Those who do not want to imitate anything, produce nothing.
- Salvador Dali

Art Galleries and Restaurants in Greenwich

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    • Bruce Museum

      1 Museum Drive (View on Map)

      Fall Family Day: Autumn Rains and Fall Colors: Exploring the Bruce. Sunday, October 27, 1:00 – 4:00 pm.
      Join us for our Fall Family Day, Autumn Rains and Fall Colors: Exploring the Bruce! This will be a day you won’t want to miss out on. We’ll have a variety of crafts and activities for children from watercolor painting to learning about minerals. Plus, the Greenwich Conservatory of Classical Ballet will be performing interpretive dances inspired by the Contemporary Chinese Brushwork exhibition on view in the Bantle Lecture Gallery.


      Family/Dual Membership for a full year. Valid for 2 adults and related children in the household. Admission to the Bruce Museum as well as discounts on Bruce Museum programs, lectures and museum store purchases throughout a 12-month period. $65 value
    • C.Parker Gallery

      409 Greenwich Avenue (View on Map) More information coming soon...
    • Cavalier Ebanks Galleries

      405 Greenwich Avenue (View on Map)

      Exhibition: Federico Uribe
      October 3rd – November 10th, 2019
      Hours: Mon – Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 12pm-5pm
      (203) 869-3664

      Cavalier Ebanks Galleries is pleased to present a one-man show for artist Federico Uribe, opening October 3rd at Cavalier Ebanks Galleries in Greenwich, CT. The exhibition will be on view from October 3rd to November 10th.

      This special exhibition will transform the gallery into a mesmerizing world of Federico Uribe’s creation, with ordinary objects taking on a new life as extraordinary sculptures. The artist assembles thousands of commonplace items such as colored pencils, erasers, books, and bullet shells to create intricate and lively renderings of animals, nature, and abstract forms. Uribe’s dynamic sculptures appear lifelike and vibrant, successfully capturing and enthralling viewers in their complexity. His elaborate creations allow viewers to make imaginative connections between everyday objects and beauty and inspire excitement and intrigue from all walks of life.

      Uribe’s works have been exhibited extensively throughout the world, most recently at the Venice Biennale in the historical Palazzo Bembo and at a solo exhibition at Cavalier Gallery in New York City. Originally from Bogota?, Colombia, Uribe now lives and work in Miami, Florida. His artwork has been collected by and featured in multiple museums around North and South America and will soon be featured in a solo exhibition at the Montclair Art Museum in New Jersey.

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    • Galerie 888

      89 Greenwich Avenue (View on Map)

      Galerie 888 features interesting and acclaimed work from many artists. Dario Campanile is Carole Sorokin’s most sought after international artist. Campanile’s abstract expressionism paintings are colorful, dramatic and multi-dimensional! People are surprised with how breathtaking they are. Carole covers all genres of art including Russian contemporary, abstract, abstract expressionism, realism, landscapes, seascapes, and portrait paintings. She represents national as well as international artists.

      During the art walk she will feature Dario Campanile's abstract, abstract expressionism and realism as well as his sculptures. Steve Alpert, Joe Genova and Dean Cera will also be exhibited.

    • Gilles Clement Gallery

      45 East Purnam Avenue (View on Map)

      Gilles Clement Gallery presents a visionary mix of international contemporary artists. Offering an exclusively curated collection of painting, photography and sculpture, Parisian-born gallerist Gilles Clement organizes bi-annual solo and group exhibitions featuring new media including video sculpture, neon art and unconventional mediums, with an emphasis on Op-Art.

      Featured artists:

      Francois Bel (French, sculpture); Curtis Cutshaw (Canadian, painting); David Datuna (Georgian, mixed media); Michael Gallagher (USA, abstract painting); Clement Kamena (French, painting/sculpture); Lino Lago (Spanish, painting); Marck (Swiss, video sculpture); Robert Mars (USA, mixed media).

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    • Isabella Garrucho Fine Art

      40 West Putnam Avenue (View on Map)

      Artists on Display for that night (Oct 24th) as of now will be Jacquiline Thunfors (Painter), David Yarrow (Photographer), Jami Goldman (Photographer), Terry O'Neill (Photography), Won Lee (sculpture), Chris Green (sculpture).

      I'm waiting to hear back from Tyler Shields and David Drebin to see if they can have works here in time for the event and will need to get back to you on those two.

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    • Samuel Owen Gallery

      382 Greenwich Avenue (View on Map)

      We can't wait to see you at Samuel Owen Gallery where we will have new works by over 20 contemporary artists including Peter Anton, Daniel Allen Cohen, Charles Patrick, and Elizabeth Waggett.

      Stop in for a sip during your stroll on the Ave!

    • VW Contemporary

      353 Greenwich Avenue (View on Map) VW Contemporary will be showing artworks by Damien Hirst and Miles Jaffe. Opening reception from 6-9pm. Champagne will be served.
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    • Weber Fine Art

      12 Havemeyer Place (View on Map)

      Weber Fine Art will present a solo exhibition of works by SUZANNE CAPORAEL.

      Caporael was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1949. Her work derives from close observation of the natural world and the attempts—scientific and cultural—to define and control it. Observation coupled with research has resulted in groups of paintings related to trees, chemical elements, water, ice, time and place memory.

      As noted inThe New York Times, “Caporael’s paintings are a curious mix of the aesthetic and the conceptual...the paintings are sensuous and lyrical as well as rigorously formal.” Caporael continues to create paintings that both display and invoke a discipline of thought.

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