"Three," the September Show at DeBlois Gallery, features the artwork of Izabella Casselman, Ellen Blomgren and Virginia Stone. The show continues at the gallery on 134 Aquidneck Ave. in Middletown through Sept. 29. Hours are 1-5 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. For more information, call 401-847-9977 or visit www.debloisgallery.com.

The Dedee Shattuck Gallery presents "Dutch Colorists," a group show including the work of Barbara Rink, Daniel Mullen, Pieter de Bruyn Kops, Rob Bouwman, Willem van der Weide and Neil Fortune. These artists, all living and working in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, represent an exciting new artistic movement: their work revolves almost entirely around color. Color is the defining principal, the starting point, and abstraction blossoms from there. This show captures a bright phenomenon rippling through the studios of Amsterdam. The exhibition will run through Sept. 29 at the Dedee Shattuck Gallery, 1 Partners Lane, off 865 Main Road. For details, visit www.dedeeshattuckgallery.com

"Les Trois Dames," the September exhibit at the Greater Fall River Art Association features the work of Natalie Medeiros, Laurie Raposa and Donna Scott. The Greater Fall River Art Association is located at 80 Belmont St, Fall River. Exhibit is free and open to the public. The exhibit runs through September. Gallery hours: Fridays 2 - 6 p.m.; Saturdays and Sundays 11 - 3 p.m.

Tiverton Four Corners’ Gallery at Four presents exceptional works from the studios of eight brilliant artistic talents with LAND •SEA•SKY, featuring paintings inspired by the beauty and wonder which surrounds us. The exhibition features figurative, suggestive and abstract paintings in oil and mixed media from the studios of Joyce Converse, Gay Von Henneberg Gillies, Joan Jardine, Gregor Kammerer, Tom Martinelli, and Michael Walden. In addition, the gallery is thrilled to welcome distinguished artist and designer, Tiverton’s Elizabeth Jackson and Boston’s Ann Turley for their Gallery at Four debuts.The exhibition continues through Oct. 13. Gallery hours: Monday by appointment, Tuesday - Saturday 10:30 - 4:30, Sunday 12 - 4:30.

A new exhibition of Dutch and Flemish maritime art and culture is on display at the New Bedford Whaling Museum this summer. De Wind is Op! Climate, Culture and Innovation in Dutch Maritime Painting is on display through summer 2020. The Whaling Museum stewards one of the most important collections of maritime Dutch and Flemish paintings and prints outside of the Netherlands, and will showcase a selection within the exhibition while exploring the collection through the lenses of wind, climate, and the sea. The Whaling Museum is located at 18 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford. Additional information can be found at www.whalingmuseum.org or by calling 508-998-0046.