artist considers photography her moving mantra. Nature serves as her muse, her subject of concern, a source of solace and healing. “Black Star” belongs to Message from Grace: Imaginings of an Altered World, a body of work which is the artist’s intuitive response to NASA’s GRACE satellite missions. This series examines altered reality through inverted, surreal landscapes, as in this horizon’s rim where the sun turns black. Her work is a kind of foreboding alarm signal, beckoning us to pay attention. Watson also has us ambling through a community of trees in both book and scroll forms. Hundred year old trees, part of her Witness series, invite us to honor and remember. This work ironically becomes a lament, as this swath of New Hampshire trees were destroyed in a freak 2016 storm shortly after she captured their beauty.
A resident of Hastings on Hudson, NY,  Watson has studied at the Maine Media Workshop, International Center of Photography and Santa Fe Workshop. Her work has been featured online and in print, including in Lenscratch and The Hand magazine. She has won many awards and exhibited her photographs and artist books throughout the United States and Europe, including the Albrecht-Kemper Museum, A Smith Gallery, Center for Fine Art Photography, PhotoPlace Gallery, Ph21 Gallery, Tilt Gallery, Tang Teaching Museum, and most recently in Barcelona Spain. She participated in solo exhibitions at The Griffin Museum of Photography at Greater Boston Stage Company, the Los Angeles Center for Photography and Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts. Showing with us for the second time, you can also find her impressionistic lake images that permanently grace the spa’s Whisper and Gathering Lounges.

 

Kate McGloughlin

Tom ColbertWe are honored to be working again with this luminous artist who explores the dualities of nature and takes us to a place of wonder. Through expressive brushstrokes Kate McGloughlin captures the complexities of form, light and color. Her Ashokan Reservoir paintings and prints, both joyful and elegiac, sometimes serene, sometimes moody, unveil a spiritual connection to the present and the past. The observer, if aware of the history of that reservoir, can sense what once lay beneath that water, a fertile farm valley and homesteads flooded over a hundred years ago to supply New York City with drinking water. 
Stepping back to witness “Storm Surf” and many of her Monhegan Island paintings, we experience both quiet and explosive energy in the portrayal of an instant that seems alive, unfolding in real time before us. Her plein air paintings, like the image above, reveal a striking dynamism of moving, tumultuous water crashing against solid, unmoving Maine cliffs. Be it the Ashokan Reservoir near her home, the cliffs of Monhegan or the landscapes of Italy, Mexico or Ireland, the artist’s reverence for land and water begs us to pay attention.

McGloughlin received a BFA from the University of Arizona at Tucson in 1985. Inspired by her mentor Robert Angeloch, she began printmaking in 1991 at the Woodstock School of Art, close to her ancestral home. The school has been her art home ever since. She has been a long term director, president and continues there as a treasured instructor, holding ongoing workshops in painting and printmaking, engaging and inspiring legions of artists. McGloughlin has held destination arts workshops in Oaxaca, Mexico, in Italy and in South Africa. Her work is in permanent collections, including the Samuel Dorsky Museum. She has exhibited with us, Kiesendahl+Calhoun, three times in our Beacon, New York gallery; she has exhibited in Woodstock, Kingston, in New Jersey, Vermont, Maine, Texas, California and Ireland. Honored by awards too numerous to list here, she has also been featured in numerous monographs and publications. She reaps a great benefit from having earned artist residencies in the Catskill Mountains, in Providence, Rhode Island and in County Kerry in Ireland. The Lodge at Woodloch aspires to inspire contemplation. This artist is a profound guide for that purpose.

 

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