Publication: Daily News New York
Publication Date: August 17, 1980
The community gallery in the Bronx will be exhibiting the works of Maureen Gaffney, a painter who creates visual moods, with dark portraits, soft-toned angels, mystery and even a piece called “There’s a Man in My Soup,” which is a spoof on Henny Youngman. Admission to the museum , which is adjacent to the Bronx Museum of the Arts, is free and can be reached via the IND “D” train or the IRT No. 4 train to 161st St., near Yankee Stadium. The exhibit will be on view until Sept. 16.