Best Shot AfricaIn March 2019, 40 intrepid travelers joined Murray Archibald for safaris in South Africa and Botswana. Each person has selected their Best Shot from Africa for an exhibition and fundraiser for CAMP Rehoboth. On exhibit in the gallery from June 8 - June 30 with a reception with the photographers June 22 from 1-3 p.m. All are welcome.

Proceeds from the sale of the photos will be used to support CAMP Rehoboth’s arts programing, with a portion being donated to promote, conserve, and protect indigenous wildlife that was observed while on safari.






Honey PotCAMP Rehoboth is thrilled to announce HoneyPot! The sweet and sticky lives of bears - a very "beary" art show. This exciting and unique annual event features the works of artists that depict the bear/cub community. The show will be held during the month of September, in conjunction with the Rehoboth Beach Bears Weekend.

We are looking for artists to respond to our call for art for an open group show that will run from September 5th through September 22, 2019.

Deadline for submissions: August 4

CAMP Rehoboth invites you to submit artwork for display and sale. You can to enter up to three works for consideration to be included in this show. Paintings, photographs, multimedia art, and smaller 3-D works will be considered. Artwork will be exhibited for sale in our gallery throughout September, including a special Saturday artist's reception on September 21 from 3:00 - 6:30 and during the CAMP Rehoboth Brunch for Bears event on Sunday, September 22rd.

The only mandatory requirements:

  • All pieces must be equipped with a wire backing. Pieces submitted without a wire backing (wire across the back of the piece of artwork) will not be included in the show.
  • JPGs must be submitted by August 4, 2019. Notification will be given by August 7.  

Basic guidelines:

  • Please email JPGs or other questions. 
  • Sculptures, photographs and other three dimensional artwork can be submitted for consideration. However, due to limited space - we can only accept a certain amount of these pieces.   
  • All pieces submitted must be ready for display. Three dimensional pieces must have stands and framed pieces must have a wire hanging system on the back of the piece.
  • Work needs to be dropped off at CAMP Rehoboth by August 26, 2019
  • A JPG of the picture must be sent by the appropriate deadlines.  
  • In the body of your email, you must include the following information: name, address, email address, phone, file names, title of works, mediums, framed sizes, and prices.  
  • All work will be offered for sale with CAMP Rehoboth receiving a 25% commission on work sold. There is an additional 2% processing fee for sales completed by credit card.
  • The gallery reserves the right to not display any works that are not finished in a professional manner with regard to framing, or do not accurately replicate the submitted work.

CommUNITY – Connecting Generations Through Art

CommUNITY – Connecting Generations Through Art
CommUNITY – Connecting Generations Through Art
CommUNITY – Connecting Generations Through Art is on display in the CAMP Rehoboth Gallery through March 31, 2021. To schedule a tour, email

When multiple generations come together to share their art it gives a powerful voice to both younger and long-time artists and builds a sense of community. This is the premise of CommUNITY, which features artistic voices that span generations - work by artists 55 and older and the creations of students from area schools.   

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This has been a challenging year for students, but these young people have created art to share with us. This exhibition includes students’ artwork from three area high schools that are part of CAMP Rehoboth’s Youth Programs. Even students from elementary schools are participating in the creation of art and their works are on display.   

Edward Alban, a senior at Sussex Central, created “Over the Past Year” in response to a year of isolation. Logan Farro, a student at Sussex Tech, housed a hand, heart, and flag in an old T.V. in “From the Past.” Ester Ponce Moreno, from Cape Henlopen High, has just begun to work with acrylics and created a colorful geometric abstract.    

Longtime artists have experienced challenges too and have continued to create art and share their stories. Sharon Marquart’s “The Eyes of the Heart” is about oneness, peace and love as seen through the heart. Guillermo Silveira created a digital rendering and “couldn’t be happier after talking and seeing each other in a long videoconference from different hemispheres.” Olaive Jones’ “In Our United States” contains the names of just some of the Black Americans slain in the past few years. Olaive navigates the intersections of color, lines, shapes, and textures as she creates energetic images that connect with our humanity, and the myriad textures of life itself.  

CAMP Rehoboth is focusing on themes that give light to our community’s unique history and culture, and serve to further diversity, equity, and inclusion, and build unity and understanding.. To arrange for a tour of CommUNITY, Connecting Generations Thought Art, please email  

A Celebration of Life With Pride: In Honor and Memory of Lee Wayne Mills

From June through July 3, CAMP Rehoboth hosted "A Celebration of Life with Pride: In Honor and Memory of Lee Wayne Mills," a summer exhibit and sale of Lee's works in the CAMP Rehoboth Gallery and Elkins-Archibald Atrium.  

The prolific local artist passed away in the summer of 2020 and requested that some of his works be donated to CAMP Rehoboth, and that proceeds from the sale of art be used to support CAMP Rehoboth’s Youth program, YouthUP!, as well as for art supplies and programs at CAMP Rehoboth. 


Art programs supported in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on