Flinn Gallery

The Flinn Gallery is a non-profit, volunteer-run, education oriented exhibition space that presents art in all mediums from a wide range of periods, visions and techniques. The artwork is for sale and commissions from works sold help support the programs of the Friends of Greenwich Library. For more information view the gallery website at flinngallery.com.

Current Exhibition

Hazardous Beauty

Hazardous Beauty features artists Alejandro Durán and Willie Cole as they use their creativity to interpret the environmental problems of plastic pollution and explore the impact of our increasing disposable culture. Through aesthetically beautiful works and educational programming, the viewer reflects on the collision of consumer culture in the natural world. Curated by Ellen Hawley.

Exhibition from March 15 – April 25, 2018.

Friends Lending Art

Lending art is a collection of over 200 circulating art prints available to patrons who wish to decorate their home or office.

Choose among quality museum reproductions, photographs, and original prints in a variety of styles.

The collection is cataloged and indexed in binders for easy browsing. Prints are framed and ready to hang. Canvas bags are included with each print.