Jody Fallon is a self-taught painter working in most mediums with a concentration in oils. Having had no formal art training, Fallon developed his unique passionate style through countless hours studying the original works of Paul Lehr, Frank Frazetta, Stephen Bagnell, and Ron Wing. A native of rural Pennsylvania, he feels most comfortable painting landscapes and dark figurative works. Most of Fallon's work is created from his imagination. conveying the feelings of desolation and desperation of his personal surroundings. Jody's work has been exhibited extensively in galleries throughout Pennsylvania including ten solo exhibitions at the Packwood House Museum in Lewisburg, PA and group exhibitions at The Chadds Ford Gallery in Chadds Ford, PA. He has exhibited in several solo and group exhibits at galleries in NYC, including Rogue Space, Chelsea 32 Gallery and Windows Gallery. He has been a main show artist at IX. His original paintings are in private collections throughout the United States. He lives and works in scenic central Pennsylvania.