Four-Artist Exhibit Opens Wednesday With Reception at George Billis Gallery

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An exhibition of paintings, many of them on maritime themes, by four artists opens today, Wednesday, Sept. 1 at The George Billis Gallery. On opening day an artists’ reception, open to the public, takes place from 4 to 7 p.m.

The exhibit has work from artists Edward Duff, Margot Nimiroski, Stephanie Reiter and Sarah Williams.

— an announcement from the George Billis Gallery

The gallery is located at 166 Main St., Westport. 203.557.9130.

Some samples of the artists’ work (each title links to that artist’s page on the gallery website, where more works can be found):

Sarah Williams

George Billis Gallery Sarah Williams East Daugherty Street

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Painting by Sarah Williams, “East Daugherty Street,” oil on panel, 24×24″, 2021, $4,300.

Stephanie Reiter

Stephanie Reiter Memorial Day George Billis Gallery

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Stephanie Reiter, “Memorial Day,” oil on panel, 6×12″

Margot Nimiroski

Margot Nimiroski, Gentle Waves, at George Billis Gallery

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Margot Nimiroski, Gentle Waves, acrylic on canvas, 60×60″

Edward Duff

Edward Duff, End of Day, George Billis Gallery

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Edward Duff,”End of Day,” oil on panel, 14×11″, $1,250

About the George Billis Gallery

The George Billis Gallery is an exhibition space with locations in Westport and Los Angeles. The gallery features work by both national and international emerging and established artists.

The New York gallery was established on March 25, 1997, and was the 12th gallery to open in the Chelsea Arts District. In 2004, George Billis opened a second location in the art district of Culver City, Los Angeles. Due to COVID-19, on Dec. 8, 2020, the New York gallery was relocated to Westport.

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