Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
March 19, 2004     Cape Gazette
PAGE 100     (99 of 147 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 100     (99 of 147 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 19, 2004
 

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




I00 - CAPE GAZEXTE, Friday, March 19 - March 26, 2004 New Jersey artist to -host workshops in Cape May Nancy J. Or;, well known pho- ographer of architecture and andscape, will coordinate the qew Jersey Heritage Workshop et during April inhistoric Cape Clay, N.J. Participants in all the workshops will focus on the ac- tivities, architecture and natural environments of the seaside town. In addition, Gerry Heyd( of Plainfield, along with Stan Sper- lak of Cape May and Miehele ....... .................................. Subm .Jd photo Workshops in photography, painting, pastels and journal- ing will be held this spring in Cape May. Instructor of the Landscape and Architecture Photography workshop, Nancy Dri, took this photograph. Bernstein from Linden, will lead a series of fine art workshops in Cape May, lne series mcmttes Sketchbooking and Outdoor Landscape Painting workshops by Heydt; Pastels by Sperlak; and Vi- sual Journaling by Bernstein. The Heritage Workshop gets underway April 14-18 with the Cape May Photography Masters Workshop, led by Harvey. Stein, noted professional photographer, teacher and author. The workshop is designed for intermediate and advanced photographers and will highlight the techniques and ap- proaches used by Stein to create a portfolio of images from the Cape May area. The cost is $300. A recent addition to the work- shop is Creative Photography Techniques, taught by Or; April 18-21. The workshop will provide insights into Polaroid manipula- tion techniques and Polaroid transferring techniques. No pho- tography experience is necessary. The cost is $250. Hand-Painted Photography will be led by Carolyn Bross, a popu- lar and experienced teacher and exhibitor. Students will learn to enhance their black and white photographs with many media, in- cluding oils, pastels, pencils, chalk and markers. Bross and Or; will conduct evening critiques and outdoor photo shooting ses- sions. The tuition is $250. Or; will also lead Landscape and Architecture Photography with Alternative Cameras. The workshop will provide insights into the many. different kinds of alternative cameras including but not limited to pinhole cameras, disposable cameras, Widelux and other panorama cameras, the Hol- ga and Diana cameras, digital Division of arts announces fellowship recipients The Delaware Division of Arts DDOA) has announced that 14 9elaware artists have been award- ed Individual Artist Fellowships in fiscal year 2004. Cape Region artists .awarded fellowships in- clude Donald Norton of Rehoboth Beach, who was awarded a $5,000 grant in the Established Professional category for creative nonfiction; and Bryan Campanel- li, Lewes, visual arts - photogra- phy; Elizabeth Dolan of Rdhoboth Beach, poetry; and John-Mark Gleadow, Lincoln, painting; all of whom received $2,000 awards in the Emerging Professional cate- gory. Fellowships provide funding to Delaware creative artists working in the visual, performing, media, interdisciplinary, folk and literary arts; and are designed to enable recipients to pursue advanced training, allocate working time, purchase equipment and materials or fulfill other needs that allow them to advance in their careers. In addition, fellowships acknowl- edge the artistic achievements of .recipients; helping them provide the iecognition and exposure that artists need to successfully pro- mote their work. A total of 69 artists submitted fellowship applications for the fis- cal year. Out-of-state, nationally recognized professionals, repre- senting each applicant'sdisci- pline, evaluated the applications in a procedure designed to remove bias. Their recommendations were then forwarded to the Delaware State Arts Council for funding. Fellowship recipients are re- quired to present to the public ex- amples of.work accomplished during the fellowship year. This may be an exhibit, performance, screening, publication, public reading, recording or other pres- entation appropriate to the artist's discipline. For more information, visit www.artsdel.org. cameras and the manipulation of tional material. The cost for this Polaroid SX-70 and 600 film im- ages. /'11 LUUIIL WIlL 111 tllt opportunity to try a variety of cameras. The cost of the work- shop is $300. Black and white film and processing will also be provided for all formats. The last photography work- shop, Digital Photography, will be taught by Dot Kuehn and is de- signed for the beginner or inter- mediate photographer. Students will have the opportunity to sort through the often overwhelming choices in cameras, printers and software. The cost of $250 in- cludes location shooting, feed- back, discussion, downloading and software packages and print- ing and emailing photographs. In he fine art workshops, Sketchbooking will be held April 21-23. During this workshop, Heydt will cover small scale pen, pencil and watercolor paint box sketching. Cape May has many inviting and varied subjects for sketching in a relaxed atmos- phere, with the surroundings of the Tulip Festival providing add;- workshop is $195, J[ Kldkl/l,,,ILJkl 111 LII L.JU-[14.7./ v. 111 be offered April 24-27. This is a comprehensive plein air painting workshop for artists with varying levels of experience. Heydt will share practical advice on painting outdoors, together with instruc- tion for direct painting. The cost for this workshop is $250. The Pastel workshop will be held April 18-21 and will begin with an overview of the basics of drawing, as this is fundamental to all successful works of art. The environment will be casual, with a focus on sharing as many tech- niques and tips as possible, along with all sources for materials. De- pending on the weather, there will also be an opportunity to join Sperlak before the regular ses- sions each day to paint the sun- rise. Sperlak will help students understand all the integrated ma- terials associated with pastels, such as fixatives, papers, water and framing. The cost for this workshop is $250. Continued on page 102 Italian & Seafood Restaurant Daily Early Bird Specials from 6 to 6 pm Plus Nightly Discount Specials & Kids Menu Live Entertainment for Your Dining Pleasure Thursday & Saturday TV Bar Features Happy Hour Specials Nightly from  to 6 pm Lunch Served Son-- FrL 11:30 am to 2 pin Catering for all occasions in our Tuscany room Or off premise 101 SAVANNAH ROAD, LEWES Open Daily at .Opm, For Reservatio,s Call 645-1980 X I00eautiful good and ,Spirits "EAT LIKE A ROCK ST,00,R" 1[ 1 7111111111mmllllllllll]l ........... ...... fIll--00Hll ......