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70 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2- May 8, 1997 RAL exhibit features long-time favorites, new faces Headlining the Spring Solo On display at Rehoboth Art League beginning Friday May 2 are the works of three artists. At top is "Environmental RAL m, a mixed media by Charles Palmer. Below is "Front Porches", a silkscrcen by Nancy Melntyrc, and under that, "The Cotton Pickers , an oil painting by Ralph Skinner. A re- ception for the work of all three will be held tonight, Rehoboth Art League offers tours to Michel00gelo/Rodin, Picasso exhibits The Rehoboth Art League is sponsoring a tour to the Michne- langelo and Rodin exhibit and a statuary tour of Philadelphia on Wednesday, June I I, as well as a tour to Washington, D.C. for the Picasso exhibit on July 24. The Michnelangelo and Rodin exhibition presents 40 works by Rodin - sculptures, models, and works on paper - most are from the Rodin Museum in Philadel- phia, while the 13 drawings and three sculptures by Michaelangelo are from the Casa Buonarroti mu- seum in Florence. The Picasso ex- hibition contains approximately 155 works which begin with his formative years, includes his Red and Blue periods, and culminates with his monumental figure pic- rares of 1906. The Michaelangelo/Rodin tour departs at 8 a.m. on June 11 from the Ames Shopping Center, Re- hoboth Beach, and will arrive in Philadelphia about 10:30 a.m. Ac- coustiguides will be provided for each passenger to better enjoy the exhibit. A guided tour of Philadel- phia's outstanding public statuary, from Fairmont Park to City Hall, ending at the Rodin Museum, is included. The tour busdeparts Philadelphia at 3:30 p.m. and ar- rives back in Rehoboth Beach around 6 p.m. The Picasso tour departs at 8 a.m. on Thursday, July 24 from the Ames Shopping Center and ar- rives in Washington about 11 a.m. Acconstiguides are available for an additional fee. There will be Coni/nued on page 71 Shows at the Rehoboth Art League is former League director Charles Palmer. Palmer's whimsi- cal creations are coupled with the photography of his wife and col- league Betty Palmer. The show is titled "An Environment of Cre- ations and Collections," by Charles and Betty Palmer. Betty Palmer, whose pho- tographs provide a counterpoint to Charles Palmer's mixed media creations, writes about their very personal approach to putting to- gether this show. "Charles and I have concentrat- ed On documenting our family's lives and time with special interest in our children: Lisa, Drew, Daphne, Brooke and Dylan, and grandchildren Heather, Leslie, Desmond, Caitlin, Phoebe and Lucy." The collection also documents their approach to collecting, fea- turing works by other artists over the years, including works by Jack Lewis and Catherine Priest. Gracing the Homestead Man- sion at the Art League are silk screens by Washington, D.C. area artist Nancy McIntyre. Her lumi- nous creations depict common scenes of the Washington, D.C. area and the Rehoboth and Lewes areas among others. "My pictures are of everyday places and the way those places reflect the people who made and use them," McIntyre noted. "I want to say: treasure those old places; don't ignore them for be- ing ordinary; take a good look while they last." Emerging artist Ralph Skinner's works will also be displayed. Skinner, a student of nationally- known artist Jack Lewis, is gain- ing recognition for his powerful portraits and landscapes, often de- picting the African-American ex- perience. He hopes to become as well-known as his mentor. "The more I paint and play with oil paint," Skinner said, "the more I learn about the way paint creates beautiful pictures - by just adding a little of this and that. That's why I work and study so hard and long .. for my dream to come true," he added. All three shows open Friday, May 2 and run through Memorial Day, May 26. The opening reception for all three shows will be Friday, May 2 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Rehoboth Art League. A performance by the Preston Memorial String Orches- "Alice in Wonderland" in Dover May 9-11 The Children's Theatre, Inc. of Dover and Kent County will pre- sent "Alice in Wonderland" on Friday and Saturday, May 9 amd l0 at 7 p.m. and on Sunday, May I 1 at 2 p.m. in the Wells Theater at Wesley College. Tickets are $3 for those up to age 12and $5 for all others. To reserve tickets, call (302) 734-9837. tra of the Delaware Music School follows at 7:30 p.m. in the Cham- bers studio. The suggested dona- Ill t ion for the performance is $5. For more information, call 227- 8408. Fine Dining Since I980 Now Open Thursday - Sunday Serving Dinner From 5:30 p.m, Continental Cuisine Currently feature: Veal, Duck, Strip Steak, Salmon and Swordfish Award w'vning wine list, fuU serv..e bar Outrageous Homemade Desserts 3 Charming Dining Rooms Non-Smoking Available Corner of 2nd & Wflmingtor Major Cards Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Reservations 302-227-6494 227-SUBS (7827) 945-8300 ] COTTAGE CAFE Have you had your blood pressure checked lately?