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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.

Autumn 2017 Featured Artists

Stephen Geldman

We are thrilled to have Stephen Geldman join us for his third exhibit here at the Lodge at Woodloch. Please also note Stephen’s beautiful painting that permanently flanks the main Lodge fireplace.The artist, who has a BA in art from Cal State Los Angeles, and a MA from UC Irvine, was influenced early on by the feminist artist Judy Chicago, the painter Peter Krasnow and the sculptors Peter Alexander and Masami Teraoka, who showed with him at Space Gallery. Geldman participated in many west coast gal-lery exhibits. In 1980 he won the prestigious Rome Prize Fellowship in the annual competition and was chosen by Robert Motherwell to spend a year at the American Academy in Rome. In 2009 he had a solo show at the Philip Alan Gallery in the East Village of New York City. The artist lives there and along the Lackawaxen River, a loca-tion near the Lodge that serves as inspiration for his work.
 “In the afternoon the sun starts down and reflects light across the Lackawaxen River, backlighting the trees around the house with an amazing glow. I have lived with this light for 25 years and it seeped into my paintings. The beauty of this landscape amazes me every day.”  
 The artist recently went to visit friends in Bali for three weeks.Various works here tell a tale of elation that he experienced in that environment. Geldman’s interchange of undulating light, form and color draw us into his personal landscape. Whether painting on the Lackawaxen River or in Bali, Geldman creates engaging work that scintillates.


John Back

Born in Wisconsin, the photographer has a BS in Art from the University of Wisconsin and a MFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design. He has lived and worked in the New York City area since 1980 and currently lives in Barryville, New York, while still maintaining a photography studio in Greenwich Village. John has had solo exhibitions at the Perimeter Gallery, Chicago IL, at J. Walter Thompson, NYC, Bur-lington College, Pemberton NJ 1982, The Madison Art Center, Madison WI and a 2-person Exhibition at DVAA Narrowsburg, New York.

Commercially the artist has photographed primarily Fine Art, Architecture and Design related objects. Among his clients were Pace MacGill, Pace prints, Chuck Close, Alfred Leslie, and the architects Haines Lundberg Whaehler, Beyer Blinder Bell, and NextDes. The artist is included in public collections at The Center For Creative Photog-raphy; Tucson,AZ.: Bibliotechque Nationale; Paris,France: George Eastman House; Rochester, NY and the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art; Madison, Wi.

Two of John Back’s series are included here at the Lodge exhibit: variations of “Sticks & Leaves” and the “Fringe” series. Standing outside the artist’s studio we witnessed one of John’s favorite subjects, the stunning native Fringe tree, with lovely soft fronds lilting before us. Examining John’s work one understands that he observes, explores and reflects on the intricacies of the transformation of that tree in every angle and eve-ry season. We are excited to bring his vision here to the Lodge.


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