Les Beaux Arts Gallery

Each month Les Beaux Arts Gallery exhibits artwork of a local artist, thanks to the vision and hard work of Gallery Curator Mirella Hajjar. The Gallery is located in the hallway directly through the Sanctuary and is open Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., closed Saturday. Check the Church calendar for information on the current exhibition.

Current Exhibit

Human Rights through the Eyes of Students
January 21 through February 28, 2018
Read an interview with Mirella Hajjar about the exhibit

Exceptional works of art created by Greenwich Academy and Brunswick upper school students will be featured at Les Beaux Arts Gallery beginning this Sunday. Present a theme on human rights to young people and a whole new world unfolds in front of your eyes. Their unique vision and power of perception transcend all notions of adult creativity; their bold minds and driven intuition elevate the ordinary details of life to the extraordinary. The showcased art works are intense, passionate, and very personal. They are digitally produced prints with very diverse subjects, as each student draws on what mostly touches her or his heart.


Previous Exhibits

June Greenspan, People and Places

June Greenspan, an award-winning photographer specializing in portrait imagery, will be featured at Les Beaux Arts Gallery opening Sunday, December 3, and running through January 17, 2018. Greenspan ran a Portrait Photography studio in Armonk for many years but now she devotes her time to traveling and pursuing her fine art work. Her experiences with all the different cultures and people she has met, combine to make the images she creates. In her own words, she discusses her artistic process: "My images are born of several photographs. I record what I see all around me and try to capture the mood, color and light of the scenes that grab me. My goal is to tell a story after recording many photos from an experience as I wander. I am an artist of the digital age but have a longing to translate my imagery in more traditional style as though crafted from an earlier age."

Joseph Fama, The Inner Soul-Capturing Nature's Wonders 

A nature lover and romantic landscape artist, Joseph Fama will be featured at Les Beaux Arts Gallery to complement the mesmerizing colors of the New England autumn.
The exhibit runs through Thursday, November 30.

Fama is master of natural light. "I am a visual translator expressing my feelings with color and brush strokes to move someone's heart,” he explains. He always starts with plein air color sketches and completes his oil painting in his studio. Like a hunter, he is on the lookout for picturesque scenes and he says that it is a challenge to capture nature with all its wondrous colors and subtleties of shade-dark and light. Fama attended Pratt Institute, School of Visual Arts, and is a member of the American Artist Professional League and Oil Painters of America. He exhibits extensively throughout the nation and he presently conducts private group art lessons.

Taras Borovyk, My Journey through Colors


Members' Exhibition


Dolores.R. Santoliquido: How I See It

Heather Sandifer: Of Two Minds, Monotypes and Abstracts


Fred Mason: Drawings and Paintings

Emilio Grossi: Photographs – James Brown on My Mind

Anne Strasberg: Naive-primitive Paintings

Hazel Jarvis: Terra Nova, Maps and Landscapes

Yukio Ishizuka: Positive Outlook

Richard Levine: Common Ground

Bob Seaver: Chinese Brush Painting

Robin Joyce Miller: Who Do You Say That I Am? A Man Called Jesus

Randy Williams: Visual Voices

Arto Szabo: Wild Serengeti