In an article written for the Western Morning News (May 5,1972), Frank RUHRMUND writes:
'An exhibition of paintings and sculpture by Conor Fallon is now being held in the one-man showroom of the Newlyn Art Gallery. A painter whose work has impressed in mixed exhibitions in recent years, this is his first individual show there and possibly his last, unfortunately, as he is shortly returning, I understand, to his native Ireland. He will be missed, for he is a painter with a very personal style and vision...He is a painter with ideas and courage; he demonstrates his versatility and puts himself at risk by including four Maquettes for Owls, a series of plasters for bronzes; hollow-eyed, white, yellow and orange, they are a delight...' (reprinted in Hardie (1995, p135)
He was married to the painter Nancy WYNNE JONES.
works and access
NSA 1972-3 list
misc further info
Information from correspondent (2011).
Hardie (1995) 100 Years in Newlyn, Diary of a Gallery
McLeod, Alister J (1973) Newlyn Society of Artists 1895-1973 (NAG 12 page brochure)