Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
February 8, 2008     Cape Gazette
PAGE 93     (93 of 136 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 93     (93 of 136 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 8, 2008
 

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




I i i l CAPE GAZETYE - Friday, February 8 - Monday, February 11, 2008 - 93 i LHS to host Fifth Annual Fine Art Show & Sale Feb. 15-17 The Lewes Historical Society photographers showcase a ange an array of plentiful hors d'oeu- Steve Rogers, the chairman, light in her works with the sky as tmat- vres will host its fifth annual Fine Art of talents, styles and subjec and wine from local estab- says that each year the show her most vital artistic element. ter. Participants have the opi nity to meet the artists in p all weekend; however, a Sl opening preview party wi held from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. tickets are $25 in advance o at the door. The preview inc rtu- rson ,,cial 11 be The r $30 ludes Show & Sale Friday to Sunday, Feb. 15-17 at the Children's Beach House overlooking Delaware Bay, located at 1800 Bay Ave., off Cedar Street in Lewes. The more than 40 artists and lishments including La Rosa Negra, The Buttery, Jerry's Seafood, Caf6 Azafran, The Rookery, The Comer Bistro, The Vintage Caf and Bakery, Striper Bites and Incredible Edibles. The preview party provides a festive setting for this elegant evening of art. East Coast Perennials also is a supporter of the preview party evening. attracts an increase in the number of artists and attendees. Rogers added, "The Children's Beach House is a perfect venue for both artists and visitors to come and experience great art." This year's featured artist, Julie Molyneux, of Lewes, describes her work as "romanticized real- ism." She emphasizes atmosphere and Molyneux has been painting since her early 20s, beginning with watercolors and gradually transitioning to acrylics and oils. Her favorite location is Herring Point at Cape Henlopen State Park because according to Molyneux, "It's a great place to spend 15 minutes and get some peace of mind." Foggy mornings are the Continued on page 94 Submltted Julie Molyneux, the featured artist for The Le Historical Society's Fine Art Show & Sale, is shown at] Lewes studio. Molyneux has been painting since she ws 0 her early 20s. ! down by the bay RETIREMENT S LE ask us for your discount of the week. Shop early for best selection