Painting is the grandchild of nature. It is related to God.
- Rembrandt

Art Galleries and Restaurants in Greenwich

  • Art Murals in Windows

  • 1 Greenwich Ave
    Artists from Isabella Garrucho Fine Art - Joe McNally, Andrea Bonfils, Caroline Christie, Terry O’Neill, David Yarrow, Paul Manes, Nora Garcia, Victoria Montesinos, Kyle Szpyrka and Maryam Ego-Aguirre
  • 18 Greenwich Ave
    Artist from Isabella Garrucho Fine Art - Maryam Ego-Aguirre
  • 73 Greenwich Ave
    Artist from Isabella Garrucho Fine Art - David Yarrow
  • Arguimbau Art Gallery

    351 Greenwich Avenue (View on Map)


    • Thursday, October 25, 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.  Reception.
    • Thursday, October 25, 6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.  Lecture "Renaissance Movement in America" by Peter Arguimbau
    • Saturday,  October 27, 2:00 p.m.   Oil portrait demonstration
    • Patt Baldino - Florals and still life’s
    • Paige Bradly - Figurative sculptor

    Complimentary prosecco provided by Horseneck Wine and Spirits on Saturday, October 27.

    Artists, Peter Layne Arguimbau, a Classic Luminist Artist.  Paintings include marines, seascapes and figure work.   Paige Bradley is a figurative sculptor.

    Soar by Paige Bradley

  • Bruce Museum

    1 Museum Drive (View on Map)


    Wednesday, October 24, 1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m., Bruce Museum Curator?s Talk: Navajo Weaving Traditions. A Continuous Thread: Navajo Weaving Traditions Through November 25, 2018

    October 24, 1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m., Bruce Museum Curator’s Talk:  Navajo Weaving Traditions

    Bruce Museum Registrar and Curator Kirsten Reinhardt will speak about the Museum's collection of Navajo textiles, from their history in Native American weaving traditions to the artisanal skill of the weavers. The discussion will also cover traveler and collector Miss Margaret Cranford (1887 – 1974), whose passion for preserving these Native American items formed the foundation of the Museum's ethnographic collection. Lecture followed by tea and scones. Registration required; free with admission. Please make a reservation at and pay for your Museum entry at the front desk upon arrival.

    A Continuous Thread: Navajo Weaving Traditions
    Through November 25, 2018

    Navajo rugs are unique because their warp (the vertical strings on a loom) is one, long continuous piece of wool thread. Once the warp is set on the loom, the size of the rug cannot be altered. This weaving method requires the weaver to plan the design and pattern of the rug to fit precisely into the predetermined length of the rug. The ability to conceive and execute two dimensional designs in extraordinary patterns and colors set Navajo weavers apart from the creators of other Native rugs and blankets. Knowledge of this traditional process is an important cultural tradition that has been maintained through intergenerational instruction and mentoring despite the obstacles of displacement, discrimination and isolation experienced by the Navajo Nation.

    The Navajo were first recognized as the finest weavers of small horse blankets, placed under saddles to protect the horse, after the Spanish introduced both sheep and horses to the American Southwest region in the mid-1500s. Influenced by Pueblo weavers, the Navajo then made large blankets which were prized throughout the Southwest and across the Great Plains for their quality as outerwear. Later, trading post economics led to a transition to rug making, a tradition that remains strong today.

    This exhibition traces the history of the Navajo weaving tradition from the earliest Mexican-inspired saltillos, c. 1880, to the mid-20th century pictorial rugs from the collection of Miss Margaret Cranford (1887 – 1974), who was a resident of Greenwich. At the age of 21, the diminutive Miss Cranford began a lifelong pursuit of travelling across the United States and the world, collecting fine decorative art, jewelry and textiles. Her numerous gifts of rare objects of the highest quality are the foundation of the Bruce Museum’s Native American ethnographic collection.

    Bruce Museum Exhibition: ReTooled

    ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection, an engaging and thought-provoking look at the unexpected subject of tools, will be on view at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, September 21 through December 30, 2018.

    Featuring more than 40 richly imaginative, quirky, and thought-provoking paintings, sculptures, photographs, and sketches, ReTooled celebrates the prevalence of tools in our lives with art that magically transforms utilitarian objects into fanciful works that speak of beauty, insight, and wit.

    The Museum’s signature fall exhibition, ReTooled profiles 28 visionary artists from the Hechinger Collection and includes major artists such as Arman, Richard Estes, Howard Finster, Red Grooms, Jacob Lawrence, and Fernand Léger; photographers Berenice Abbott and Walker Evans; as well as pop artists Jim Dine, Claes Oldenburg, and James Rosenquist.

    Some of these artists portray tools with reverence to emphasize their purity of design, while others disfigure and transform implements to highlight their obsolescence in today’s world of glass, steel, and technology.

    ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection was organized by International Arts and Artists, Washington, DC. Gift of John and June Hechinger. The exhibition is supported by Northern Trust, Turner Construction Co., The Charles M. and Deborah G. Royce Exhibition Fund, and the Connecticut Office of the Arts.

  • C. Parker Gallery

    409 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830 (View on Map)


    "Come See What You've Been Hearing" Art Exhibit

    "Come See What You've Been Hearing"

    Baron Wolman

    Preview the Exhibit during Experience Greenwich Week

    Through November 18th with Baron Appearing…

    Baron Wolman will showcase a specially curated collection of his photographs at C. Parker Gallery, opening on Friday, November 2nd and running through Sunday, November 18th. A special opening night reception will take place on Thursday, November 1st which will also include a special 15-minute film on Baron Wolman & his legacy. Baron will appear at the gallery on the opening weekend and will showcase a copy of the global release of his limited-edition photography book, Jimi Hendrix 1968/1970.

    Baron Wolman Appearance Hours:

    • Thursday, November 1st 6 pm – 8 pm
    • Friday, November 2nd 11 am – 7 pm
    • Saturday, November 3rd 11 am – 7 pm

    Also visit Shreve, Crump & Low, our Experience Greenwich partner, to view the works of Lenore Gimpert.

  • Cavalier Galleries

    405 Greenwich Avenue (View on Map)


    Fall Group Exhibition

    Cavalier Galleries presents a special exhibition of selected works by important American artists including Andrew Wyeth, Mary Cassatt, Wolf Kahn, Jim Rennert, Reuben Nakian, Doris Caesar, Jane DeDecker, Steve McCurry, and Harry Benson. For over 30 years Cavalier Galleries has offered an unparalleled selection of fine paintings, sculpture, and photography in Greenwich, Nantucket, and New York, and we are pleased to announce the opening of Adelson Cavalier Gallery in Palm Beach, FL this fall. Cavalier Galleries present exhibitions of traditional and representational artwork as well as modern and contemporary works. Our Greenwich gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 10:30am – 6pm at 405 Greenwich Avenue. For a complete survey of our galleries please visit our website

  • Flinn Gallery Greenwich Library

    101 West Putnam Avenue (View on Map)


    Thursday, October 25, Opening Reception, 6pm - 8pm. Featured Exhibition All Together.

    Featured Exhibition: All Together

    Opening Reception: Thursday, October 25, 6-8 pm

    Walk-through with the Curator: Sunday, October 28, 3 pm

    Flinn Gallery takes a fresh look at still life in All Together, opening October 25 and running through December 5, 2018. Our choice of plants and pottery, the way we arrange our furniture, the cultural markers of coffee cups and chocolate bars, and the symbolic nature of vases are explored. Artists Kate Gilmore, Karen Lederer, Polly Shindler, Paul Wackers, and Alex Yudzon combine humor and formal rigor to examine the importance and meaning of objects placed together in a show curated by Tracy McKenna.

    Flinn Gallery, sponsored by the Friends of the Greenwich Library, is located on the second floor of the library’s main branch at 101 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich CT. The gallery is open daily Monday to Saturday 10-5, Thursday until 8, and Sunday 1-5. For more information, please call the gallery: 203.622.7947

  • Galerie 888

    89 Greenwich Avenue (View on Map)


    Friday, October 26, Reception. Prosecco & Bites. 6pm - 8pm

    Complimentary prosecco will be provided by Horseneck Wine and Spirits on Friday, October 26.

    Special Event: Dario Campanile speaks about his 55 year historic artistic journey.

    Friday, October 26,  6pm – 8pm   Prosecco & Bites
    6:30 Special Event: Dario Campanile speaks about his 55 year historic artistic journey

    Join us on Friday evening for a SPECIAL appearance by Dario Campanile.  Originally from Rome, Dario will share the highlights of his distinguished career.  Coined the "Roman Master" by Salvador Dali, Dario will talk about meeting Dali, Giorgio De Chirico, and the personal interview with the Dalai Lama. His Holiness honored Dario by posing for a portrait that became part of a global four year exhibit entitled, "Missing Peace:  Artists Consider the Dalai Lama." Dario was commissioned in 1986 to create the 75th Anniversary logo for Paramount Pictures.

    "Working in abstract for me is the most direct and pure form of artistic expression coming from my unconscious." – Dario Campanile  

    Galerie 888 hours are Tuesday-Saturday 11am-5pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm.  Contact information: 203-856-9048 or

  • Gilles Clement Gallery

    45 East Putnam Avenue (View on Map)


    Wednesday, October 24, Gilles Clement Gallery and Michelle Farmer Collaborate Art + Fashion Event, 4:30pm - 7:30pm. Complimentary wine, prosecco and rose’ will be provided by Val’s Putnam Wines & Liquors on Wednesday, October 24.

    Wednesday, October 24 4:30 – 7:30pm

    Art + Fashion event with Michelle Farmer Collaborate

    Gilles Clement Gallery presents
    Devorah Sperber + MARCK Exhibition
    Through the Looking Glass: alternative viewpoints
    October 12 - November 15, 2018

    The two artists featured in this exhibition utilize their respective mediums to draw the viewer into a wonderland of optical illusion, playful visual layering and unexpected use of space and scale. The human visage and form take the thematic center stage, presented in the gargantuan pixilated enlargements of Devorah Sperber’s thread spool installations, and the miniaturized women of MARCK’s video sculptures, dancing in an elegant decorative case, trapped in a spinning tank, or posing as the power source of a light box. Invited to experience the effect of the proverbial ‘rabbit hole’, the viewer will discover a gallery presentation at once foreign, yet familiar; strange, yet enchanting. The walls come alive with multiple moving picture screens, constructed in wood or metal, brightly painted or distressed; wind blowing, water running, colors draping. In contrast, Sperber’s flat inverted pointillist constructions seem oddly remote and static; yet, upon closer inspection - literally through a crystal orb - the images flip upright and appear in realistic 3-D form. Expect no ordinary art browse – the eyes are engaged as never before, the brain challenged and teased, and the spirits uplifted by this delightful pairing of conceptual and technical artistry.

  • Greenwich Arts Council

    299 Greenwich Avenue, 2nd Floor (View on Map)


    Monday, October 22, 12pm – 5pm, Open House.

    Guided Tours of Exhibition at 2pm and 3pm.

    About the Exhibition on View:

    Paintings, Sculptures, Prints and Site-Specific Large Scale Installations

    October 11- November 7, 2018 at The Bendheim Gallery

    DECONSTRUCTION seeks to link the historical origins of high art with contemporary images and iconography, reinventing modern culture's interpretation of art. Often taking familiar images and objects, these artists apply their own unique contemporary techniques, evocatively testing senses and triggering memories along the way. In a Warhol-esque manner, Takashi Murakami successfully incorporates his themes of historical Japanese prints, into his pop culture images. KAWS promotes ubiquitous comic references, Jim Dine ironically presents utilitarian objects, Thomas Brenner fragments familiar industrial tools, challenging perceptions. Margaret Esme Simon and Peri Schwartz imbue a subtle iconography to simple and irreverent objects. Similarly addressing issues of scale, material and consumerism, Ana de Orbegoso recreates sacred, ancient Peruvian artefacts from fiberglass creating luminescent objects of beauty. By subverting what is historical with what is new, blending and reinventing across a wide range of mediums, a new cultural form is created, bringing with it recognition of the past and adding a new relevance to cultural heritage. THE BENDHEIM GALLERY

    Artists participating in the show: Betty Ball, Thomas Brenner, Anelisa Calmet, Jim Dine, Paul DeRuvo, Tom Everhart, Oscar Garcia, JADU, KAWS, Roy Lichtenstein, Takashi Murakami, Ana de Orbegoso, George Phelps, Peri Schwartz, Margaret Esme Simon.

    Graffiti Wall by EPIC UNO
    Large scale installation (site specific)

    On view October 11, 2018 through January 3, 2019 at The Bendheim Gallery

    Bringing his own sense of style from Puerto Rico to the streets of Brooklyn, EPIC UNO developed his graffiti art whilst mastering his craft at Brooklyn’s Pratt Institute in 1996. Within the graphic design field, urban grittiness continued to dominate his bold, colorful typographic approach. With over 10 years of experience as a graffiti artist, Epic is also a successful package designer, corporate identity specialist and illustrator. Having worked and collaborated with many companies including, Cannondale, Nickelodeon, Coach and Nike, EPIC successfully elevates graffiti art by embracing consumer culture, engaging broader audiences, and striking a fine balance in creating memorable, relevant art with a real urban edge.

  • Greenwich Arts Society

    299 Greenwich Avenue, 3rd Floor (View on Map)


    Thursday, October 25th 5:30-7:00 PM - Paint & Wine Soiree, "Jackson Pollack In A Box."

    Complimentary prosecco will be provided by Val’s Putnam Wines & Liquors on Thursday, October 25.

    No experience required and all supplies provided.

    Each painter will create a one of a kind masterpiece

    October 25th 5:30-7:00 PM

    No experience required and all supplies provided. 

    Each painter will create a one of a kind masterpiece

    Bring your friends, meet new people, and let our studio school teacher and mixed media specialist, Ellen Gordon, teach you this fun painting method.

    G.A.S. Studio, 3rd floor, 299 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich, CT


    The Greenwich Art Society has served the greater Greenwich community since its founding in 1912. Known originally as The Greenwich Society of Artists, its founders and pioneer members included many distinguished artists and art patrons. Its first president was Edward Clark Potter, sculptor of the lions at the New York Public Library. Early members were associated with the famous Cos Cob School, several of them leaders in the American Impressionist movement.

    Exhibitions of the Society were held in the hilltop house donated to the town by Robert M. Bruce, when it became the Bruce Museum. In 1928 the prestigious Annual Members Juried Exhibition moved to the art gallery at the Greenwich Library.

    Today, its quarters at the Senior/Arts Center on Greenwich Avenue include a teaching studio and office on the third floor, and a gallery for changing exhibitions of works by members, faculty and other selected artist, on the second.

    The Society presents annual exhibitions with distinguished jurors from NYC museums such as The Whitney, MOMA and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Further information can be found on the Society’s website at

  • Isabella Garrucho Fine Art

    40 West Putnam Avenue (View on Map)


    Tuesday, October 23, Opening Reception, 5pm - 7pm, Victoria Montesinos Art Show

    Complimentary rose’ will be provided by Old Greenwich Wine Merchants on Tuesday, October 23.

    Vicky is an artist with a great respect and reverence for tradition. Her new and highly original floral paintings continue the genre as defined by the masters: Odilon Redon, Georgia O'Keefe and Lowell Nesbitt. A Montesinos bouquet is full of passion and mystery. Patterns peek from under magnificent colors and the viewers is offered a window into the artist's private world. Daughter of the acclaimed Mexican film director Fernando A. Rivero, Montesinos's works have been greatly influenced by the ambiance and theatricality of the film world that she grew up in. Reflected in her portraits of men and women is the technique of a master, the unfettered emotion of a child and sensual quality that fills each canvas with a passion for life. Montesinos's work reflect her sophisticated and cultured background: college in Mexico and Argentina, and apprenticeships with master painters Jose Bardasano in Mexico and Quinquella Martin in Buenos Aires; all have given a sophisticated quality to her work. It was in Bardasano's studio that Vicky learned the very rigorous and laborious "Veladuras" technique of layering many thin layers of paint to achieve the densely transparent and incandescent look of her work. The luminosity is derived from the silver and gold leaf she often applies to a canvas before she begins to paint. Her first U.S. show received rave reviews in San Fransisco. Her first one person show was in SoHo, New York, where every original painting was sold during the opening. Her limited edition lithographs from 1984 to 1998 are completely exhausted and many recent editions are nearly sold out. Victoria Montesinos was born in Mexico City, the daughter of a well-known Mexican movie director, Fernando A. Rivero, and Maty Humana. Sent to live with her grandparents around the age of two, it was not long after that time that she started drawing and painting in response to the serious temperament of her grandmother. According to Vicky, "I became accustomed to enjoying my own world, Drawing was an escape from my communication problems. Besides, drawing was highly rewarding to me. When she was just twelve years old, Vicky's father noticed her talent and offered her the opportunity to study painting with a friend of his, the great Spanish painter, JoseBardasano. Having just opened a painting academy, Bardasano welcomed the young Montesinos to study under his direction for five years, initially during school vacations so that she could finish secondary school. This was the beginning of her brilliant career as an artist. Vicky has always believed in painting with total integrity, without submitting herself to the judgment of the market, style or expectations of others. The topics she depicts in her paintings are not the product of intellectual analysis, but arise from tastes and affinities that take shape gradually in her mind. When her ideas become clearly defined, Vicky begins to transform the canvas by abolishing its emptiness and nothingness: she stains the cloth, marks the lines, and then continues with brushstrokes, guiding herself intuitively and wisely until reaching the grand finale. In general, she likes to work on various easels at the same time. Montesinos works without deliberations, on large canvases that show ethereal atmospheres overflowing with extravagance and sensuality. The slender bodies she paints appear enveloped in marked brushstrokes that serve as both mantles and tunics. The flowers have silk petals, and invite us to discover their interiors. With her brush, Vicky knows how to share her great sensitivity, and for this reason her paintings captivate collectors and lovers of great art from around the world.

  • Samuel Owen Gallery

    382 Greenwich Avenue (View on Map)


    Open House. Thursday, Oct. 25, 5pm – 7:30pm. Complimentary prosecco provided by Horseneck Wine and Spirits on Thursday, October 25.
  • VW Contemporary

    353 Greenwich Avenue (View on Map)


    Thursday, October 25, 5p.m - 8p.m. Artworks by Damien Hirst & Marc Quinn. Book Launch & Signing Event - Ezra Lovecroft "As Above, So Below," poems by Ezra Lovecroft

    VW Contemporary presents artworks by Damien Hirst & Marc Quinn.
    Book Launch & Signing Event - Ezra Lovecroft
    "As Above, So Below" poems by Ezra Lovecroft

    October 25th, 2018, 5-8 pm.

    About the author: Ezra Lovecroft writes poems for people who think they don’t like poetry. His poems are journeys into extraordinary situations from everyday occurrences. Words and phrases are psychological studies that become visually woven on a loom as we read them. They manifest into audible textiles; colorful, visual, and visceral. Like silk threads stitched on ragged linen strips they manifest as a vegetable dyed tapestry in our imaginations.

  • Weber Fine Art

    12 Havemeyer Place (View on Map)


    Friday, October 26, 6pm - 8pm, Reception at Weber Fine Art Exhibit: Paintings and Pastels by Wolf Kahn

    October 26, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Reception at Weber Fine Art

    Exhibit: Paintings and Pastels by Wolf Kahn

    About Wolf Kahn:

    Weber Fine Art is delighted to open our first show of the season with an exhibition of paintings and pastels by acclaimed artist Wolf Kahn, who turns 91 on September 7. Works from 1990 through 2017, this show will explore the myriad ways that Kahn used color as his primary subject in vivid scenes that excite the senses. We will highlight the unique way in which Kahn bridges the balance between realism and Color Field painting. Kahn’s books will be available for purchase.

    Weber Fine Art has been dedicated to showcasing American Post-War and Contemporary art since its founding in 1997. Our exhibition program focuses on Abstract Expressionist work by such artists as Hans Hofmann, Robert Motherwell and Helen Frankenthaler, among others. Our contemporary program highlights established contemporary artists. Weber Fine Art has a 3000 sq. ft. space in Greenwich, CT and a private viewing atelier at 18 East 64th street in Manhattan. 

  • Zorya Fine Art

    38 East Putnam Avenue (View on Map)


    Wednesday, Oct. 24. 5 - 7 pm. Reception

    Exhibition: PG Larson

    Wednesday, Oct. 24. 5 - 7 pm. Reception

    Exhibition: PG Larson

    Zorya Fine Art is dedicated to exhibiting and placing fine art. A distinctive aspect of the program is the presentation of emerging and established Ukrainian artists. Zorya Fine Art creates a context for the understanding and appreciation of these extraordinary artists, through historical and thematic exhibitions that bring to the forefront the significance and range of their work.

    Working with distinguished curators, art historians, and art critics, Zorya Fine Art brings a bold new perspective to the art world. The gallery's curatorial direction and focus on the art of Ukraine expand the borders of our knowledge of contemporary art.