Please visit us at Arguimbau Art Gallery before moving to our unique Greenwich location (details to follow) “Petit Artworks” by Peter Arguimbau:Thursday, January 3rd, 1:00pm to 4:00pm “Winter Season Reception”:Friday, January 4th, 4:00pm to 7:00pm “Meet The Artist” with Peter Arguimbau:Saturday, January 5th, 1:00pm to 4:00pm Wishing you a healthy, bright and prosperous New Year!Peter & Kim Arguimbau
Please Join Us For Our Annual Holiday Show Friday, December 7th 5:30pm to 8:00pm All are invited!
ARGUIMBAU ART GALLERY INVITES YOU TO OUR Annual Marine Show RECEPTION: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 5:30 – 8 PM 351 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich With works by…. Elizabeth Howard by Richard Loud Richard Loud Richard Loud is the son of a master shipwright who has painted most of his life. Largely self-taught, he specializes in historical yachting and beach scenes. Richard has won numerous awards at the International Marine Art Exhibition in Mystic Seaport since the 1980s. He is a Fellow in the […]
ARGUIMBAU ART GALLERY INVITES YOU TO OUR FALL KICKOFF RECEPTION: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 5 – 7 PM 351 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich With works by… Florals by Patt Baldino: A gifted artist whose award winning still lifes reveal her keen eye for dramatic composition and rich palette invite us to explore a pinpoint for light on a glass or a play of shadows in greater depth. We are pleased to invite her as a new vibrant addition to our gallery. Sculptures by […]
Mariner Gallery owner Peter Arguimbau stands in the basement gallery space that is modeled on the interior of the USS Constellation. [SEAN FLYNN/DAILY NEWS PHOTO] By Sean Flynn Newport Daily News staff writer Aug 13, 2018 NEWPORT — The Mariner Gallery remodeled its basement to look like the interior of the U.S. frigate Constellation, launched in 1797, and opened the new gallery space to its first show this past weekend. The new exhibit, featured in all the gallery spaces of the Colonial […]
Visit the Arguimbau Art Gallery, 351 Greenwich Avenue (near the Apple Store) during the Greenwich Sidewalk Sales. Come see our new collection of small local vignettes. Thursday through Saturday 11am – 6pm and Sunday 11am – 4pm. For more info: www.arguimbauart.com or (203) 274-6176.
Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM Arguimbau Art Gallery 351 Greenwich Ave. Greenwich, CT 06830 Show runs through June 30.
Join renowned artist Peter Arguimbau and Mianus River Gorge for an evening at Arguimbau Art, 351 Greenwich Ave., Greenwich, CT 06830 an April 19th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Peter Arguimbau is known for his portraits, seascapes, animals, and scenes from Mianus River Gorge. He will share proceeds with Mianus River Gorge from any painting or commission sold during the evening. Come learn about his old masters style of grinding pigments & mixing his own paints and see how his technique […]
Not long after clothing retailer Free People emptied its Greenwich Avenue storefront, local artist Peter Layne Arguimbau replaced it with a gallery featuring his and others’ work. Next to VW Contemporary, which also opened this fall, Arguimbau Artstands in stark contrast to its neighbor. For nearly 30 years, Arguimbau has worked out of an 1850s chestnut barn in backcountry Greenwich. His paintings in the Hudson River School style are sold in a variety of galleries, but he and his partner […]
After hosting art receptions in his back Greenwich studio for 25 years, Peter Layne Arguimbau is bringing his collection of classic yachts, local seascapes and harbors, portraits, animals and Venice to Greenwich Avenue. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, Nov. 9 from 5 to 8 p.m. Arguimbau has collected this body of work over a lifetime with subjects from the Tall Ships series in New York, including his masterful seven-foot painting of the Brooklyn Bridge, to the Eggemoggin […]
By Rosemarie T. Anner Peter Layne Arguimbau smears a dab of iron oxide on a strip of wood with a palette knife. “Look at it,” he says. “It’s a beautiful tonal sepia soup.” He mixes in a bit of powdered light-blue pigment and meshes the two substances together with his fingers. Suddenly, as if he were an alchemist, he achieves a fierce blue color with tremendous depth. He picks up one of his paintings, of a young woman with luxurious […]
Peter Layne Arguimbau smears a dab of iron oxide on a strip of wood with a palette knife. “Look at it,” he says. “It’s a beautiful tonal sepia soup.” He mixes in a bit of powdered light-blue pigment and meshes the two substances together with his fingers. Suddenly, as if he were an alchemist, he achieves a fierce blue color with tremendous depth. He picks up one of his paintings, of a young woman with luxurious dark, wavy hair that […]
by Anne W. Semmes June 2016 For years the New England marine painter, Peter Arguimbau has spent his summer months sailing the northeastern coast in search of seascapes, classic yachts, and tall ships in his 1935 classic 28-foot catboat the “Molly Rose,” outfitted as a studio. You can readily find this painter-sailor by the large black dot on his sail. “The reason for being on a boat,” the painter-sailor explains, “is you’re living at that dramatic moment when the sun […]