The Progressive Gallery Tour, a program of the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County, was designed to bring our artist, cultural nonprofit, and creative business members together once a month to discover the richness and variety of our commercial gallery members. Each month they visit a different town - from Greenwich to Shelton. Join us as they continue their second season with a visit to Southport Galleries, Thursday March 23, 6-8pm.
We are excited to highlight the works of two strong, talented Contemporary Artists, Kim Romero and Katy Ferrarone.
Evoking a time and place before television and instant social media, VINCENT SCILLA has achieved national accolades for his nostalgic sports imagery. Capturing the attention of leading museums and collectors, Scilla’s work has been featured on PBS, ESPN, the Baseball Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, the US Golf Association Art Gallery, as well as commissions from the San Diego Padres and Atlanta Braves. His brightly colored paintings reflect the strong colors seen on the golf course, tennis stadium and baseball stadiums around the nation.
Southport Galleries proudly welcomes this distinguished sports artist legend. Please inquire about these uniquely represented paintings seen here and to discuss the full range of this important artist’s selection of sports related artworks on an exclusive basis.
These paintings can only be viewed on our website. Please send all inquiries about pricing and information to director, Jennifer Cargill
Popular abstract artist, Katy Ferrarone, returns to Southport Galleries for the spring! Come in and see our exclusive selection of her work.
Check out Ferrarone's page to see more of her unique paintings.
Melissa Barbieri returns to Southport Galleries with fellow Connecticut artists, Ann Rechtermann and Nina Gagarin in a specially curated exhibition for the holiday season. Barbieri’s provocative new work evokes the heavens and the sea in her signature fresco and silver leaf motif. Her life-size figurative paintings include a mermaid on a beach encrusted in starfish and seashells and netting.
Ann Rechtermann’s impressive array of smaller works in silver and gold leaf explore foliage, fruits, sea life and animals.
Nina Gagarin recently relocated her decorative arts atelier in Palm Beach back to Greenwich. The exhibition includes her signature showpiece, a dramatic painting of a vivid, giant clam shell against an inky background.