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64 FRIDAY, JANUARY 4 - MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2013 ARTS &amp; ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette "CARNIVAL," acrylic by Joyce Condry. New show, Into the Night, opens at Gallery One Jan. 5 Exhibit to feature work of 16 artists Gallery One in Ocean View announces the first art show of the year, Into the Night, which will open Saturday, Jan. 5, and run through Sunday, Feb. 24. As a challenge to begin the new year, the 16 artists of GaUery One have selected the theme In- t' The Night. To capture the concept of night has proved to be a difficult task for artists 0e/roughout the course of history. Two artists, Sonia Hunt and Pat Riordan, painted night scenes of New York City. Hunt's "Music of the Night" is a street scene with a marquee for "Phan- tom of the Opera" and theater- goers gathered below. Riordan painted "Times Square," a tight- ly designed area of tall buildings ,,ith clusters of people milling along the sidewalks. The evening lights from buildings ,d lamp posts present wonder- ful shadows on the street and dappled light across the build- ings. For Peggy Warfield, music, its melody and lyrics, inspired her to create 'A Little Night Music." In this abstract collaged work, Warfield uses symbols: circles represent the moon, silver is sk, black is the night sky and gold represents daybreak. Under all the layers she has used vin- tage sheet music. Working from their <)wn pho- tographs, four artists - ]oyce Condry, Lesley McCaskill, Laura Hickman and Dale Sheldon - painted landscapes at dusk. "Carnival" by Condry is an acrylic painting of a special sun- set she experienced in Galve- ston, Texas. She noted that the Ferris wheel, which during the daytime seemed intrusive, at dusk made a perfect silhouette against the orange and lavender sky. For her painting "Dusk at the Farm," McCaskill tookphotos over several days. She has paint- ed the farmhouse many times before, but she wanted to cap- ture the shapes of the building backlit by sunset. She discov- ered not only the rainbow sky but also bounces of orange streaking several windows and the traffic light reflected onto a metal sign for an added light dis- play. "January Eve," an oil by Hickman, shows a scene in Ocean View where the last light of day clings to the snow and sky. Finally, Sheldon painted an elongated and dynamic seascape where pelicans hover over the sea, forming interesting con- tours against a brightly colored evening sky. The public is invited to visit Gallery One seven days a week, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The popular Artisan Room features exciting textiles, handblown glass, pot- tery, glass jewelry and wood pieces by local artists. Visit, which lists art classes and more information about the gallery and artists. Gallery One is at 32 Atlantic Ave. in Ocean View. Shania Beautiful and vocal, came from a neglectful situation and ready for a forever home. Sky Friendly young girl who deserves a second chance at a happy life, Ralphie Young and playful guy who would make a great addition to any home. Charlotte Fun-loving girl looking for her forever home. Gazpacho Laid-back cat that enjoys being petted. Alvin Cute little terrier mix who would make a great lap dog. ADOPT A FRIEND FOR LIFE. I SPAY & NEUTER! "Miles" Hecksher Adopted 2009 -- SUPPORT YOUR SPCA -- The Sundberg Team 'Art & Diane Sell Sussex Cou-nty!! ..... (302) 858-2398 Cell (302) 227-9477 Office Mann & Sons, Inc. ' ,292,292(.02 && WANTED: Please donate your extra & unneeded sheets, towels & blank,00 in addition to a long list of needed supplies to tlie SPCA. They're greatly appra.eiated b, the sl)eci animals mating to b()adol)te(