Spotlight on the Arts
CAMP Rehoboth Puts Art at the Heart of the Community
CAMP Rehoboth’s promotion of visual arts continues, with group art and solo shows that highlight the talent of our community. The upcoming months provide opportunities you will not want to miss. Come out to support these artists! ▼
FEST ART 2023!
April 21 - May 25
It was an afternoon of artists, energy, and friends at the April 28 FEST ART 2023! reception. Forty-three artworks by 43 artists continue to grace the walls of the CAMP Rehoboth Gallery and the Elkins-Archibald Atrium.
The works by local artists—as well as national and international artists—represent an eclectic variety of art, from representational to abstract works; from oil paintings, acrylics, mixed media, digital art, and much more. ▼
FEST ART 2023! Reception Photos
Above: Caterpillar Tree in the Pachamama by Missy Gentile; Mother of Creativity by Dee Gray.
Kim Schuler with Private Beach; Mayor Stan Mills with CAMP Rehoboth Visual Arts Coordinator Leslie Sinclair;
Art reception in the Elkins Archibald Atruim; Jane Knaus with Mist Over Rociada.
Mask Hysteria—New Works
by Murray Archibald
June 3 - 30 | Opening Reception: June 3, 4 - 6 p.m.
In June you will have a unique opportunity to see new art created by the much-loved Murray Archibald. CAMP Rehoboth is truly honored to host this thought-provoking solo exhibition. All are invited to the Opening Reception, where you can view and discuss this provocative series with Murray. ▼
CAMP Rehoboth highlights our community’s unique history and culture, and serves to further diversity, equity, and inclusion by building unity and understanding. Exhibits may be viewed Monday-Friday (10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.). You may view and purchase the art on the CAMP Rehoboth website under the “SHOP” heading.