Jerry Weiss is currently exhibiting paintings in two group shows at Connecticut galleries. Local Color at the Cooley Gallery in Old Lyme continues through November 7, 2015. The second show, at Cooper & Smith Gallery, in Essex, includes five paintings by Weiss as well as work by several in the gallery’s stable of artists and will be up for the next several months.
Richard Pantell: American Icons is the artist’s first exhibition of paintings in the Woodstock area since 1998. An opening reception for the show, which opened September 26, is scheduled for Saturday, October 3, 4–7 p.m., at Bearsville Graphics/Karrick Fine Art (68 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY). The exhibition continues through October 26, 2015.
Sherry Camhy’s installation Another Time, Another Place is part of the Katonah Museum Artist Association Members juried exhibition, Time and Place, which opens at the Hammond Museum (North Salem, MA), on September 16. The show includes work by thirty-three artists selected by independent curator Sarah Corona and continues through October 17, 2015.
Ellen Eagle’s Portrait of the Young Artist Marela Alvarez has been awarded the Pastel Journal Award at the Pastel Society of America’s 2015 Enduring Brilliance Exhibition, which continues at the National Arts Club (15 Gramercy Park South) through September 26, 2015. Richard Halstead, a Chicago-based artist, has written an insightful post about Eagle’s pastels, “The Quite Power of Ellen Eagle,”on his blog for the Halstead School of Portrait and Figure Art.
A three-person family exhibition opened at Sideshow Gallery (Williamsburg, Brooklyn) on September 12. Featuring the work of Mary Sinclair and two of her sons, Richard and Peter Barnet, the show includes over forty works. Continues through October 17, 2015.