May 23, 2013
Written by Sally Sanders
Thursday, 25 April 2013 00:00
* = Exhibits for children.
Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College, 735 Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, N.Y.; Tues.-Sun., 12-5; $5 adm., $3/srs., students, free/12 and younger; 914-251-6100 or neuberger.org: Remix & Reopen: Pre-Columbian Remix: The Art of Enrique Chagoya, Demián Flores, Rubén Ortiz-Torres, and Nadín Ospina, April 28-July 14, more than 90 works incl. stone sculptures, lithographs, large-scale paintings, platinum and cyanotype prints and a monumental outdoor inflatable sculpture; full-day opening celebration with tours, Latin jazz, hors d’oeuvres, drinks, family activities.
Loft Artists Association, 845 Canal St., loftartists.com or 203-323-4153: Last Open Studios at 845 Canal Street, celebrating 35 years on the South End, Sat.-Sun., April 27-28, 12-6.
Carriage Barn Arts Center in Waveny Park, 681 South Ave., New Canaan; 203-972-1895 or carriagebarn.org: Spectrum 2013, annual juried exhibition, April 26-May 24; opening recept. and prizes, Fri., April 26, 5:30-7:30 with juror Dr. Jill Deupi of the Bellarmine Museum at Fairfield University; gallery hours, Wed.-Sun., 11-4.
Mamaroneck Artists Guild, 126 Larchmont Ave., Larchmont, N.Y., 914-834-1117 or mamaroneckartistsguild.org: Ink Paintings of the Rockies and the Southwest by Jim Maciel, through Sat., May 18, opening recept. Sat., April 27, 2-4 p.m.; gallery hours Tues.-Sat., 12-5.
Kent Art Association, Rte. 7, just south of the monument, info., kentart.org or 860-927-3989: Spring Juried Show, April 21-May 27, jurors Marc Chabot, Diane Dubreuil and Rick Daskam, awards recept. Sat., April 27, 2-4 p.m., awards presented at 3 p.m.
Darien Historical Society, 45 Old Kings Highway North; 203-655-9233 or historical.darien.org: noon to 5, Tues.-Thur., & Sun.: Tokeneke... As Good Luck Would Have It April 23-July 21.
Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum, 295 West Ave., Mathews Park, Norwalk; tours offered Wed.-Sun., at noon, 1, 2, and 3; adm. $10 for adults, $8 for srs., $6 for children; lockwoodmathewsmansion.com or 203-838-9799: What Is It? Technology and Discoveries of the Victorian Era, April 17-Oct. 6; Steampunk: Nature & Machine, opening recept. Thur., April 25, 6-8 p.m., through June 15.
Rockwell Art Galleries/Ridgefield, 470 Main St., 203-894-8000: 50 Shades of Green, April 24-June 29, group show curated by Sooo-z Mastropietro; opening recept. Thur., April 25, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Amy Simon Fine Art LLC, 1869 Post Rd. East, Westport; 203-259-1500 or amysimonfineart.com: Paul Shakespear: Color Fields, new abstract paintings, April 26-June 8; opening recept. Fri., April 26, 6-7:30; gallery hours Tues.-Sat., 11-5:30.
* The Bruce Museum, Tues.-Sat., 10 to 5, Sun., 2 to 5 (Closed Easter Sunday); $7/adults, $6/students and seniors, free/under 5, free adm. for all on Tuesdays; One Museum Drive, Greenwich, 203-869-0376: Chinasaurs: Dinosaur Discoveries from China, Jan. 26-April 21; Lure of the Ocean: The Art of Stanley Meltzoff, Feb. 9-June 2, 30 oil paintings; Avant-Garde Persuasion: The Photographs of Harold Haliday Costain, industrial, architectural, and still-life black-and-white photographs, March 2-May 26; Eggs-Hibition: Unscrambling Their History, all aspects of eggs from creation myths to Fabergé, March 23-Oct. 20; Revised and Restored: The Art of Kathleen Gilje, reincarnations of Old Master and 19th Centrury paintings, May 11-Sept. 8.
* The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, open Tues.-Sun., 12-5; $10/adults and $5/srs.; free adm. for full-time teachers and students in grades K-12, and for active-service military families; free for all on Tuesdays; free docent-led tours on Tues. and Sun. between 2 and 4 p.m.; 258 Main St., Ridgefield, 203-438-4519. Ballpoint Ben Drawing Since 1950, Creative Growth: Dan Miller and Judith Scott, Amelie Chabannes: Double Portraits and a Fourth Hand, Robert Longo: The Capitol Project, Jane South: Floor/Ceiling, FOUND Outside: Jean-Marc Superville Sovak, all part of “Extreme Drawing” semester-long series through Aug. 25. Harry Dodge: MEATY BEATY BIG AND BOUNCY, through May 26.
* Stepping Stones Museum for Children, 303 West Ave., Norwalk; open daily 10-5; $14/person (under 1, free), srs. (over 62), $10; www.steppingstonesmuseum.org or 203-899-0606: Framed: Step Into Art, immersion in walk-in environments of famous paintings (Grant Wood’s Dinner for Threshers, John Singer Sargent’s Camp at Lake O’Hara, Diego Rivera’s Corn Festival and Clementine Hunter’s Big Chicken), through May 12; Energy Lab; Tot Town; Healthyville, learn about your body and how to keep it healthy; Build It!, learning about architectural design and construction; art studio and science lab; ColorCoaster; Light Gallery; café and gift shop.
Philip Johnson Glass House, National Trust for Historic Preservation; office at 199 Elm St., New Canaan; Tickets for 2013 Season, May 2-Nov. 30, on sale now at philipjohnsonglasshouse.org: Pure Glass House + Exhibitions, one-hour guided tour, $30/person; Site Tour, tw hours, $45/person; Extended Tour, 2.5 hours, $100; Private Tour, 2.5 hours, $250; Special Focus Tours: Architecture, Art and Landscape, two hours, $45 each; group tours also available.
* Military Museum of Southern New England, 125 Park Ave., Danbury; summer hours Tues.-Sat., 10-5, and Sun., 12-5; 203-790-9277; www.usmilitarymuseum.org: more than 30 armored vehicles; massive collection of military artifacts; Story of the 10th Mountain Division; Life-size dioramas with major military vehicles; The World in Flames, story of World War II 1939-1945; The War in the Pacific, expanded exhibit; adults $6, active duty military, children and srs. $4; under 5, free.
* Danbury Railway Museum, 120 White St., Danbury; 203-778-8337; danbury.org/drm: adm. $4/adults, $2/children (5-15); winter hours: Wed.-Sat., 10-4, Sun., 12-4; (summer hours: Tues.-Sat., 10-5, Sun., 12-5); Vintage diesel-electric locomotives, all built by American Locomotive Company in Schenectady, N.Y., on view in the railyard.
* Bellarmine Museum of Art, Fairfield University; open Mon.-Fri., 9:30-4:30, and select Saturdays, free adm.; 203-254-4046 or fairfield.edu/museum: Excavation: Recent Photographs by Stanley Greenberg, on view through Fri., June 14.
Barnum Museum, 820 Main Street, Bridgeport; 203-331-1104 x100 or visit barnum-museum.org: Recovery in Action, Thur.-Fri., 11-3, free adm., enter through double doors at rear of historic building.
* The Discovery Museum, 4450 Park Ave., Bridgeport; 203-372-3521; Tues.-Sun., 10-5; museum and planetarium, $9.50 adults, $8 children, seniors, students, free under 2; daily planetarium shows (The Little Star That Could, for ages 8 and younger; Dawn of the Space Age, for ages 8 and older), Challenger Learning Center, call for schedule; many interactive exhibits, incl. Preschool Power for babies through 3 yr. olds. Rick Schaefer’s Crows, original series of charcoal drawings stretching 40 ft., on view through July 7; recept. Thur., May 16, 4:30-7 p.m.
* Katonah Museum of Art, open Tues.-Sat., 10-5, Sun. 12-5; adm. free 10 a.m. to noon Tues.-Fri.; guided tours Tues.-Sun. at 2:30; adm. $7; srs. (60+) and students, $5 (under 12/free; free to all Tues.-Fri., 10-noon), Rte. 22/134 Jay St., Katonah, N.Y., 914-232-9555, www.katonahmuseum.org: Beyond the Bed: The American Quilt Evolution, Feb. 24-June 16, curated by Jean Burks, sr. curator at the Shelburne Museum; In the Project Gallery: Quilt Lab, visitors may make a Log Cabin blcok for community quilts; In the Learning Center, Ann Jonas: The Quilt In the Sculpture Garden: Andrea Lilienthal: Ladders, opening April 21; On the South Lawn: Paul Chaleff, large sculptural tiles, opening April 21; In the Foyer: Tiny Quilts, six-inch-square quilts, by memers of the Northern Star Quilters’ Guild, for sale ($75).
Tilly Foster Farm Museum and the Avalon Archives Museum of Roots, Rock and Roll, Rte. 312, Brewster, N.Y.; 845-363-6623 or tillyfosterfarm.org.
Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden, 28 Deveau Rd., North Salem, N.Y.; open Wed.-Sat., 12-4; $5 adm., $4/srs., free/under 12; 914-669-5033 or hammondmuseum.org: Brush with Nature, members of the Oriental Brush Artists Guild, Icons by Alex Guofeng Cao, and LURE by Leigh Taylor Mickelson, April 13-May 11.
* Skitch Henderson Museum at Hunt Hill Farm; a slice of Skitch’s life – radio with Frank Sinatra, the first Tonight Show program with Steve Allen, Henderson American Music Archive and items from Skitch’s collections – aviation, banks, musical instruments; Silo Gallery, Hunt Hill Farm, 44 Upland Rd., New Milford; open 10 to 5, Wed.-Sat., 12-5, Sun.; 860-355-0300; hunthillfarmtrust.org.
Art Society of Old Greenwich: Spring Show, through April 25, at the Garden Education Center, 130 Bible St., Cos Cob.
Rowayton Arts Center, 145 Rowayton Ave., Tues.-Sat., 12-5, Sun., 1-4; rowaytonartscenter.org or 203-866-2744: 40 Under 40, through April 28; Community-Sponsored Awards All-Media Exhibit, May 4-28.
Stamford Art Association, Townhouse Gallery, 39 Franklin St., Stamford; open Thur.-Fri., 11-3, Sat.-Sun., 12-3, or by appt.; stamfordartassociation.org or 203-325-1139: Piecing It Together — Contemporary Collage and Vanishing Point, works by Max Weisen, March 31-April 25.
Ridgefield Guild of Artists, 34 Halpin Lane; Wed.-Sun., 12-4; 203-438-8863 or rgoa.org: Juried Member Show, April 13-May 12, juror Susan Hardesty; all media; My Type People and Other Wall Wonders, by Lewis Cohen, April 13-May 12, in the Upstairs Gallery.
Silvermine Arts Center, 1037 Silvermine Rd., New Canaan; 203-966-9700 or silvermineart.org: Art of the Northeast, through May 24; curated by David A. Ross, chair of the School of Visual Arts’ MFA Program.
Greenwich Arts Council, Bendheim Gallery, 299 Greenwich Ave.; Mon.-Fri., 10-5, Sat.-Sun., 12-4; 203-862-6750: Gail & Ken Resen: Constructions, Paintings & Drawings, April 4-May 18.
Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Mathews Park, 299 West Ave., Norwalk; 203-899-7999 or contemprints.org: 2nd Annual Connecticut Printmakers Invitational, on view through May 19, Mon.-Sat., 9-5, Sun., 12-5; curated by Renee A. Santhouse.
Stamford Art Association, 39 Franklin St., open Thur.-Fri., 11-3, Sat.-Sun., 12-3; stamfordartassociation.org or 203-325-1139: 14th Annual Vivian and Stanley Reed Marine Show, opening recept. Fri., May 3, 6-8 p.m., through June 6.
* Westport Arts Center, 51 Riverside Ave.; 203-222-7070 or westportartscenter.org: gallery hours are Mon. to Sat., 10-5, Sun., 12-4; info. and tickets, 203-222-7070: SOLOS 2013, Fri., April 5-June 2, 12 selected artists, juror Susan Cross of MASS MoCA.
Art/Place Gallery, 70 Sanford St., Fairfield; 203-292-8328 or artplace.org: The Drawing Show, April 4-May 4; interactive show, with materials avail. and still life set-ups for family drawing sessions; Thur.-Sat., 12-4; (closed April 27).
Rye Arts Center, 51 Milton Rd., Rye, N.Y.; ryeartscenter.org or 914-967-0700: Nature’s Art: Geodes from the private collection of Robert R. Wiener, curated by Gail Harrison Roman, Ph. D., through May 24.
Washington Art Association, 4 Bryan Memorial Plaza, Washington Depot; 860-868-2878 or visit washingtonart.org: Alternate Country, paintings and photographs by Christina Dixcy, David Gloman and Susan Rand, April 6-May 11.
Byram Schubert Library, 21 Mead Ave., Greenwich; 203-531-0426: Acrylic paintings by Maria Esther Magallanes of Darien, April 4-26.
Cos Cob Library, 5 Sinawoy Rd., Cos Cob; 203-622-6883: Greenwich Catholic School Students, Celebration of Art, April 6-30; recept., Fri., April 26, 2-3 p.m.
Edith Wheeler Memorial Library, 733 Monroe Turnpike, Monroe; 203-452-2850 or ewml.org: The Flower Show, photographs by Ellen Fairbend, April 1-30.
Easton Public Library,691Morehouse Rd.; eastonlibrary.org: The Weston Meteorite, exhibit presented by the Historical Society of Easton and tthe Weston Historical Society, through April 30.
Flinn Gallery at the Greenwich Library, 101 W. Putnam Ave.; flinngallery.com or 203-622-7947: A Fine Line Kennedy & Koenigsberg, James Kenney and Nancy Koenigsberg, March 14-May 1; Very Short Stories, Conceptual Illustration, opening recept. Thur., May 9, 4-8 p.m., through June 19.
New Canaan Library H. Pelham Curtis Gallery, 151 Main St.; 203-594-5000: Scribner’s and the Golden Age of the American Poster, April 1-May 5.
Westport Public Library, 20 Jesup Rd., Westport; 203-291-4800 or westportlibrary.org: Eric von Schmidt — A Life in Art, through June 26; April in Paris: Susan Malloy Draws the City of Light for Young People, April 1-30; Painting the Merritt: Cynthia Mullins Celebrates the Parkway, May 1-Aug. 15, opening recept. Fri., May 3, 6-7 p.m.; Section I of the Merritt Parkway Turns 75, May 1-Sept. 1.
* Wilton Historical Society, 224 Danbury Road (Route 7), 203-762-7257: period rooms in the Betts-Sturges-Blackmar House, Betts Store, offering unique American-made items, from fine art to jewelry, books to redware, toys and more; 75 Objects/75 Years: Highlights from Our Permanent Collection, through July 7; gift shop, Tues.-Fri., 10-4, Sat., 11-4; adm. $5/adult.
* Weir Farm National Historic Site, 735 Nod Hill Rd., Wilton, 203-834-1896 or www.nps.gov/wefa: grounds open daily dawn to dusk; Burlingham House Visitor Ctr., Jan.-March, Sat.-Sun., 10-4 (Thur.-Sun., 10-4, April-Dec.): 30-min. intro tour, Sat. at 11 and 3, Sun. at 11, 1 and 3; 1-hour stone wall tour, Sat. at 1; reg. required for tours; admin. offices open Mon.-Fri., 9-5; info., incl. current program and tour sched., call or visit Web site. Impressions of Light, paintings by Dmitri Wright, April 3-July 7, onview Wed.-Sun., 10-4; gallery talks “American Impressionism & Plein Air” at 2 p.m., Sat., May 4, and Sun., June 9 (call to register).
* New Canaan Historical Society, 13 Oenoke Ridge (Rte. 124), in the Town House Gallery; Tues.-Fri., 9:30-4:30, Sat., 9:30-12:30; 203-966-1776 or nchistory.org.
Philip Johnson Glass House, National Trust for Historic Preservation site, open for fours May 2-Nov. 30 (except Tues.-Wed.); tours changing exhibitions and range from 1 hour to two and a half hours, at fees ranging from $30 to $250; plus special focus tours, Architecture, Art and Landscape; group tours; monthly Conversations in Context; tours originate from the office at 199 Elm Street, New Canaan; info., philipjohnsonglasshouse.org. SNAP! by E.V. Day, exhibition for the building known as Da Monsta, May 2-Nov. 30; Gnomon/Wave for Night (1947-2015), new sculpture by Tauba Auerbach, May 2-Sept. 1.
Greenwich Historical Society, Bush-Holley Historic Site, 39 Strickland Rd., Cos Cob; open Fri.-Sun., 12-4 (docent led tours at 1, 2 and 3); 203-869-6899, ext. 10 or www.greenwichhistory.org; adm. to gallery, visitor ctr. & house museum, $10/adults, $8/srs. and students, members and under 6 free ; group tours at $7/person avail. on public and non-public days; library and archives open Wed., 10-4 and by appt., adm. offices open Mon.-Fri., 9-5; gallery hours Wed.-Sun., 12-4: From Italy to America, cultural heritage of the Italiam American community in Greenwich w/comp. exhibit of photographs from the show From Italy to America: The Photographs of Anthony Riccio, organized by the Bellarmine Museum of Art at Fairfield U., March 1-June 30.
Westport Historical Society, 25 Avery Place; Mon.-Fri., 10-4, Sat., 12-4; 203-222-1424 or westporthistory.org: Treasures Revealed and Inside Story, featuring artifacts from the archives and collection, Jan. 27-April 27.
* Stamford Historical Society, 1508 High Ridge Rd., open Thur.-Sat., 11-4, adm., $5; info., 203-329-1183, stamfordhistory.org: Forging a Community: Stamford on the Gridiron and on the Diamond, 1860-1975, Sept. 12-July 3, 2013.
* Fairfield Museum and History Center, 370 Beach Rd., behind the old Town Hall; open Mon.-Fri., 10-4 (Thur. till 6); Sat.-Sun., 12-4; research library closed Mon.; adults, $5, students w/ ID, $3, children 5 and under, free; info., www.fairfieldhs.org or 203-259-1598. IMAGES 2013, 5th Annual Juried Photography Exhibition and a solo show of the work of Philip Trager, May 3-July 21; preview party Thur., May 2,7-10 p.m., food, cocktails, silent auction; and public opening Fri., May 3.
* John Jay Homestead State Historic Site, Rte. 22, Katonah, N.Y.; 914-232-5651 or www.johnjayhomestead.org: guided tours offered Tues.-Sat., 10-4; Sun., 11-4; $7/adults, $5/srs., students, free up to age 12.
New Castle Historical Society, 100 King St., Chappaqua, N.Y., 914-238-4666: New Castle’s Beginnings: Our Founding Farms, gallery hours Tues.-Thur. and Sat., 1-4 p.m., or by appt.
* Darien Nature Center, 120 Brookside Rd.; free adm. Mon.-Thur.., 9-4; Fri.-Sat., 9-1; 203-655-7459: ongoing exhibits; Lions, Livestock & Living Walls: An Artistic Study of Community & Conservation in Tanzania, April 12-26.
* The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, 10 North Water St., Norwalk; 203-852-0700 or maritimeaquarium.org; open daily, 10-5 (till 6 in July and August; closed Thanksgiving and Christmas); closed at 3 p.m. on Dec. 24; $19.95 adults, $17.95, youth (13-17) & seniors, $12.95 children 3-12 (various combination passes avail. incl. IMAX theater): sharks, seals, river otters, sea turtles, jellies and more than 100 other species; Marine Lab, Ocean Playspace for toddlers, Africa: The Desert to the Sea; seal feedings at 11:45 a.m. and 1:45 and 3:45 p.m. daily; Shark & Ray Touch Pool in the new Sharks & Rays Gallery; Meerkats, special exhibit, through Labor Day, 2013.
* Audubon Greenwich, 613 Riversville Rd.; adm. $5/adults, $3/children, srs.; greenwich.audubon.org or 203-869-5272: Kiernan Hall Nature Arts Gallery, in the Kimberlin Nature Education Center, open daily, 9-5 (12-5 on Sun.); new Oppenheimer Gallery, premier exhibition: Exploring Audubon’s Art — Comparing Audubon’s Watercolors and Print Editions.
* New Canaan Nature Center, 144 Oenoke Ridge (Rte. 124); 203-966-9577 (for New York Botanical Garden program reg., call 1-800-322-6924): Saturday Videos, family program every Sat. at 2; Saturday Live Animal Demonstrations, every Sat. at 3. Center open Mon.-Sat., 9-4, Sun., 9-1; grounds open dawn to dusk daily.
* Stamford Museum & Nature Center, 39 Scofieldtown Rd., Mon.-Sat., holidays, 9-5, Sun., 11-5; non-res. adults $10, srs. and students (18+ w/ID), $8, children 4-17, $5, age 3 and younger, free; 203-322-1646 or www.stamfordmuseum.org: Two Artists Look at the Sky — Nightwatch: The Art of Greg Mort & The Prints of Leopold Trouvelot, through Mon., May 27.
Bartlett Aboretum & Gardens, 151 Brookdale Rd., Stamford; Mon.-Fri., 9-5, Sat., 10-5; info., 203-322-6971 or bartlettarboretum.org: Nature’s Art, April 4-May 15.
The Gallery at the Preserve, Rockefeller State Park Preserve, 125 Phelps Way (Rte. 117, one mile east of Rte. 9, Pleasantville, N.Y.; adm. $6/vehicle, gallery open 9-4:30 daily; info., 914-631-1470 x0: Nature’s Reflections, paintings by Rifka Milder, March 31-May 5.
Heather Gaudio Fine Art, 21 South Ave., New Canaan; 203-801-9590 or heathergaudiofineart.com: Defining Line, drawings, paintings and sculpture by Judith Trepp, through May 28.
Geary Gallery, 576 Boston Post Rd., Darien; 203-655-6633 or visit gearygallery.com: Use of Shadow and Light, still lifes and nature scenes by John Folchi, April 3-27, Wed.-Sat., 9:30-5.
The Mayor’s Gallery at Norwalk City Hall, 125 East Ave.: Works and Methods of the Center for Contemporary Printmaking, info., norwalkct.org.
Gallery at Bistro Latino, 1392 East Putnam Ave., Old Greenwich; 203-340-2888: The Thrill of Discovery, photographs by Phyllis Sinrich, March 1-April 30.
Cavalier Galleries, inc., 405 Greenwich Ave.; 203-869-3664 or cavaliergalleries.com: Steve McCurry: A 30 Year Retrospective, April 12-May 6; Jewelry to the Avenue, J.S. Fearnely Jewelry @ Cavalier Galleries, May 1-6, recept. Thur., May 2, 5:30-8 p.m.; Edward Minoff: New Work, May 10-30, American Realist paintings.
Les Beaux Arts Gallery at Round Hill Community Church, 395 Round Hill Rd., Greenwich; open Sun., 11 a.m.-noon, Mon.-Fri., 9-3; roundhillcommunitychurch.org/les-beaux-arts-gallery: Spring Notebook, botanical monotypes and assemblages by Heather Sandifer, March 31-April 25.
Reaching New Heights, works by the Greenwich Pen Women, April 1-May 2, at the UConn Gallery, One University Place, Stamford; info., 203-251-8400 or visit stamford.uconn.edu/artgallery; free visitor parking at the UConn garage, Washington Blvd.
The Mayor’s Gallery, 10th Flr., 888 Washington Blvd., Stamford: Weir Was Here— Secret Rooms, Doors and Windows, a photographic essay by Xiomaro, March 1-April 30, weekdays, 9-5, info., xiomaro.com.
ArtWorks Gallery in residence at St. Paul’s on the Green Chittim-Howell House, 60 East Ave., Norwalk; open Mon.-Fri., 9-4:30, Sat., 10-2; info., 203-847-2806: Collective Visions, sculpture and drawings by Ginny Awn and photography by Robert Sachs, through May 28.
Art in Parking Places, Student Photo Exhibit by children in the Norwalk Housing Authority’s Learning Center Photography Club, through May 24; Norwalk Parking Authority: at the Maritime Garage Gallery, 11 North Water St., South Norwalk.
Rockwell Art Galleries/Westport, 236 Post Rd. East (Imperial Plaza), 203-227-1800 or rockwellartandframing.com: Fraische, new works by Ann Conrad Stewart, Hanneke Goedkoop and Dana Goodfellow, April 17-July 13, recept. Thur. May 2, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Framemakers Picture Framing & Art Gallery, 3004 Fairfield Ave., Black Rock section of Bridgeport; 203-338-0332: Gus Moran Paths to Present: Color and Form, through April 30.
ArtPlace Gallery @The Watermark at 3030 Park, on the Fairfield/Bridgeport line, open Mon.-Sat., 8-8, and Sun, 8-5; info., 203-374-5611: Inside/Outside, paintings by Susanne Andover Keany and Barbara Bernstein, through May 2.
Southport Galleries, 330 Pequot Ave., Southport; Wed.-Sat., 11-5, southportgalleries.com or 203-292-6124: Crash: Hide ‘n Seek, through April.
Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery, Quick Center, Fairfield University; open Tues.-Sat., 11-5, Sun., 12-4 and one hour before curtain during Quick Ctr. events; info., 1-877-ARTS-396 or visit fairfield.edu/quick: Po Kim: The Spirit of Change, April 18-June 5, more than 30 works from the late 1950s to recent paintings from 2009-10.
Accessible Art, presented by the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut: Wall Sculptures by Dayna Wenzel, Danbury City Hall, 155 Deer Hill Ave., on view Mon.-Thur., 7:30-6:30 through May 9; Digital Art by Peach Pair, at City Center Danbury, 186 Main St., through May 9, Mon.-Fri., 9:30-5; Abstract Paintings by Tiffany Johnson, through May 9, Molten Java, 213 Greenwood Ave., Bethel; info., artswesternct.org.
The Mercurial Gallery, 11 Library Place, Danbury; 203-744-9179 or themercurialgallery.com: gallery hours, Wed. & Fri., 11-5, Sat., 1-5, Sun., 1-4: re*la*tion, sculpture by James Valyou and paintings by Jana Ireijo; artist talk Thur., April 25, 6-8 p.m., on view through May 17.
Art & Frame of Danbury, 60 Newtown Rd.; 203-748-0197 or artandframeofdanbury.com: Spring Show, May 4-June 15; opening recept. May 4, 5-7 p.m.
The Lionheart Gallery, Scotts Corners, Pound Ridge, N.Y., 914-764-8689 or thelionheart.gallery.com: The Sins of Paris, paintings by Serge Strosberg, through June 3.
transFORM Gallery, 20 Jones St., New Rochelle, N.Y.; transformgallery.com: Re-Imagining Past Posessions, Works of Recycled Materials by Aurora Robson, Carole Eisner, Rodolfo Edwards, Lisa Mee Doherty, Adriana Rostovsky, March 14-June 1.
Take Time Relaxation Center and Gallery, 130 Greenwood Ave., Bethel; 203-792-2456: Mandalas and Contemplative Collages by Gloria Owens, “art that opens the heart and soothes the soul,” March 30-June 21.
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