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

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

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

ONEderous One Night Weekend & Holiday Escapes
ONEderous One Night Escape

Give the Gift of Awakening and Receive a Gift Card for Yourself!
The Gift of Awakening

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

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

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.
 


Winter 2018 Featured Artists

Bill Teitsworth

Alan Kehoe

Bill Teitsworth and his wife, the artist Renee Emanuel, teach watercolor year-round at their studio in Moscow, Pennsylvania. They also teach annual workshops at Lacawac Sanctuary and in Rockland, Maine. Bill’s work has received more than 30 national awards and honors, including the Walser Greathouse Medal, the High Winds Medal, and the Silver Medal of Honor of the American Watercolor Society, the Milford Zornes Award from the National watercolor Society, and Best in Show, and both silver and bronze awards from the National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic. 

 
The artist states: “Even as a student I noticed that, while I was looking at swirls and skeins of paint on a flat surface, I was experiencing something else, something visceral, of light and atmosphere and time of day. My goal as a landscape painter was formulated in that moment, and remains pretty much unchanged to this day: to make my viewer feel, rather than think about, my subject and the light falling on my subject.”
 
In the image of fog lifting we find the rocky shore grounds us as something stable, yet almost alive. The light and movement between solid and liquid evokes a kind of transcendence in form that is actually happening here as we witness the water changing from liquid to gas. It is a shining transformation that the artist has captured so brilliantly. We hope the guests at the lodge will observe this artistic interplay and be transported by the experience. 
 

Paul Plumadore

Nancy CampbellUnthinkable, the title of Paul Plumadore’s fairy tale book of verse and surreal collage creations, is also a word that represents the creative imagination and multi-talents of an artist who has been working with collage since1975 when he was named “Upcoming Illustrator” by Art Direction Magazine. His collages from that time can be found on book jackets and record covers. By his early 20’s, Paul was on the faculty of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Dance Department, where he received his BFA. After performing with the Paul Taylor Dance Company and heading up the dance department at Sweet Briar College, he moved on to form his own company and his own choreography. Later he and his partner started Center44, an antiques mecca in Midtown New York City. They now live in a house they designed on the Delaware River in Milanville, Pa. 

 
Over decades Paul has created collages that reveal a sensibility of movement combined with a love of bygone eras. His series “The Motleys,” 50/50,” “Outside In,“ and “Cut Ups” are testaments to his wit, his imagination and his love of nature. Recently he has expanded his vision into the third dimension by creating shadowboxes utilizing antique paper and found objects. Paul says:  “For the past 30 years, I’ve been repurposing ephemera to create images that play with scale and content, disregard norms, and manifest the inner life of characters. If your mind is plunged into unknown territory and your imagination sparked with shock and humor, I feel I have succeeded.” The artist’s playful fragmentation of human forms in colorful costumes make us ponder history and the construction and deconstruction of identity. 
 
After his first gallery show in 2015 at the Alliance Gallery in Narrowsburg, NY, Paul was chosen to be in the 2015 Northeastern Biennial at Hope Horn Gallery at the University of Scranton where he was awarded a solo show at Scranton’s AFA Gallery. He has been included in The Art of the State show for the last three years held at The State Museum of PA in Harrisburg, and has shown at Ceres Gallery in NYC’s Chelsea art district. We are thrilled to introduce Paul’s unpredictable and delightful work for the second time to the guests at the Lodge at Woodloch. 
 
 

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