Seen & Heard: Tribeca Watercolors

••• Artist Nan Lombardi, whose watercolors were featured here and here (and now in a book), is in an exhibit with Jeff Bye at Steven Amedee Gallery. Below: Watercolor of Greenwich and Watts.

Greenwich and Watts by Nan Lombardi••• At the very funky building under construction at 187 Franklin, you can see a bit of the white molding (not the right word but whatever) that’s under the brickwork.

187 Franklin shape••• The Soho location of Real Pilates is hosting a blood drive on August 2 (333 Hudson, 2-6:30 p.m.): “Throughout the summer, the New York Blood Center experiences a significant decrease in blood donations, while hospitals experience an increased need for blood transfusions. Blood donations are perishable, and can only be stored for a maximum of 42 days.”

••• The Cheryl Hazan Gallery on N. Moore will start being renovated at the end of August, but first, opening Aug. 4: “Summer in the City, an exhibition including new acquisitions hung alongside selections from the gallery’s inventory. Artists on view include Henry Mandell, Rebecca Reeve, Paul Rousso, Kristin Bauer, Tamara Gayer and Kazumi Yoshida.” Below: “Super Cheesy is Great, Ed” by an unspecified artist.

Super Cheesy is Great, Ed••• The Schimmel Center at Pace University announced its 2016-2017 season: “Popular NPR comedian Paula Poundstone in a one-night only performance; The Hillbenders fresh from South by Southwest perform a critically acclaimed bluegrass take on The Who’s Tommy; Singer/Songwriter Rob mathes brings his critically acclaimed Holiday Concert to Manhattan; Ukrainian favorite Dakhabrakha returns after a sold-out show last season to promote their new album and play classic favorites; American Showstoppers series celebrates its fifth smash season with programs dedicated to the works of Frank Loesser and Kander & Ebb; and the critically acclaimed New York Theatre Ballet reveals a new Legends and Visionaries performance. Presenting the New York City premieres of The Reduced Shakespeare Company’s William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged) and Jose Maya’s Latente: A Flamenco Journey. Dr. Janetta Rebold Benton returns with her popular Art History Alive series; bluegrass favorites The Steeldrivers perform Grammy-Award-winning favorites; a Halloween weekend screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show; and many more.”