HeART & Soul 2019For more than 10 years, CAMP Rehoboth has had an annual art auction of one type or another to raise money for programs. A group of popular and very accomplished artists are doing intimate works that fit anywhere just for this project called HeART & Soul.

Bidding will be open from May 4-June 1 at the CAMP Rehoboth Gallery, and interested buyers may bid for these works up to and at the June 1 Closing Bid Party. It will take place from 4-7 p.m. at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center.

Art lovers who cannot attend will be able to designate a proxy to bid for them up to a maximum bid on a specific piece of art. Bidders will need to sign a proxy form, available at the office or online and email it to CAMP Rehoboth by May 28. 

The artwork may even be purchased outright through a special “Buy Now” feature. Details are at the gallery, and potential bidders are welcome to come by to check it all out. And even non-bidders—merely art lovers!—are welcome to enjoy the art, reception, and the fun.

CAMP Rehoboth is the heart of the community and its artists, who share their amazing talents with us, are part of its soul. Visual art fits into the CAMP Rehoboth mission by using art as an opportunity to build bridges, transcend differences, and express what is universal among people.

The artists included in HeART & Soul are Sondra N. Arkin, Rod Cook, Donna Deeley, Sam Dixon, Gary Fisher, Yvonne M. Frankis, Susan Frey, Terry Isner, Jane Knaus, Jeffery Todd Moore, Aina Nergaard-Nammack, Renata Price, Barbara Warden, and Melissa Widerkehr.

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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.







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  www.DelawareScene.com.