The White Gallery
The White Gallery, LLC.

Location
342 Main Street
Lakeville, CT 06039

Hours
Thursday - Sunday 11 - 4 pm
Or by appointment

Phone
(860) 435-1029

Artist List
Title List


powered by Masterpiece Solutions | Art Gallery Software


Login  

The White Gallery
342 Main Street
P.O Box 1306
Lakeville, CT 06039
SUMMER HOURS:
Thursday-Sunday 12 pm - 4 pm 
Or by Appointment or by Chance
(860) 435-1029 

Contact Us

Send us an email

 

Welcome to The White Gallery, one of Northwest Connecticut's and the Tri-State regions premier art galleries, presenting Modern Contemporary Masters and the best of emerging artists. Browse an eclectic mix of paintings, sculpture, and photography and experience the excitement of viewing art in a relaxed, professional and friendly environment.


The White Gallery represents fine art of exceptional quality and value and is dedicated to increasing the awareness and appreciation of fine art. We proudly represent the following artists:  Tim Cahill, Ann Chernow, Alberta Cifolelli, Mary Close, Avery Danziger, David Dunlop, Jane Filer, Sally Frank, Eduardo Giannattasio, Joan Jardine, Emma Kindall, Drew Klotz,  Victor Leger, Debra Losada, Sarah Martinez,  Nancy McTague-Stock, Campbell Paxton,  Betsy Podlach, Penny Putnam,  Nick Savides, Frances B. Ashforth,  Luis Soltmann, Nancy Lasar, Kate Stiassni, and Luke Wynne.

 

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   

...Opening September 15th...

Explore the electric color and motion of cities in this new collection of works by David Dunlop at The White Gallery on Main Street in Lakeville, CT.

These works are a window into the dynamic movement, layered atmosphere, multiple perspectives, reverberating reflections and kinetic human activity of city life.

Find yourself caught in the intersections of streets and highways bending, floating, and descending through urban corridors and canyons, over and under bridges, and weaving through vast interior spaces.

Find yourself embedded with the people, the traffic and electric cacophony of city life. The theme is the city; the lead character is New York, with a supporting cast of London, Paris, Berlin, and others.

Exhibition dates: September 15th – November 5th, 2107
Opening reception: September 16th from 5-7 PM
Lecture Dates coming soon!

Listen to Marshal Miles interview David about the show on Robin Hood Radio:
Marshall Miles Interviews David Dunlop