Cheryl Molnar is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York, where she has lived and worked for the past thirteen years. Cheryl received a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from Pratt Institute. Her work has been exhibited across the U.S. including Smack Mellon in New York, The University of Arizona, The Islip Art Museum on Long Island and the General Electric Headquarters in CT. Cheryl recently participated in the winter workspace program at Wave Hill in Riverdale, NY and has held residencies at Smack Mellon, Weir Farm Art Center in Wilton, CT and Cooper Union. Notable collections featuring her work include Cantor Fitzgerald and Microsoft. 

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Sebastian Foster Gallery



New York Times

JUNE 16, 2017  Opinion | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

Keep America Wild


"Headquarters" was used to illustrate an op-ed story about the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument and Trump politics.

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Riverdale Press

Posted May 26, 2017

‘Unnatural Landscapes’ blends nature with manmade structures

Cheryl Molnar’s work, ‘Unnatural Landscapes,’ explores the intersection between the natural and built environment. Molnar spent months layering painted paper and photographs of natural landscapes with urban architectural fixtures.

By Tiffany Moustakas,62614



Brooklyn Paper

March 7, 2016 

Art appreciation: Exhibit keeps it real estate

Building up: Cheryl Molnar’s artwork documents the rapid-fire real estate devleopment in Williamsburg and Greenpoint, offering commentary on the pros and cons of the changes.

By Allegra Hobbs


Planet Magazine

May 14, 2010

Cheryl Molnar Layered Landscapes

By Nika Night

 Fascinated by the shifts and alterations constantly happening to the urban locales in which she lives, Molnar creates intricate, powerful collages that capture tenuous moments of architectural change.

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