Falon Mihalic is an interdisciplinary artist based in Houston. Working across painting, sculpture, interactive public art, and landscape design, she uses color, light, and space to investigate the human connection to natural systems. Falon has a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the Rhode Island School of Design and a B.A. in Natural Sciences from New College of Florida. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and public spaces in Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Baltimore, Providence, and Boston. Her work has been supported by the Kaboom Foundation, the Houston Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs, the Houston Arts Alliance, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Center for Spatial Studies at Rice University.
Falon is a licensed landscape architect and founder at Falon Land Studio, a landscape architecture and public art firm.
Mauser Foundation for Art and Nature. Costa Rica. November 2019
Sojourn Houston. April-June 2016
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“Interactive and Immersive Art” Project Feature in CODA Worx Magazine. April 18, 2019
“A Map to the Music of the Place” by Zach Mortice, Landscape Architecture Magazine Online March 14, 2019
“You must experience the environmental wonder of Inuksuit” by Hannah Che, Houstonia Magazine February 13, 2019
“Gulfton Greens: Gulfton Park Master Plan” by Tim Schuler, Landscape Architecture Magazine September 2018
“The 5 must-haves Millennials look for when buying a home” Garden Design feature. Culture Map September 26, 2018
“the PINK sink by Falon Land Studio” World Landscape Architecture Magazine. June 2016
“Top Ten Arts Events- Artist Talk by Falon Mihalic”. Houston Chronicle. July 17 2015.
*CV and artist statement available upon request.