SEANCOREY Art Gallery Opens in CAMP Rehoboth Courtyard
SeanCorey Art Gallery is a collaboration by two friends who met at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. The gallery is now open in the CAMP Rehoboth courtyard.
Since 1990 the two artists have been making artwork together. Sean and Corey owned their first gallery in Baltimore from 2000 until 2005. They recently moved to Rehoboth Beach, but coronavirus stopped them from opening in early Spring. However, the gallery is finally open and ready for patrons.
According to Sean and Corey, “no one really knows who we are yet, or our philosophy about art.” The artists believe art should be accessible to everyone of all walks of life, with artwork available at all different price points.
“You shouldn’t have to be wealthy to afford art; you should be able to have good, beautiful, inspiring art at affordable prices. That’s the philosophy of SeanCorey Gallery,” says Sean.
Sean and Corey want to be a part of the community and give back to the community. A portion of sales will go to Camp Rehoboth and AIDS Delaware. “We want to give back to the same community that has helped us over the last 16 years.”##
Browseabout to Host Author Ann Evans
CAMP Rehoboth Volunteer Coordinator Ann Evans is a published author, with her memoir, These Fragile Wings, to be celebrated at a July 11 book signing at Browseabout Books on Rehoboth Avenue.
Evans, a member of the Rehoboth Beach Writer’s Guild, will be at the shop from 10 a.m. till noon on July 11 to sign copies of the memoir.
Explore with the author the question “how did we get here?” If I’d turned right that day, if I’d rinsed the coffee pot out before I left, if I hadn’t made that remark…. There are so many questions in one’s life, multiplied by thousands across the lives we intersect. The book touches lightly on the current issues we face dealing with racism, poverty, women’s rights, and gay rights in a tender story spanning 60 years.
Democratic Primary Information
Concerns about the safety of in-person voting in the face of the coronavirus pandemic prompted Delaware Governor John Carney and the state Department of Elections to delay the primary and school elections dates and to make absentee ballots available to all eligible Delaware voters.
- The presidential primary election is delayed until July 7.
- The state primary elections are September 15.
- The school board elections are set for July 21.