Bendheim Gallery Hours:
Mon - Fri 10am to 4pm
Sat & Sun Noon to 4pm
Admission is Free
With over 2,000 square feet of exhibition space in the heart of downtown Greeniwch, the Bendheim Gallery hosts major exhibitions every six weeks. The selection process of local, established, and emerging artists is overseen and hung by the gallery curator Tatiana Mori.
Dog Days Of Winter
An Exhibit Of Art About Canines
January 10 - February 25, 2016
Geoffrey R. Nichols, Pixie
Does anything do more to help pass the cold, dark days of January and February than a dog? Whether playful, a snuggler, devilish, or simply your “regular” right hand paw – there is nothing like a dog. There is certainly a variety of dogs to fulfill the requirements of even the most fastidious of prospective owners.
The Greenwich Arts Council is taking a somewhat nontraditional overview of the dog with a new exhibition entitled "Dog Days of Winter: An Exhibition of Art about Canines." Many varieties of dog will be on display in a great diversity of media: Paintings, Photography, Sculpture and Mixed Media. A steel fabricated series of dogs in all states of animation is created by Denis Curtiss, for example, from large leaping greyhounds on through airedales.
All the artwork if for sale and some works can be placed outdoors as well as indoors.
Pam Ackley ◦ Nilda Broeders ◦ Barbara & Denis Curtiss
J.D. Durrans ◦ Donald Landsman ◦ Geoffrey Nichols