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

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

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

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

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

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 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.
 


Winter 2017-2018 Featured Artists

Alan Kehoe

Alan Kehoe

Individual works of Alan Kehoe have been included in local venues, but this is his first major exhibit. We are thrilled to be premiering over thirty pieces of his exquisite photography for our winter show at the Lodge. A number of the images were taken here, as Woodloch Winter Chat, with a wintery glimpse of our lakeside Adirondack chairs in conversation, as well as his image of our woodside hammock laden with snow. Alan’s life and work embody Buddhist sensibilities. Here is a quote he shared from The Evening Gatha, chanted in Zen Monasteries at days end.

”Let me respectfully remind you,
Life and death are of supreme importance.
Time swiftly passes by and opportunity is lost.
Each of us should strive to awaken. . . . . . awaken!
Take heed. Do not squander your life.”

About his photography, Alan states: “I am drawn to both abstract graphic strengths and subtleties which reveal the ineffable. For me, what all good art does is to help move the viewer towards this seeing and hearing and sensing. Photography has helped me to uncover this intimate way of seeing what is right there - to really look carefully and then do so through a lens and with photographic intention. Since I began taking photography more seriously in the past ten years, this seeing has evolved and continues to find its own way. Images that I may initially write off often reveal new vitality and interest over time. Everything changes.” The artist has been coming to his weekend home in Hawley, Pennsylvania from Manhattan for just over twenty years with his life mate, Tom Colbert, an established fine art painter who has also shown here at the Lodge. Alan continues to work as a semi-retired private chef/caterer and is active in designing and lighting for local theater and in historical renovation.

Nancy Campbell

Nancy CampbellStanding before a lush painting like “ “ we enter a colorful, vivid world, experiencing the thickness of snow, the snap of cold and the smell of clear winter air before the plow will eventually venture out and disturb the snow-buffered silence. The artist, who works in watercolor, oils and experiments with monotype printing, considers
herself to be primarily a landscape painter, influenced by the Catskill range, in particular Overlook Mountain that is the backdrop to her daily life. She has always been attracted to portraying her surroundings, whether the village streets of Saugerties and
the mountain that surrounds her or, returning to her Italian roots, the hills and valleys of Lazio where she conducts a yearly landscape painting workshop. During the early 1980s she studied watercolor with Staats Fasoldt at the Woodstock School of Art, and says: “it was during that time that the long process/challenge of learning to simplify painting began. In the early 90s, while living in Europe with my family, I discovered the "Nabis"...Bonnard, Vuilliard, Denis and was struck by the oil painting bug, and have never turned back.” She adds: “One of the most consistent voices in my head when I paint has been our son, Jon, who always reminds me to "stop!" That's the elusive key to good painting, to know when one is finished.” Nancy has served as Executive Director and on the Board of Directors for the Woodstock School of Art and is an active member of the Woodstock Artists Association and Museum, where she received an award of excellence for landscape painting. She has participated in residencies in Ireland and created the painting workshop in Ciociaria, Italy, in 2012. Nancy has been in selected solo and group exhibits from New York City to Ulster County to California. Born in Brooklyn, she has lived many years in Saugerties with her husband Michael. They have three adult sons.

 

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