Pelham Art Center Announces
New Exhibit, “Drawing the Line”

The Pelham Art Center has announced a new exhibit entitled, “Drawing the Line,” curated by Nancy Nikkal. The exhibition will take place from February 16 through April 2, with a public opening reception on February 16 from 6 to 8pm. 


Drawing the Line will include 8 artists who create abstract painting, drawing, collage, weaving and installation with lines, dots, circles, spirals, and grids. Media include paint, ink, graphite, wire, mesh, glass, mirrors, yarn, papers and even chenille pipe cleaners.


Featured artwork provided by: June Ahrens, Jennifer Cadoff, Louise Cadoux, Mia deBethune, Mary McFerran, Eileen Hoffman,  Roger Mudre and TB Ward

Nancy Egol Nikkal has been teaching the art of collage to adults for more than 30 years, including classes at the Pelham Art Center and exhibition-related collage workshops at William Paterson University (Wayne, NJ), the Newark Museum and the Morris Museum in NJ. Collage classes include demonstration, discussion and personal critique of works in progress.


Her current studio practice is painting with acrylic on canvas and collage with painted papers on canvas and panel. Her works are included in public, private, hotel and corporate collections throughout the United States, Canada, Japan, New Zealand and the Republic of Singapore.


She is a member of the Upstream Gallery in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, the Society of Layerists in Multi-Media (Albuquerque, NM) and the Silvermine Guild of Artists (New Canaan, CT). She writes about creativity, collage, class projects, art and artists at


See her works at


For further information, visit PAC is located at 151 Fifth Avenue, Pelham.