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Art Galleries
  • American Art Heritage Publications
    66 Broad St, Stamford, CT 06901
    American Art Heritage Publications is a publisher of unique art and fashion books. American Art alsoMore provides commercial printing of original art in photography and painting. The company has the capability of producing wall-sized posters with the clarity, depth and color of personal-sized prints. In the publishing business since the 1960s, the owners provide mass production printing services, as well as printing and binding for books.
  • Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery
    96 Bedford St, Stamford, CT 06901
    The Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery has been in operation since 2008, and recently relocated to Stamford after two yearsMore operating out of a gallery space in Greenwich.  Artists that have had exhibits at the Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery include Jon Tsoi, Elena Kalman, Alejandro Hernandez, Dina Pizzerello, Siddhartha Tawadey and many more.  The gallery boasts an impressive sales percentage that averages at about 90% for each of the represented artists. 
  • Frame & Art Gallery
    3034 Summer St, Stamford, CT 06905
    Owned by Marc Fattahi and located at the top of Summer Street, near the Bull's Head section of Stamford, Fattahi's FrameMore & Art Gallery has specialized in framing, jewelry and fine art since it opened in 1992. Also known as Farrah's Estate Jewelry & Fine Art, the store offers not only the aforementioned, but also serves as an art gallery, showcasing the works of various artists from the local are and beyond, and is licensed to purchase estate jewelry, gold, silver, precious metals, precious stones and coins.
  • Franklin Street Works
    41 Franklin St, Stamford, CT 06901
    Franklin Street Works is a not-for-profit contemporary art space whose mission is to manifest contemporary art projectsMore in a professional and welcoming setting. Franklin Street Works aims to broaden community participation in the arts, contribute to a larger arts dialogue, and cultivate emerging artists. To date the organization has exhibited the work of more than 155 artists, curated 16 original exhibitions, and organized 100 programs. Exhibitions have received accolades, including a two-year grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and positive reviews in art publications such as Bomb blog, Artforum online, Art Papers, and Hyperallergic.
  • Greenwich Arts Council
    299 Greenwich Ave, Stamford, CT 06902
    The Greenwich Arts Council is a nonprofit organization working to benefit local artists and the local artMore community. It offers a wide variety of programs, events and art classes. It also offers ongoing exhibits at the Bendheim Gallery. Please visit the website for information on upcoming events and ongoing programs.
  • LAA Gallery
    845 Canal St, Stamford, CT 06902
    LAA Gallery is an art studio and exhibition space located on Canal Street, in the South End of Stamford. The galleryMore provides artists with opportunities to exhibit their work, network and reach out to the community through education. The gallery produces two open studio events, as well as six gallery shows, throughout the year. Visit its website for details.
  • Lakeside Ceramic Repair and Restoration
    543 Newfield Ave Lowr Floor, Stamford, CT 06905
    Lakeside Ceramic Repair and Restoration offers professional repair services for a wide range of items. It providesMore work for collectors, individuals, antique stores and museums in the community. It can repair and restore many types of items, including pottery, ceramics, clay, porcelain, wood, stone and plaster. Some services include crack repairs, chipped item restorations, art object repairs, ornaments, picture frames, china pieces and more. Check the main website for numerous examples of past work.
  • Lakeside Pottery Ceramic School and Studio
    543 Newfield Ave, Stamford, CT 06905
    Located in Fairfield County, Lakeside Pottery is an art school and studio which offers ceramic art educational resourcesMore such as pottery classes, workshops, special events and studio, clay center and gallery access. At Lakeside Pottery, students of all ages are instructed on the art of using the potters wheel and sculpting through group classes for beginners and advanced students, private lessons, after school ceramic art classes and summer day camp. Open studio space can also be purchased by potters and sculptors for independent work and firing. Teachers professional development, corporate team building workshops, events, custom programs, birthday party events, commission work and ceramic repair and restoration services are also available.
  • Loft Artist Associates
    845 Canal St, Stamford, CT 06902
    The Loft Artists Association shows nothing but support to artists in the region and provides them with a stage toMore showcase their work.  Occupying this space since 2007, this extremely large warehouse building is located on Canal Street between Henry and Ludlow streets, only minutes from downtown, is easily accessible from Interstate 95. On display is popular art in a variety of media from more than 25 talented artists who make their home studio at this location. Open studios also take place on the weekends and include occasional parties, food and drink, live music and special viewings usually consisting of more than two floors of exhibits. Call or visit the website for more information on membership and events.
  • Patty Storms
    543 Newfield Ave, Stamford, CT 06905
    Patty Storms is a professional portrait painter and ceramic artist. Storms, with her husband, Morty Bacher, co-ownsMore Lakeside Pottery. Storms specializes in oil, watercolor, pencil, pen and ink mediums, and teaches children and adults potters wheel handbuilding and sculpting. Call or visit the website to learn more about courses and goods available. 
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