In 2000, Cheryl received a BFA with a major in graphic design from the Rhode Island School of Design. In 2005, she received an MFA from Pratt Institute, majoring in painting where she. Currently, Cheryl is a resident artist at Smack Mellon and has held residencies at Weir Farm Art Center and Copper Union.
Cheryl’s work has been exhibited in galleries across the country including, McCaig Wells Gallery in New York and White Walls in San Francisco. Her work is included in the Microsoft collection and the Cantor Fitzgerald collection, among others. Cheryl continues to visually explore suburban and industrial landscapes in a multitude of media.
Better Homes and Gardens, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn NY 2012
Subdivision #3, Joseph Gross Gallery, University of Arizona, Tuscon.
Discarded Spaces (Thesis), Steuben East Gallery, Pratt Institute Brooklyn, NY.
Brooklyn Utopias, Old Stone House, Brooklyn, NY
Urban/Suburban, Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY
The Nature, Art Bridge, New York, NY
A New Beginning, 941 Geary, San Francisco, CA
New Territory, White Walls Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Urban Structures, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY
The Brand New Deal, Caren Golden Fine Art, NY, NY
This Modern World, Curated by Paddy Johnson, General Electric Corporate Headquarters, CT
Everywhere and Nowhere, Platform Gallery, NY, NY
Site Matters, Brooklyn Arts Council, Brooklyn, NY
Bird Flew, Curated by Robert Storr, Tribes Gallery, NY, NY
Re-Structured, Andre Zarre Gallery, NY, NY
Life and Death of a City, McCaig-Welles Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
ArtistCheryl Molnar Projects // Brooklyn, NY, USA
Senior Design AssociateJ.P. Morgan Chase & Co. // New York, NY, USA
Freelance DesignerTorrisi Design Associates // New York, NY, USA
Assistant Art DirectorMartha Stewart Living Omnimedia // New York, NY, USA