I have painted continuously for the last 35 years in a wide variety of styles and mediums. My primary focus has been abstract work of a constructivist nature, exploring color, symmetries and spatial illusion.

When I paint, the medium is the message; the form is just the container for the process. The individual paintings, though appearing precious, become less important than the painting that is my current focus; what I think of as the “painting performance.” That performance has a seductiveness that keeps me coming back for more.

I am currently focused on manipulating acrylic, inks, watercolor, and spray techniques to explore color, patterns, texture, and surfaces. I am also experimenting with scale and modular paintings. — John T. Fallon III

Atlanta College of Art, BFA 1977
Art Institute of Chicago, MFA (Painting) 1979

City-Wide Open Studios,New Haven, CT  2002-2016
Group Show, April 2016 Limner Gallery, Hudson, NY
Juried Group Show, May 2011 Guilford Art Center, Guilford, CT
Group Show, ALL Gallery, 2003, New Haven
Group Shows, One-Person Shows, 1978-1979, Chicago