From the Park East Newspaper, New York, Sept. 22, 1966:
"A one-man show of twenty-three oils by Joan Fenrow is on display at the Ligoa Duncan Gallery. Miss Fenrow, a native New Yorker, has a strong, direct style, which, combined with her manipulation of light and shadow, tends to give her paintings an interesting sculptural quality. Her subject matter ranges from peasant women of Zadar to skillfully simplified and animated musicians. Miss Fenrow has a strong sense of design in all of her paintings, but as her figures convey their emotional condition through their posture alone, the message is at times elusive and at times quite effective.. ATAHUALPA and ZADAR MARKET are both excellent. This is Joan Fenrow's third one-man show in New York."
Translation from France-Amerique Newspaper, October. 1966:
"Joan Fenrow is a native New Yorker. She received her training at the School of Art and Design and also studied with famed Bulgarian painter, Nicolai Abracheff.
This is her third one-man show in New York and her first at the Ligoa Duncan Gallery, where she is a participating artist.
Her work has been represented in exhibits here and abroad. Her painting, ATAHUALPA, recently returned from exhibit at the the Galleries Raymond Duncan in Paris, was awarded the Prix de Paris."