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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, JANUARY 24- MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014 6] The. K!t.chen to 00ost Paired4Art exhibition Feb. to March 14 Buck, Strum are featured artists The Kitchen at Paynter's Mill announces a new exhibit of origi- nal art. The public is invited to an opening reception from 1 to 3 p.m, Saturday, Feb. 1, at the res- taurant just off Cave Neck Road near Milton. Artists displaying works are Anne Buck, watercolor artist, and Jerry Strum, pastel art- ist. The paintings share subjects, but each artist interprets the subject uniquely. "Ready for My Close Up," pastel by Jerry Strum. Buck is primarily a water- colorist focusing on portraits, landscapes, and florals. Her sec- ondary media of choice is pastel. All of the work reflects an im- pressionistic style. Buck has a bachelor's degree in ornamental. horticulture and landscape de- sign and a master's degree in biology education. STRUM IS PRIMARILY A PASTEL ARTIST FOCUSING ON LANDSCAPES IN AN IMPRESSIONISTIC STYLE. She is a retired teacher from Cape Henlopen School District and has followed her passion for painting as a second career. She has studied watercolor with such nationally recognized artists as Mary Whyte, Charles Reid and Mel Stabin. The Rehoboth Art League and Milton Art Guild exhibit her work along with pe- riodic exhibits at The Kitchen, Savannah Inn and Ocean Atlantic Real Estate office in Bethany. Visit www.annebuck.com. Strum is primarily a pastel art- ist focusing on landscapes in an impressionistic style. He has a bachelor's degree in education with a minor in art and a mas- ter's degree in special education. After a career as a teacher, prin- cipal and supervisor in Maryland and Delaware, he returned to his passion for art. He has found the Rehoboth area a source of inspi- ration. Strum studied art at the University of Delaware, Towson University, Clarion University and Hood College. He has taken classes with international artist Vo Dinh, watercolorist Ken Hos- mer and local pastel artist Nick Serratore. His work has been ex- hibited at Rehoboth Art League, Milton Art League, Beebe Hos- pital Beneft, The Kitchen and the YMCA. The show will be on display through March 14. The Kitchen is open from noon to 9 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, with a 4 to 6 p.m. happy hour. The Kitchen at Paynter's Mill is on Cave Neck Road just west of Route 1. "EWES," WATERCOLOR by Anne Buck. SUBMITTED PHOTOS Visbal Continued from page 66 time-consuming and antiquated enlargement methods. The light- weight, digitized form is easily handled, cut and adjusted at the artist's will. "Goddess of the Sea" is the first procurement of the Myrtle Beach Downtown Public Art Initia- tive, created to commission the "Goddess" work and to reinvent the landscape of Myrtle Beach through art. Visbal is a member of the National Sculpture Society and the American Women Art- ists. Visbal was one of the last apprentices to attend the pres- tigious Johnson Atelier foundry adjacent to Grounds for Sculp- ture Park in Mercerville, N.J. After 32 years, the Johnson Atelier closed in summer 2004 amidst the flurry of an aluminum pour. The Atelier, affectionately called so by its apprentices, was world renowned for its appren- tice program in the study of lost-wax (cire perdue) casting. Visbal has worked from a mod- eling studio at the Nassau Valley Vineyards near Lewes since January 1999. The 6-foot-7-inch model is available in a limited edition of five The miniature model can be viewed online at wwwxisbalsculpture.com. R ES TA UR AN iT i  GREAT FOOD & A BEAUTIFUL VIEW! OVERLOOK/NG THE INDIAN RIVER BAY Open Wed., Thurs. and Fri. 11 a.m. Sat. & Sun. 8 a.m. Breakfast Feast your eyes on local art. 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