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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 - 93 Galleries to show local, re gional artists at May 3 Lewes Art Loop demonstrations and refreshments at all galleries. The philosophy of the Lewes gallery owners i s that it's not necessary to go to cities to find great art; it's right here at the beach. Knowledgeable and friendly gallery staff and a wide range ofmediurns make the selec- tion of art accessible and fun. Eight unique Lewes galleries will participate in the Saturday, May 3 Lewes Art Loop. Lewes takes its commitment to the arts seriously, and lwice a year cele- brates and promotes art With a unique half-day event. The Lewes Art Loop, which runs from 2 to 6 p.m., features special exhibits, The Edward Carter Gallery will be showing the work of Annapolis photographer Celia Pearson during the spring Art Loop in Lewes. Pearson's work will be on display from May 1 through May 12. Pearson, a resident of Annapolis, Md., founded Pearson Photography in 1979. She has earned a national reputation for her photographs of architecture, interiors and gardens and is widely published in national magazines. In the spring of 2000, five Lewes galleries joined together to create the Art Loop. Winner of the 2001 Governor's Tourism Award for Best Partnership, the Art Loop has even more exciting events planned for this year. The second Art Loop for 2003 will be held Saturday, Sept. 13. The Cape Artists, founded in 1984 by six watercolor students of artist Howard Schroeder, cur- renfly has more than 20 members. The group is headquartered at 110 W. Third Street in a cooperative gallery that carries the work of its members, many of whom can be seen throughout town painting the village. During the month of May, "flower power" is the dominant theme. Inspired by colorful bou- quets and re-emerging gardens, the gallery artists will present for the Art Loop an array of floral watermedia paintings. Members will be on hand to discuss their work. They can be reached at 644-7733. The Edward Caner Gallery, lo- cated at the comer of Front and Market Streets, is a fine an pho- tography gallery with two loca- tions, one in Lewes and the other in New York City. The two gal- leries, working together, ensure access for their clients to the world's finest photographic artists. The Edward Carter Gallery sells only signed, original work. Owners Sally Packard and Dinah Reath are committed to working with clients at all levels of interest and encourage the ap- preciation of photography through education and monthly exhibitions by emerging and es- tablished artists working in the medium of photography. For the Art Loop, Annapolis resident Celia Pearson will be the featured artist. She has earned a national reputation for her photographs of architecture, interiors and gardens and is widely published in nation- al magazines. The gallery can be reached at 644-7513. Its website is Josephine Keir Ltd. features gallery space dedicated to the dis- play of a distinguished collection Continued on page 94 May Music Sunday Brunch Series Sunday, May 4 Fred Hughes Jazz Trio ...the way a piano should sound with jazz and pop standards Sunday, May 11 Deanna Bogart (acoustic) ...a rare single performance by a highly talented keyboardist and vocalist Sunday, May 18 Funch ...soft rhythm and blues with great vocals and piano ,5 The  Blulu4es and ,Jazz Restaurant Open Weekends Until Memorial Day Serving Dinner from 6pm Brunch 11-3 For Reservations Call 227-3674 59 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE Join LIs For Cinco De Macro ,2.I0 12 oz. Mararitas ,I.00 off all Mexican Beers iO Ave., Rehoboth Beach- S02-22/-SSEIS