• Drawing the Line Exhibit at Pelham Art Center

    February 16-April 2, 2023 DRAWING the LINE at the Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY. Curated by Nancy Egol Nikkal.

    The exhibition will include 8 artists – McFerran and 7 other visual artists who create two-dimensional and three-dimensional contemporary drawings with traditional and mixed media.

  • Art of Collage blog article about my work

    Art of Collage blog article about my work


  • When Will I See You Again?

    When Will I See You Again?

    Beacon Room; Curated by Ilse Schreiber-Noll
    Guest Artist, Mary McFerran“When Will I See You Again”
    Ten cloth drawings of silhouetted figures caught in gesture fill the BAU’s Beacon Room gallery. “The figures represent people reemerging after months of isolation,” states the artist, Mary McFerran. “As they hung in my studio, the figures became my ersatz community.“

    Opening Reception Second Saturday, June 11th, OPEN from 12-6 p.m., with an artist’s reception from 6-8 pm. Exhibit ends Sunday, July 3rd, at 506 Main Street Beacon, NY.
    Gallery Hours are Saturdays and Sundays 12-6 p.m. or by appointment.

  • "Protect" in IMPACT 2022 at Bethany Arts Community

    "Protect" in IMPACT 2022 at Bethany Arts Community

    Mary McFerran
    IMPACT 2022:Art that bears witness
    Bethany Art Center
    Exhibit: May 20 – June 30, 2022
    40 Somerstown Rd., Ossining, NY

    open daily

  • Quarantine Quilts

    Quarantine Quilts

    "Quarantine Quilts"/ by Mary McFerran will be on display
    March 4- 27, 2022
    at Mahopac Library, 3rd floor gallery, during library hours
    668 Route Six Mahopac, NY 10541

    During the early days of the 2020 Pandemic, when the weather was dark and cold, McFerran started to create quilts. Her quilts are not formally planned- she does not use historic patterns. She combines elements intuitively and relies on the haptic appeal of selected textiles. The subject matter is personal memory and McFerran thinks of the collection as Memory Maps. As Spring turned into summer, political unrest also found its way into her work.

    for more info: https://mahopaclibrary.org/art-exhibits/

  • Hammond Museum Artists Talk

    Hammond Museum Artists Talk