ANDOVER -- The Addison Gallery of American Art, on the campus of Phillips Academy, turns to its extensive collection of paintings, prints and photographs in its winter exhibition season.

Eye on the Collection, on view through March 10, anchors the season and brings together well-known paintings from the collection's 18th to 20th century works by John Singleton Copley, George Inness, Thomas Eakins, Winslow Homer and Georgia O'Keeffe.

Stone, Wood, Metal, Mesh: Prints and Printmaking, on view through March 17, includes 100 woodcuts, engravings, etchings, dry points, aquatints, mezzotints and more from the collection. Works by Paul Revere, James McNeill Whistler and Andy Warhol, among others, are featured.

Frame by Frame: Photographic Series and Portfolios from the Collection, runs Feb. 2-April 14 and focuses on 20th century documentary photography by Aaron Siskin, Robert Frank, Bruce Davidson and Bill Owens, among others.

Several lectures and events are being held in conjunction with the exhibits. Visit or call 978-749-4015.

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  • WINTER TREAT: Concord Museum reprises its popular Tea & Sweets every Friday and Saturday from Feb. 1-March 30. Tea is served 1:30-2:30 and 3-4 p.m. by advance reservation only. $20 and includes museum admission to galleries and special exhibit Agriculture in Concord. 978-369-9763.
  • ART AND WINE: Registration is underway for a Paint 'n Sip Party on Sunday, March 10, at 4:30 p.m. at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts, North Road, Chelmsford. The event is organized by The Art of Wine and Tutto Bene Wine and Cheese Cellars of Lowell. Guests will paint "Purple Blooms," with instruction by local artist Tracy Levesque. $45 includes wine, all supplies and instructions. Proceeds benefit the CCA., select "Register" and go to March 10, or call 978-250-3780.
  • OUT AND ABOUT: Lowell artist Dan Rocha is featured in the New England Sculptors Association-sponsored exhibition at Bridgewater State University's Maxwell Library through March 22. Open daily. Visit for info ... Gallery of African Art, 62 High St., Clinton, hosts free tours every Thursday from 4-7 p.m. with musician and ethnomusicology expert Zach Combs of Crocodile River Music, who shares insight into the collection of African tribal artifacts and an African drum demo.

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