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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, MARCH 27 - MONDAY, MARCH 30, 2015 79 Deadline to register is Wednesday, April 15 The Rehoboth Art League is in a representational manner. offering a class by internation- Inspired by the Old Masters, Ty- ally renowned artist Tim Tyler ler's skills and technical ability to at the RAL Henlopen location " achieve high levels of realism are from Monday, May 18 through impressive, yet it is his visual wit, Friday, May 22, titled Still Lifes use of satire and clever method From Life. of social commentaries that he Tyler started painting in first weaves into his compositions grade and by age 16, his workwas that elevate his works above consigned to art galleries. When practicing realist artists. A re- he was 20, his work was in galler- spected professional artist, Tyler ies in Scottsdale and Dallas. Tyler has a distinctive career and re- has shown in over 40 galleries ceived honorable recognition for and 34 states. In 1993, signature his work from notable authorities membership was bestowed on and leaders in the arts such as the him by the founder of the Oil late Charles Banks Wilson." Painters of America. He exhib- Tyler's website sums up his /ted in an unprecedented nine work as, "Irreverent or corned/c, national OPA shows, increasingly edgy with underly- Aaron Jones, interpretations ing meanings, his production is manager at Crystal Bridges Mu- dominated by figurative work. seum of Art, says, "Tim Tyler is Scores of books and maga- a contemporary artist who works zines include his creations. Not ) More information: rehobothartleague.org content with vague allegorical imagery, his paintings are often rather implicit regarding the message underlying the visu- als." For more information about Tyler and his work, go to http:// tctyler.com. The oil painting class will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day and is appropriate for beginners to the master level. Students will paint still lifes from setups with many props supplied by the instructor. Using a palette knife in conjunction with vari- ous brushes forpowerful effects, students will be capturing the essence of the items. Some stu- dents may complete four or five works and some perhaps only two depending on the experience as well as the finish desired. Ty- ler will also demo for two hours twice, early in the class. The deadline to register is Wednesday, April 15. Register online by calling 302-227-8408. For all information on upcoming exhibitions, events and classes go to www.rehobothartleague. org or connect on social media: Facebook, [nstagram, Pinterest and Twitter. RAL programs are made pos- sible, in part, by grants from the "HAPPY HOMEMAKER," oil on linen by Tim Tyler. Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency dedicated to nurtur- ing and supporting the arts in Delaware, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. Student art featured at Mispillion Art League Support young artists from Milford Middle and Milford High schools, the Milford Boys & Girls Club and M/spill/on Art League by attending an opening reception for a student art show from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Friday, March 27, at the M/spill/on Art League, 5 S. Walnut St. Prizes will be awarded at the reception for 2D and 3D art and best in show. The show will continue through April 11. For more information contact M/spill/on Art League at 302-430-7646 or go to mispillionarts.org. 213 Anglers I I. 302.645.6888 Peninsula Continued from page 74 the Strathmore Art Center in Bethesda, Md. In her abstract and semi-abstract compositions, Pavlik makes use of fabric she has dyed, sometimes over dyed three times over to achieve a richness in color not unlike a painter does when creating her palette. Once she has created a series of shapes in fabric, Pavlik says, "These are moved around and around till I feel I have attained a composition that evokes move- ment, tension and a desire to continue to look at the work." Bowman Friedlander received a degree in art hi tory from Johns Hopkins University. She is a self-taught quilt maker whose ',Pickup Stix" by Leslie Bowman Friedlander. contemporary wall hangings have won numerous awards, including a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Fellowship award in crafts. In her work, Bowman Fried- lander creates one-of- a-kind and limited-edition quilted wall hangings using a variety of cot- ton fabrics that she hand dyes multiple times to build up an intensity of color. The works are pieced together with a sewing machine, but the quilting to finish the piece is done by hand. Her pieces com- bine a richness of color with a strong repetitive geometric pattern often arranged to give a three-dimensional quality to the pattern. The exhibition extends till April 28. The Peninsula Gallery, at 520 E. Savannah Road, is currently in its 19th year and presents the work of more than 20 local, re- gional and infernational artists. The gallery also provides fine art framing and restoration ser- vices. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday. Framing consultations are available Tuesday through Saturday. The gallery is closed Monday. Phone 302-645-0551 or go to www.peninsula-gallery. com. FRIDAY: 3/28 IM: Sttrf Join us Friday, April 10*in the Lewes Room at 7:30pm for a fea x, ln9 Del Angels and The Jersey Jukebox Tickets: $25 Call 302.645.6888 for info. $10 S :: 88 BURGER W/CHOICE OF SIDE : WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: GRILLED CHEESE $7 ~5 DOGFISH DRAFIS & : : YOUR CHOICE BOTTLES . OF FLAVOR