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Jet r=alng=wmth photo The copper etchings of Ray P. Jackson of Lewes will be featured at the St. Peter's Sidewalk Art Show on Saturday, July 6. Jackson has been creating etchings since 1961, and is well known for his portrayal of old St. Peter's Churcl , Peter's Art Show to feature. Lewes artist The Episcopal Church Women of St. Peter's Church in Lewes have selected the works of two outstanding artists to highlight their July 5 Sidewalk Art Show, according to George Chambers, HI, the event's chairman. Howard J. Eberle, an artist from York. PA, and Ray P. Jackson of Lewes, have each submitted works that will be featured during the show. Eberle, who was featured last year, has submitted a framed, signed and numbered lithograph of a watercolor that won First Award in the Pennsylvania Water- color Society's 17th National Ju- ried Exhibition in 1996. Tiffed "A Moveable Feast," after Ernest Hemingway's autobiographical book about his early life in Paris as an expatriate after World War I, the work depicts very simply a cafe that the novelist often visited in the 8arly twenties. Eberle had visited the bistro ten years before. The artist is typically concerned with realistic detail of a simple scene involving a lot of negative space. Eberle uses a layering tech- nique applying watercolor and then finishes with dry-brushing to achieve the realism. He stresses simple subjects, painted with a natural and uncomplicated style. The second artist to be high- lighted is popular local artist Ray P. Jackson, who moved to Lewes from West Chester, PA, in 1990. Since his retirement, he has been primarily involved with copper etchings, although he has been working with etchings since 1961. He is well known in this area for a portrayal of old St. Peter's Church, shadowed in the back- ground of the cemetery. The pic- ture submitted by Jackson this year is new, and also depicts St. Peter's. Jackson's copper etchings begin as pen and ink drawings, which are then transferred onto copper and covered with wax. He then use s an etching tool W exPse the copper under the wax, and places to the copper where the etching the plate in acid. The acid eats in- Continued on page 69 If could talk it would say Rehoboth Beach's Celebrated Nell American Cuisine Executive Chef Jeff Thlemann has an array of new flavors to surprise and excite you. ,qervbR  1ay-,lay from 6 p.m. //11 -/ Res00mult00tmr" . .[f liND bOUNGB 316 Rehoboth Avenue 227-4227 Mother's Day 3-9 p.m. Mom's Entre6 FREE* * 1 Dinner Entre6 per table Live Jazz Wednesday, Friday & Saturday Dinner Tuesday. Sunday &10 pn. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2- May 8, 1997 - 67 Brunch menu items featured from 10-2 Westem Eggs Poppers, Onions and Smoked Ham Spinach and Feta Quiche Selection Of Homemade Breakfast Treats induding a selection of pastries and muffins Crisp Bacon And Smoked Sausage Fresh Belgium Waffles served with assorted fruit toppings Potatoes O'bden Deluxe Omelets Made To order featuring an array of fresh toppings Menu Items Featured Throughout The Day 10-8 Sumptuous Raw Bar 0 and e sced sp,/m nsed oys, jumbo mb c) Dazzling Fruit Display featuring an array of seasonal and tropical fruits Smoked Fish And Sheflfish A splendid assortment served with a Sesame Seaweed Salad Caesar Salad topped  shaved Parmesan cheese Leaf Lettuce Salad w/th Red On/ons, Mushrooms, Spxj Peas and sweet Red Hne V'uaigrette Hot Entrees Poached Salmon Veronique topped wi Red and White Grapes and a dgne vinagrette Shrimp and Scallops New Odeans with wild mushrooms and a zesty creole sauce Roast Breast of Turkey q F'dledwianapplewalnutstufrg&toppedwihAppleJackCream Holstein Potatoes with parsley, Garlic and Parmesan Cheese Wild Rice Rorentine Sautedd Medley of Spring Vegetables Deluxe Carving Station (Roasted Top Round of Beef, Boneless Leg of Lamb) served with homemade rolls & breads, au jus and condiments items Featured For The Dinner Buffet 2-8 Only Orange Glazed Roast Porkloin on a bed d )uenne red cabbage topped with honey crange saw Cobb Salad Display:. Grilled Chicken, Onions, Diced Eggs, Avocado, Black Olives, Cheddar se, Gouda Cheese, Blue Cheese, Sprouts, Bacon And Lettuce. Served Wh Pta Ribbons, House And Raspberry Vinaigrette ' 3illed Champagne Strawberry Soup with mint creme fraiche Baked Sweet Potatoes sugar Myers rum and Kahlua A Deluxe Pasta Station  Assorted Pastas offered with an array of toppings The Grand Rnale' Visit our lavish table of homemade desserts. Featuring cakes, pies, pastries, cooides, and petite fours v FU Reservations suggested 227-0615 $4. Per linden $12.05 childr S-12 years of age f.Z children under S. L