Dan Gheno is exhibiting in a group show at Central Park Fine Arts (211 West 57th Street) that opens on October 22 and continues through October 25, 2015. The show is co-curated by ASL-alum Yuka Imata.
Sherry Camhy has published “Paper Pushers: Getting the Most Out of Drawing Media” (PDF here) for the “Material World” column in the Fall 2015 issue of Drawing Magazine. Camhy incorporated fellow instructor Wendy Shalen’s pastel Washed Ashore IV to discuss the use of handmade paper in the article.
The Bernarducci Meisel Gallery (37 West 57th Street) opened the group show Cityscape Paintings: Part 1 on October 1. The show includes work by ten painters, including Robert Neffson, and continues through October 31, 2015. Neffon has a solo show at the gallery scheduled for next spring, April 7–30, 2016.
Feet, Hooves, Paws and Claws: Animals Who Walk the Earth with Us is an exhibition of two-dimensional work that opened October 1 at the First Presbyterian Church (12 West 12th Street, NYC). Six drawings by Susan Cirigliano appear in the group show of seven artists, organized by Art at First. In conjunction with the show is the Blessing of the Animals, scheduled for the evening of October 14, with an artists reception to follow. The exhibition continues through November 23, 2015.
For Ripening, a group show opening at Ripe Art Gallery (Huntington, NY), curator Jeffrey Allen Price combines the work of twelve LIU/Post MFA graduates and seven visiting artists, including Peter Reginato. The opening reception is October 17, from 5 to 8 pm, and the exhibition runs through November 7, 2015.