Women’s FEST Art Show
The Women’s FEST Art Show has welcomed many visitors to this exhibition before it closes on July 23. The show features 29 artists chosen by juror Caroline Huff, and may be viewed by appointment only at email@example.com.
Local photographer Nancy Allen is represented with Crashing Waves, a photo on canvas, while DC artist Joey Mánlapaz has received numerous accolades for her unique form of painterly photorealism, as seen in her triptych oil painting on wood, The Court of Neptune.
Artist and illustrator Rich Grote shares Dancing Clowns #2, an oil painting on canvas. Local favorite Geri Dibiase’s photo on canvas, The Moon Always Rises, beckons us to slow down and take a closer look at the world, and Lewes artist Aina Nergaard-Nammack’s #1578 Grey Sea captures an early morning landscape at Gordon’s Pond.
Award Winners XX
This exhibition features the work of the 19 Delaware Division of the Arts Award Winners, which recognizes Delaware artists for outstanding quality of work. The show will travel from the Biggs Museum to CAMP Rehoboth to appear in our gallery from August 3-30.
Cinema Art Theater (17701 Dartmouth Drive, Lewes; 302-313-4032; rehobothfilm.com) has reopened with CDC guidelines in effect and reduced seating capacity. Several films are available for streaming. Check their website for screenings, show times, and new policies.
Clear Space Theatre Company (20 Baltimore Avenue; 302-227-2270; ClearSpaceTheatre.org) has reduced seating to 100 and maintains social distancing by using cabaret tables for two or four patrons. Their summer season features Cabaret, Sister Act, and La Cage Aux Folles. Check their website for details.
Freeman Stage (31750 Lakeview Drive, Selbyville; 302-436-3015; freemanstage.org) has announced a smaller season featuring more local performers: July 17: Tribute to Elvis; 18: Eddie Sherman Show. Check their website for new show announcements.
Lefty’s Alley and Eats (36450 Plaza Road, Lewes; 302-864-6000; iloveleftys.com) has created their own drive-in movie theater—in their parking lot—showing a different film every night of the week at 9 p.m.
The Milton Theater (110 Union Street, Milton; 302-684-3038; miltontheatre.com) has reduced their seating, and has these July offerings: 18: Beatles Café; 19: Jazz & Blues Open Jam; 23: Lower Case Blues (Quayside stage); 24: Stand-Up Comedy; 25: The Janglebachs; 30: Second Time Around (Quayside). Congratulations on their 2020 Best of Delaware award in the Downstate Theater category. Check their website for updates.
GALLERIES & MUSEUMS
Abraxas Studio of Art (515 Federal Street, Lewes; 302-645-9119; abraxasart.com) features the oil portraits and landscape paintings of Abraxas. He’s offering one-on-one lessons in sketching either in person or on Facetime.
The Brush Factory on Kings (830 Kings Highway, Lewes; 302-745-2229; Facebook@brushlewes) houses a co-op of 50 local artisans and merchants—featuring the unique and unusual for your home and garden.
CAMP Rehoboth Gallery (37 Baltimore Avenue; 302-227-5620; camprehoboth.com) features the Women’s FEST Art Show—through July 23. Make an appointment to view the artwork at firstname.lastname@example.org. (See listing elsewhere in this column.)
Cape Artists Gallery (110 W. 3rd Street, Lewes; 302-644-7733; capeartists.org) is a half block from the Zwaanendael Museum and features the work of two dozen artists and their personal interpretations of life at the beach.
Gallery 37 (8 South Walnut Street, Milford; 302-265-2318; marciareedpainting.com) represents over 45 artists and artisans from around the country with fine art, wood-turned vessels, fibers, glass art, and more.
Gallery 50 (50 Wilmington Avenue; 302-227-2050; gallery50art.com) features original paintings, jewelry, glass, sculpture, ceramics, and mixed media.
Peninsula Gallery (520 E. Savannah Road, Lewes; 302-645-0551; peninsula-gallery.com) offers over 3,000 square feet of display and custom framing. They are currently featuring Evolution—New works by Nina Mickelsen—through July 19. Opening July 25: Richard Calvo Retrospective: Photographer & Mentor—through August 23.
Rehoboth Art League (12 Dodds Lane, Henlopen Acres; 302-227-8408; rehobothartleague.org) offers several exhibitions: Season: Spring—a members’ juried showcase through July 25. Opening July 17: Seasons: Summer—members’ juried showcase; 82nd Annual Members’ Fine Art Exhibit; Recent Acquisitions from the Permanent Collection; David Oleski: Prime Numbers. Check their website for details on their extensive class offerings in ceramics, stained glass, pottery, mosaic, pen and ink, watercolor, acrylics.…
Rehoboth Beach Museum (511 Rehoboth Avenue at the Canal; 302-227-7310; rehobothbeachmuseum.org) has virtual offerings to stay in touch on YouTube and their Facebook page including Off the Shelf and Golden Age of Rehoboth Beach: The Railroad Era.
Tideline Gallery (111 Rehoboth Avenue; 302-227-4444; tidelinegallery.com) offers unique gifts, Judaica, jewelry, pottery, lamps, and art glass.
Doug is the Artistic Director for CAMP Rehoboth Chorus, Director of Music Ministries at Epworth UMC, and co-founder and Artistic Director emeritus of the Clear Space Theater Company. Contact Doug at email@example.com if you want to add your events to the calendar. Check out CAMP Arts on our website at camprehoboth.com for links to all the listed theatres, galleries and museums.
CAMP Rehoboth Arts Programs are 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 DelawareScene.com