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CAPE GAZET'I, Friday, March 28- April 3, 1997 - 63 Evans exhibit shouts "Hallelujah" at Rehoboth Art League tions of flowers and landscapes are hymns of unadulterated joy." Evans is based in Wilmington, but exhibits her landscapes, still lifes Saturday, March 29. Evans has been described by noted artist Gene Davis as a "hal- lelujah painter...her lyrical rendi- Artist Mary Page Evans' color- ful expressionist paintings will go on display at the Homestead Man- sion at the Rehoboth Art League and figure drawings international- ly. "Mary Page Evans's work is an example of the best that expres- sionist painting can offer." the viewer's eye can identify familiar objects, but it is the vivid colors and lively brush strokes that make these objects resonate with life," said Nancy O'Brien, executive di- rector of the Art League. "Mere descriptions don't do these works justice," O'Brien added. Evans has exhibited her work as part of the Delaware Art Museum Biennial and has had numerous solo exhibits at the Carspecken- Scott Gallery in Wilmington; the C. Grimaldis Gallery in Baltimore and the Susan Conaway Gallery in Washington, D.C. Her work is in many corporate collections including Hercules, Inc., and the collection of the Delaware Art Museum, and she was chosen to participate in an in- ternational exhibition hosted by the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Evans' work will be on view at the Homestead Mansion at the Re- hoboth Art League March 29 through April 27. Visitors may Continued on page 68 Mary Page Evans's work will be on display at the Rehoboth Art League's Homestead Man. sion from March 29 through April 27. This work is titled, 'rMustard Fields IL" Continued from page 62 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Re- hoboth Art League. The cost for members is $60 and for non-mem- bers is $70. A materials fee of $25 will be charged, and additional materials will be available for pur- chase during the class. Stockley holds a BFA from the Maryland RESTAURANT & BAR NEItV AMERIGAN CUISIN6 Institute College of Art. For more j information, call .?e 227-8408. M O N DAYS B.V.M. Sodahty luncheon I/2 Pl'lce and card partyApnl 12 Pizza  Pasta Happg Hour 4 - 7 p.m. Thursdag - Mondag Dinner from 6 p.m. I The B.V.M. Sodality will host a Spring Luncheon and Card Party from noon to 4 p.m. at St. Ed- mond's Parish Hall in Rehoboth. Many door prizes will be award- ed. The event benefits area chari- ties. To make a reservation or for more information, call 645-0356 or 227-6496. Long NecekS&t lUloabnt? B 8teamed Crabs . Seaood, $e,', ChJcken ,E Ribs II =":::i .... ::::,"*: .... i :::!:':'  :: ' ........ ..... i i !!!"!....! i;..iiiP!!; ....ii#;..  .... '' ................. .... \\; Easter Sunday Buffets Freshly Baked Muffins and Breakfast Breads Complete Omelet Station Hickory Smoked Bacon & Maple Sausage L/aks Fresh Belgian Waffle Station with Assorted Toppings Scrambled Eggs Forrestiere mr.,cr  J  mALL DAY I0.O,Ul- 7.0 PM Roasted Red Pepper & Shrimp Qulche Carving Station Roast PrUne R of Beef ond Sp-al-cut. Ginger Rum Glazed Ham Smoked Tuzkey Roulades Fresh, Stuffed Flounder Filets Deluxe Raw Bar Freshj steamed peeteat , Blue Ponte Oysters mad Morglond Blue Crob Claws Smoked Fish & SheKflsh Presentation Smoked Scallops, Slu'in. Mls. Salmon and Trout sh, Seasonal Fruit Display Caesar Salad and Field Greens Fresh, Saut6ed Seasonal Vegetable Fresh, Routed GarUc BUss Potatoes Long Grain Rice Fresh Candied Yams urith Brown Sugar,, Hmwy ond GLnger DllqF_. rl.?, Rlelv'D 2:00 JP . 7:00 PM Herbed, Routed Leg of Lamb with a Lemonortonder C/mUte9 Fresh. Poached $almon presented with copers, tomatoes, red ortfons. Smoked Salmon eanap Raw & Grilled CruditY. Freshly Baked Roll & Breads Deluxe Demmrt Table Key Lime Pie. Lemon Meringue, Chocolate Mousse. Grand Marnler Cream Pus. Chocolate Silk Pie and Cu. for the Kids! 61.00 Bloody Marys, Mimosas, Champagne, Screwdrivers available until 2:00 p.m. Reservations 227-0615 Adults, $24.95; 5-12, $12.95 Children $7.95 -- CARRY OUTS WELCOME. OPEN DALLY. 945-89oo or 227-6700 -- -- HAPPY HOUR 3 TO 7 p.m. * DRINK SPECIALS --