Fallon Peper is an oil painter living and painting in Charleston, SC. She has studied in the US and Europe with several renowned artists that inspire her most. Her work hangs in various private collections throughout the states. She recently obtained her first cooperate collector: MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital in Charleston, SC. She is a member of the American Impressionist Society and American Women Artists. Fallon is the Founder and Program Director for Field & Flow, a plein air painting retreat, which brings together artists for oil instruction and community building. Fallon’s studio is located just north of Shem Creek in Mt Pleasant, a suburb of Charleston, but you can often find her painting by a Lowcountry marsh or beach where she is most inspired.
My ultimate goal is to capture the energy of my subject matter as it is felt in person. I believe that this energy is best expressed visually and that the most fascinating works of art transfer this energy to their audience.
I am inspired by light and color. I strive to create works of art with captivating contrasts in value and vibrant color combinations. My paintings currently consist of capturing coastalscapes and still life. Big cumulus clouds above a marsh or beach and florals next to some Charleston Farmers Market finds are like shrimp to my grits.
My focus remains making every brushstroke expressive and intentional. I live and create from my studio in Charleston, South Carolina and out en plein air wherever my heart's eye leads me.