* = Exhibits for children.
Brookfield Craft Center, 286 Whisconier Rd./Rte. 25, Brookfield; brookfieldcraft.org or 203-775-4526: Sports Art by Dan McKee, Sat., May 23, through Sat., June 13; opening recept. Sat., May 23, 5-8 p.m.
Peter Max paints Sinatra!, new works; recept. Wed., May 27, from 6 to 8 p.m., at C. Parker Gallery, 17 East Putnam Ave., Greenwich; res., 203-253-0934 or emaily email@example.com.
* The Bruce Museum, Tues.-Sat., 10 to 5, Sun., 2 to 5 (Closed Easter Sunday); $7/adults, $6/students and seniors, free/under 5, free adm. for all on Tuesdays; One Museum Drive, Greenwich, 203-869-0376: (Re)Discovering the ‘New World’: Maps and Sea Charts from the Age of Exploration, Feb. 7-June 7, 30 maps and charts from 1511 to 1757. Madagascar: Ghosts of the Past, carnivorous dinosaurs, crcocodiles and more, April 11-Nov. 8, in the science gallery. Florence Henri: Modernist Photographs from the Collection of the Bruce Museum, 26 works donated by Rick Wester and Jennifer Garvin, May 2-June 14.
* The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, open Tues.-Sun., 12-5; $10/adults and $5/srs.; free adm. for full-time teachers and students in grades K-12, and for active-service military families; free for all on Tuesdays; free docent-led tours on Tues. and Sun. at 1 p.m.; 258 Main St., Ridgefield, 203-438-4519. Circumstance Series: shows run through Oct. 25; — Virginia Poundstone: Flower Mutations, Nancy Shaver: Reconciliation, Ruby Sky Stiler: Ghost Versions, Penelope Umbrico: Avoiding the Sun, Elif Uras: Nicaea, B. Wurtz: Four Collections; pre-reception brunch for members with the trustees, curators and artists from noon to 2.
* Keeler Tavern Museum, 132 Main St., Ridgefield; 203-438-5485 or keelertavernmuseum.org; open 1-4 p.m., Sat., Sun., & Wed., last tour at 3:30; Feb. 28-Dec. 31; $8/adults, $5/srs., youth under 18 and students w/ID; 300 years of Ridgefield history. Watercolors by Ellen Ross of South Salem, N.Y., at the Carriage Barn, continuing through May 25, Wed.-Mon., May 20-25, 11-4, free adm.
* Stepping Stones Museum for Children, 303 West Ave., Norwalk; open Tues.-Sun., 10-5; $15/person (under 1, free), srs. (over 62), $10; www.steppingstonesmuseum.org or 203-899-0606: Energy Lab; Tot Town; Healthyville, learn about your body and how to keep it healthy; Build It!, learning about architectural design and construction; art studio and science lab; ColorCoaster; Light Gallery; My Sky, created by the Boston Children’s Museum and Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory; café and gift shop. Express Yourself, focusing on social-emotional learning.
* Danbury Railway Museum, 120 White St., Danbury; 203-778-8337; danbury.org/drm: adm. $4/adults, $2/children (5-15); winter hours: Wed.-Sat., 10-4, Sun., 12-4; (summer hours: Tues.-Sat., 10-5, Sun., 12-5); Vintage diesel-electric locomotives, all built by American Locomotive Company in Schenectady, N.Y., on view in the railyard.
Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery at Fairfield University, Quick Center for the Arts; open Mon.-Fri., 11-5 and one hour before and during intermission of performances; fairfield.edu/walshgallery or 203-254-4062: Ghosts in the Landscape: Vietnam Revisited, March 26-June 6.
Bellarmine Museum of Art at Fairfield University; 1073 North Benson Rd., Fairfield; fairfield.edu or 203-254-4046: Gari Melchers: An American Impressionist at Home and Abroad, March 5-May 22; Dualities, works by Jan Dilenschneider, June 4 recept., 5:30-7:30, through June, Mon.-Fri., 11-5, free adm.
Barnum Museum, 820 Main Street, Bridgeport; 203-331-1104 x100 or visit barnum-museum.org: Recovery in Action, Thur.-Fri., 11-3, free adm., enter through double doors at rear of historic building.
* The Discovery Museum, 4450 Park Ave., Bridgeport; 203-372-3521; Tues.-Sun., 10-5; New Year’s Eve till 2; closed Jan. 1; open Jan. 2-4, 10-5; museum and planetarium, $9.50 adults, $8 children, seniors, students, free under 2; daily planetarium shows, Challenger Learning Center, call for schedule; many interactive exhibits. Gustave Whitehead: First in Flight Exhibit, incl. half-size model of the plane.
Yale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel St., New Haven; open Tues.-Sun., free adm.; artgallery.yale.edu or 203-432-0600: The Critique of Reason: Romantic Art, 1760-1860, joint exhibition with the Yale Center for British Art, March 6-July 26.
* Katonah Museum of Art, open Tues.-Sat., 10-5, Sun. 12-5; adm. free 10 a.m. to noon Tues.-Fri.; guided tours Tues.-Sun. at 2:30; adm. $10; srs. (60+) and students, $5; under 12/free; Rte. 22/134 Jay St., Katonah, N.Y., 914-232-9555, www.katonahmuseum.org: Yellow Orb/Homage to Van Gogh by sculptor John Ruppert, on the front lawn, through May 2015. A Home for Art: Edward Larrabee Barnes and the KMA, March 29-June 28, overview of his career, close look at many Westchester homes he designed, as well as the museum, and Chris Larson: The Katonah Relocation Project, March 29-June 28.
Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College, 735 Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, N.Y.; Tues.-Sun., 12-5; $5 adm., $3/srs., students, free/12 and younger; 914-251-6100 or neuberger.org: Kuba Textiles: Geometry in Form, Space, and Time, March 1-June 14. Plastic: Art in An Era of Material Innovation, May 9-Aug. 23, mid-20th Century works by Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Louise Nevelson, Leroy Lamis, Robert Rauschenberg and some 20 other artists;
Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum, 3011 Whitney Ave., Hamden; open Wed., 10-4, Thur., 10-7, Fri.-Sat., 10-5, Sun., 1-5; info., ighm.org.
Knights of Columbus Museum, 1 State St., New Haven; open 10-5 daily, free adm.; info., 203-865-0400 or visit kofcmuseum.org: Answering the Call, religious ministry and medical care for soldiers in the Civil War, as well as a history of the 9th Connecticut Volunteer Regiment, March 14-Sept. 20.
* Skitch Henderson Museum at Hunt Hill Farm; a slice of Skitch’s life – radio with Frank Sinatra, the first Tonight Show program with Steve Allen, Henderson American Music Archive and items from Skitch’s collections – aviation, banks, musical instruments; Silo Gallery: Hunt Hill Farm, 44 Upland Rd., New Milford; open 10 to 5, Wed.-Sat., 12-5, Sun.; 860-355-0300; hunthillfarmtrust.org.
Carriage Barn Arts Center/New Canaan Society for the Arts, Waveny Park, 681 South Ave., New Canaan; carriagebarn.org or 203-972-1895: Va Va Vroom! The Art of the Vehicle, April 19-June 14. Art in the Windows, artworks showcased in New Canaan businesses’ windows, beginning with a Pop Up Art Day on Saturday, May 30, noon to 3; exhibit continues through June 14.
Darien Arts Center 57th Annual Art Show & Sale, Sat., May 30-Sat., June 6, noon to 5; opening awards reception, Fri., May 29, 7-9 p.m.; judged by Jeffrey Mueller, gallery director at Silvermine Arts Center; Weatherstone Studio, 2 Renshaw Rd., behind town hall, Darien; info., darienarts.org or 203-655-8683.
Ridgefield Guild of Artists, 34 Halpin Lane, Ridgefield; rgoa.org or 203-438-8863: The Evolving Artist, watercolor group show, featuring Sally Aldrich, Michaelle Grosjean Brewster, Mary Pat Devine, Madyn Gwynne, Ferne Kawahara and Ann Marie Tetelman, May 16-June 14.
Silvermine Arts Center, 1037 Silvermine Rd., New Canaan; gallery hours Wed.-Sat., noon to 5, Sun., 1 to 5; silvermineart.org or 203-966-9700: 65th Annual Art of the Northeast, June 6-July 26, opening recept. Sat., June 6, 6-8 p.m., awards ceremony 7 p.m.; Artist Talk, Tues., June 23, 6 p.m.
Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Mathews Park, 299 West Ave., Norwalk; contemprints.org or 203-899-7999: WPA: JOBS, original prints, archival materials, video and audio interviews, wall texts, and tools of artist/printmaker, Louis Schanker (1903-1981), March 28-May 23.
Loft Artists Association, East Gallery 575 Pacific St., Stamford; loftartists.com or 203-247-2027: gallery hours Sat.-Sun., 1-4:30 p.m.; The Draw On Exhibition, May 9-June 14, artist recept. Sun., June 14, 2-4 p.m.
Rowayton Arts Center, 145 Rowayton Ave., rowaytonartscenter.org or 203-866-2744; Tues.-Sat., noon to 5, Sun., 1-4 (except Jan.-March):. Photography & Sculpture Exhibit, May 3-31.
Westport Arts Center, 51 Riverside Ave.; Mon.-Sat., 10-5, Sun., 12-4; westportartscenter.org or 203-222-7070: SOLOS 2015, through June 27; juried by Richard Klein. EAST meet WESTport Residency Exhibition, May 8-June 27, works by Marton Nemes of Budapest, Hungary.
Art/Place Gallery, 70 Sanford St., Fairfield; artplacegallery.org or 203-292-8328: Layers, Paintings of Phyllis Peckar Clamage and Florence Zolan, May 7-June 7.
Washington Art Association, 4 Bryan Memorial Plaza, Washington Depot; washingtonartassociation.org or 860-868-2878: Singular Perspective, with works by Kevin Dunn, Peter Kirkiles and Mounira Stott, through June 17; gallery hours, Tues.-Sat., 10-5.
Artspace New Haven, 50 Orange St., New Haven; artspacenh.org: Gollum: Monsters of Ruin and the Techno-Sublime, May 15-July 3.
Mamaroneck Artists Guild, 126 Larchmont Ave., Larchmont, N.Y., mamaroneckartistsguild.org or 914-834-1117: Small Works Show 11th annual open juried exhibition, juried by David Dunlop, April 30-May 23. Art for the Man Cave, masculine subject matter by photographer Elisabeth Pollaert Smith, May 26-June 20, opening recept. Sat., May 30, 4-6 p.m.
Easton Public Library, 691 Morehouse Rd., Easton: Art in the Country Regional Open Fine Art Juried Art Show, May 15-June 12, 58 works; firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203-261-0175 or 203-374-0705.
Flinn Gallery, at the Greenwich Library, 101 West Putnam Ave.,; flinngallery.com or 203-622-7947: Fukui, Hsu, Mann and Wang, Asian techniques with influences of western culture, show on view through June 17.
Kershner Gallery at the Fairfield Library, 1080 Old Post Rd., Fairfield; fairfieldpubliclibrary.org: Simply Abstract, paintings of Raffael Altmann, Elizabeth Nagle and Vincent Verrillo, May 2-June 20.
Ridgefield Library, 472 Main St.; ridgefieldlibrary.org or 203-438-2282: On the Outside Looking In: Outsider/Stelf-Taught Art from the U.S. and Europe, presented by Phil Demise Smith, artist and collector, April 11-May 29.
Westport Public Library, 20 Jesup Rd., Westport; 203-291-4800 or westportlibrary.org: Sherwood Island, 1975-2015, exhibit by photographer Larry Silver, March 27-June 27; Paint, Paper & Found Objects, through June 14. Women Photojournalists of Connecticut, April 15-July 16; Katherine Ross: Patterns, June 26-Sept. 30; Crows, detailed drawings by Rick Schaefer, June 16-Sept. 14.
Wilton Library, 137 Old Ridgefield Road; wiltonlibrary.org or 203-762-3950: Gardens & Abstractions: Jay Petrow Art Exhibition, through May 30.
* Wilton Historical Society, 224 Danbury Road (Route 7), 203-762-7257: period rooms in the Betts-Sturges-Blackmar House; June Myles’ Hooked Rugs and Denyse Schmidt: In the Making, Historic Inspirations/New Quilts; Betts Store, offering unique American-made items, from fine art to jewelry, books to redware, toys and more; gift shop; Wed.-Sat., 10-4.
* Weir Farm National Historic Site, 735 Nod Hill Rd., Wilton, 203-834-1896 or www.nps.gov/wefa: grounds open daily dawn to dusk; art programs, Junior Ranger activities, visitor center, museum store, historic house and studios; open Wed.-Sun. 10-4 (May 1-Oct. 31); Weir House Tours, offered Wed.-Sun. at 11 a.m., 1, 2, and 3 p.m. (May 1-Oct. 31), reg. required; group tours and field trips offered, reg. required.
* Darien Historical Society, 45 Old Kings Highway North; 203-655-9233 or darienhistorical.org: Tues.-Thur., noon to 5, and Sun., noon to 3: Front Page!!! April 1865… in the New York Times. Our Nation’s Triumph & Tragedy in 30 Original Issues!, March 20-May 31.
* New Canaan Historical Society, 13 Oenoke Ridge (Rte. 124), in the Town House Gallery; Tues.-Fri., 10-4, Sat., 10-12; 203-966-1776 or nchistory.org: In Our Own Backyard —Augustus Smith (1858-1942) and Richard Daggy (1892-1973), spring show, oil and watercolor landscape paintings of the area.
The Glass House, a site of the National Trust for Historic Prservation, open May 1-Nov. 30; exhibits include Highlights from the Sculpture Gallery, on view in the building known as Da Monsta, works by John Chamberlain and Robert Rauschenberg, debut of Untitled (Nine Fiberglass Sleeves) (1967) by Robert Morris; Night (1947-2015), Kevin Beasley, Arm, 2014, May 1-Aug. 31, accomp. by Night Sounds #6, featuring Bill Orcutt, Sun., June 28, 3-5:30; headquarters at 199 Elm St., New Canaan; tour tickets now on sale, theglasshouse.org
Greenwich Historical Society, Bush-Holley Historic Site, 39 Strickland Rd., Cos Cob; open Wed.-Sun., 12-4 (docent led tours at 1, 2 and 3); 203-869-6899, ext. 10 or www.greenwichhistory.org; adm. to gallery, visitor ctr. & house museum, $10/adults, $8/srs. and students, members and under 6 free ; group tours at $7/person avail. on public and non-public days; library and archives open Wed., 10-4 and by appt., adm. offices open Mon.-Fri., 9-5; gallery hours Wed.-Sun., 12-4. Greenwich Voices, April 22-Aug. 30, multi-media project of Greenwich interviews by conceptual artists and guest curators Karina Skvirsky and Liselot van der Heijden.
Lockwood Mathews Mansion Museum, Mathews Park, 295 West Ave., Norwalk; open for tours Wed.-Sun., at noon, 1, 2, and 3; adm. $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, $6 for children (8-18); info., lockwoodmathewsmansion.com or 203-838-9799; Childhood Portraits: Our Children Our Future, May 9-June 28.
Weston Historical Society, 104 Weston Rd. (Rte. 57); westonhistoricalsociety.org: Landmark Homes of Weston Across Four Centuries, exhibit April 26-July 16; Documentary Film Series and Lecture, Sun., May 31 at 2:30 at the historical society.
Westport Historical Society, 25 Avery Place; Mon.-Fri., 10-4, Sat., 12-4; westporthistory.org or 203-222-1424: Saugatuck @ Work — Haven of Community, Commerce, Innovation, featuring Robert L. Lamdin’s mural depicting Saugatuck in the 19th Century, also historic photographs and other accompanying objects; through June 14.
* Fairfield Museum and History Center, 370 Beach Rd., behind the old Town Hall; open daily, 10-4; research library open Tues.-Fri., 10-4; adults, $5, students w/ ID, $3, children 5 and under, free; info., www.fairfieldhs.org or 203-259-1598. Fashion and Fantasy: 250 Years of Wedding Dresses, Feb. 19-May 31; Creating Community: Exploring 375 Years of Our Past, ongoing exhibit. IMAGES 2015, May 14-July 19.
Osborne Homestead, antiques and fine art in a Colonial Revival house formerly owned by Frances Osborne Kellogg, open for the season May 2 through October; open for guided tours on Thur.-Fri., 10-3, Sat., 10-4, and Sun., 12-4; 500 Hawthorne Ave. off Rte. 34, Derby; info., call the Kellogg Environmental Center, 203-734-2513.
Danbury Museum & Historical Society, 43 Main St., Danbury; Wed.-Fri., 9-4 Sat., 10-4, guided tours on Sat. only; research visits by appt. only; 203-743-5200 or danburymuseum.org.
* John Jay Homestead State Historic Site, Rte. 22, Katonah, N.Y.; 914-232-5651 or www.johnjayhomestead.org: guided tours offered Tues.-Sat., 10-4; Sun., 11-4; $7/adults, $5/srs., students, free up to age 12.
Pound Ridge Historical Society, A New Look: Hiram Halle’s Life & Legacy, May 2-Nov. 29, Sat.-Sun., 2-4 p.m., at the Pound Ridge Museum, 255 Westchester Ave., Pound Ridge, N.Y.; poundridgehistorical.org or 914-764-4333.
* Darien Nature Center, 120 Brookside Rd.; free adm. Mon.-Thur., 9-4; Fri.-Sat., 9-1; 203-655-7459: ongoing exhibits.
* The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, 10 North Water St., Norwalk; 203-852-0700 or maritimeaquarium.org; open daily, 10-5 (till 6 in July and August; closed Thanksgiving and Christmas); $19.95 adults, $17.95, youth (13-17) & seniors, $12.95 children 3-12 (various combination passes avail. incl. IMAX theater): sharks, seals, river otters, sea turtles, jellies and more than 100 other species; Marine Lab, Ocean Playspace for toddlers, seal feedings at 11:45 a.m. and 1:45 and 3:45 p.m. daily; Shark & Ray Touch Pool in the new Sharks & Rays Gallery; Meerkats, special exhibit. Flutter Zone, special walk-through encounter with tropical butterflies, opening Sat., May 23, through Labor Day, Sept. 7; Jiggle A Jelly, touch-a-jellyfish exhibit, weekends. 2015 International Children’s Art Exhibit, Picture the Moment, presented by Creative Connections, May 14-Sept. 1, 120 selected works.
* Earthplace, The Nature Discovery Center, 10 Woodside Lane, Westport; open Mon.-Sat., 9-5, Sun., 1-4 (closed major holidays); adm. $7/adults, $5/ages 1-12 & srs.; free adm. to trails and property, daily 7 a.m.-dusk; interactive nature museum, live wildlife, family program on Sat.; 203-227-7253; earthplace.org.
* Audubon Greenwich, 613 Riversville Rd.; adm. $5/adults, $3/children, srs.; greenwich.audubon.org or 203-869-5272: Kiernan Hall Nature Arts Gallery, in the Kimberlin Nature Education Center, open daily, 10-5; trails and grounds open daily sunrise to sunset (occasionally closed until 9 a.m., Sept. into Jan. for land management); Oppenheimer Gallery: Masterpieces of Botanical Art and Audubon’s Birds of Prey.
* New Canaan Nature Center, 144 Oenoke Ridge (Rte. 124); 203-966-9577 (for New York Botanical Garden program reg., call 1-800-322-6924): Saturday Videos, family program every Sat. at 2; Saturday Live Animal Demonstrations, every Sat. at 3. Center open Mon.-Sat., 9-4, Sun., 9-1; grounds open dawn to dusk daily.
* Stepping Stones Museum, 303 West Ave., Norwalk; adm. $15/adults and children (under 1, free), $10/srs.; family memberships avail. Get Into It! FREE on the first Thur. of the month, 5-8 p.m.; open Tues.-Sun., 10-5 (also open Mon., Memorial Day through Labor Day); numerous hands-on ongoing and visiting exhibits and events; steppingstonesmuseum.org or call 203-899-0606.
* Stamford Museum & Nature Center, 39 Scofieldtown Rd., Mon.-Sat., holidays, 9-5, Sun., 11-5; non-res. adults $10, srs. and students (18+ w/ID), $8, children 4-17, $5, age 3 and younger, free; 203-322-1646 or stamfordmuseum.org: Dinotopia: The Fantastical Art of James Gurney, Feb. 14-May 25.
* Bartlett Aboretum & Gardens, 151 Brookdale Rd., Stamford; Mon.-Fri., 9-5, Sat., 10-5; info., 203-322-6971 or bartlettarboretum.org.
* Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Fairfield, 2325 Burr St., Fairfield; adm. $2/adults, $1/children; 203-259-6305 x109 or ctaudubon.org: 155-acre wildlife sanctuary, 7 miles of trails through woodlands, streams, meadows, marshes, ponds, open daily dawn to dusk; Birds of Prey compound; nature center w/exhibits and Nature Store, open Mon.-Sat., 10-3.
* Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo, 1875 Noble Ave., Bridgeport; generally animals of the Americas; Tropics building (open 10:30-3:30); carousel; cafe and gift shop; open daily 9-4; adults $14, children 3-11 and seniors, $10, under 3, free; beardsleyzoo.org.
Gallery in the Park at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, junct. Rtes. 35 and 121 South, Cross River, N.Y.; parks.westchester.gov or 914-864-7317: Her Nature: Four Women Artists Interpret the Natural World, on view daily 9-4:30, through July 31.
Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University, Mon.-Sat., 10-5, Sun., 12-5; adm. $9, $8/srs., $5/children 3-18; 170 Whitney Ave., New Haven; info., 203-432-5050 or peabody.yale.edu.
Sorelle Gallery, 84 Main St., New Canaan; 203-920-1900 or email email@example.com: Nature Transformed: New Works by David Hill and Ned Martin, May 7-June 2; Mon.-Sat., 10-6, Sun, 12-5.
Handwright Gallery, 93 Main St., New Canaan; handwrightgallery.com or 203-966-7660: The Ways of Water, group show, through May.
Rockwell Art and Framing, 379 Danbury Rd./Rte. 7, Wilton; 203-762-8311: Surrealist Landscape Painter Stephen Easterling, easterlinglandscapes.com; through May.
Watershed Gallery, 23 Governor St., Ridgefield; watershedgallery.com or 203-438-4387: Cuts Both Ways, papercut works of Beatrice Coron and Gregg Welz, through July 3.
The Geary Gallery, 576 Boston Post Rd., Darien; gearygallery.com or 203-655-6633: Celebrate Springtime Pastels! The Art of Gene Sparkman, May 1-31, Tues.-Sat., 9:30-5.
Altria Darien, 50 Ledge Rd., 203-662-1090: paintings by Liron Sissman (liron.com); through May.
C. Parker Gallery, 17 East Putnam Ave., Greenwich; cparkergallery.com or 203-253-0934: Art in Bloom, May 5-June 24.
The Mayor’s Gallery, 10th floor Government Center, 888 Washington Blvd., Stamford; weekdays 9-4: In Transit, new works by Yuko Ike, May 5-July 6.
Leclerc Contemporary Gallery, 19 Willard Rd., Norwalk; 203-826-8575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org: Collaboration, curated by Isabella Garrucho, featuring works by Liz Dexheimer, David Dunlop, Max Dunlop and Audrey Klotz, April 16-May 31.
Maritime Garage Gallery, presented by the City of Norwalk Parking Authority, 11 North Water St., South Norwalk; norwalkpark.org/public-art or 203-831-9063: Boom, group show by Ben Quesnel, Ruth Kalla Ungerer, Sue Benton and Charmaine Rawsthorne and others, April 29-July 31.
Amy Simon Fine Art, 1869 Post Rd. East, Westport; amysimonfineart.com or 203-259-1500: 5 from 415: Marlene Angeja; Gale Antokal; Carol Ladwig’ Bonnie Neumann; Any Trachtenberg, May 9-June 20, gallery hours, 11-5:30, Tues.-Sat.
Worrell Smith Gallery, 611 Riverside Ave., Westport; 203-297-3059 or worrellsmithgallery.com: From Where We Stand, through April. 44 Years… and Counting, Nancy Jurs and Wendell Castle, wife and husband, May 8-June 11.
Ivory Alive: Fine Art Show, 70-piece show to benefit anti-poaching, anti-ivory efforts, May 14-Aug. 14 at the showroom of Faust Harrison Pianos, 322 Black rock Turnpike, Fairfield; presented by Six Summit Gallery of Ivoryton CT; info., 860-581-8332 or sixsummitgallery.com
Burt Chernow Galleries, Lafayette Hall, Housatonic Community College, 900 Lafayette Blvd., Bridgeport; hcc.commnet.edu/artmuseum/ or 203-332-5052: Student Exhibit, art, graphic design, photography; through May 29.
The Lionheart Gallery, 27 Westchester Ave., Pound Ridge, N.Y.; open Wed.-Sat., 11-5, Sun., 12-5; info., thelionheartgallery.com or 914-764-8689: Photographer Sandra Russell Clark and Abstract Painter Evert Witte, May 2-June 30.
Le Fontane Restaurant, 137 Rte. 100, Katonah, N.Y.; 914-232-9619: Paintings by Lusandre Lee Chaudruc, through summer; changing art; info., lusandreleechaudruc.com
Cultural Alliance of Western CT, 2015 Accessible Art Series: 7 exhibits at 7 businesses, April 6-June 4; Solo Show by Tom Wolff, through July 10, Mon.-Fri., 10-4, and by appt., at the @287 Gallery & Meeting Place, 287 Main St., Danbury; information, 203-798-0760 or visit artswesternct.org.
Art & Frame of Danbury, 60 Newtown Rd.; 203-748-0197: Bloom, juried group exhibition of spring-inspired art, April 25-June 6.
Gregory James Gallery, 93 Park Lane Rd., New Milford; gregoryjamesgallery.com or 860-354-3436: Two the Point: Banjie Getsinger Nicholas and Joel Spector, May 2-June 7.
Yale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel St., New Have; Tues.-Fri., 10-5, Thur. till 8 (Sept.-June), and Sat.-Sun., 11-5; artgallery.yale.edu or 203-432-0600: Whistler in Paris, London and Venice, etchings, Jan. 30-July 19; The Critique of Reason: Romantic Art, 1760-1860, March 6-July 26.
Yale Center for British Art, 1080 Chapel St., New Haven; 203-432-3800 or britishart.yale.edu: temporarily closed, re-opening spring 2016.
Kehler Liddell Gallery, 873 Whalley Ave., New Haven; kehlerliddell.com or 203-389-9555: Incipient Speciation, featuring photographer Rod Cook and sculptor Gar Waterman, April 30-May 31.
ATCG — The Genome Project, encaustic paintings from a series by Nash Hyon, on view at the new Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, Farmington; info., 203-834-1417 or email email@example.com.