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94 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 Josephine Keir Ltd. fea- tures gallery space dedicated to the display of a distin- guished collection of fine ori- ental rugs, textiles, antiques and' fine art. Art Loop Continued from page 93 of fine oriental rugs, textiles, an- tiquesand fine art. Unique carpets from Turkey, Egypt, Romania, Iran and Nepal are exhibited. In addition to being an art form for the floor, rugs/textiles are also dis- played as wall art. The spontane- ity and unpredictability in many of the handcrafted village rugs are considered contemporary folk art as well as artfully crafted decora- tive furnishings. The showroom, located at 998 Kings Highway, just south of Cape Henlopen High School, is enhanced by a collec- tion of English watercolors. Dur- ing the Art Loop, lectures will be Jim and Lynn Lemyre's "Voyage in Tuscany," on display at Thistles Gallery, will be among the works of art featured during the Lewes Art Loop, set 2-6 p.m., Saturday, May 3. presented at 2 and 3:30 p.m. on village weaving. For more infor- mation or to reserve a place at the lecture, call 645-9047. The Peninsula Gallery celebrat- ed its seventh anniversary in March with almost 5,000 sq. ft. of display space is one of the largest galleries in Delaware. A variety of original work by local, regional and international artists are al- ways on display in the main gallery, and there'is a large exhibi- tion space where the work changes monthly. Gallery owners Carol and Tony Boyd-Heron rep- resent the work of more than 50 artists. During the Art Loop, the gallery will feature th.e work of Lancaster, Pa. artists Regina Mar- tin-Rodger and Fred Rodger, a husband and wife team who both like to work in a series. Titled Saints, Symbols and Seasons, their work will include whimsical reinterpretations of 14th and 15th century altarpieces. The gallery also provides custom framing. Lo- cated across the canal at 520 East Savannah Road, the gallery can be reached at 645-0551. A stroll down Second Street will bring visitors to four gal- leries, all with very unique collec- tions of arts and crafts. The Nichol Gonzon Gallery, lo- cated at 142 Second Street, fea- tures paintings by owner Gonzon, Phil Miller, Abraxas, Jennifer Comero, Phil Miller, Linda Collins, Bill Post, Sandy Weld, Christopher Grove and Mig Rear- don. Also on display are wood burnings by Rob "Mongo" Lucas and Dean Lynch, decoys by Dave Hartnett, glass etchings by Steve Passika, hand painted gourds by Sandy Venters, custom furnish- ings by Tom Marshall and a selec- tion of sculpture from the Stuart Kingston Gallery. Gonzon and Phil Miller will be the featured artists. For more information, call Continued on page 95 l l l NOW OPEN Celebrating Our 16th Year Fine Dining in a Fun & Romantic Setting Highest Quality Meats & Seafood Fresh Maine Lobster, Rack of Lamb, Filet Mignon, & The Freshest Seafood; All prepared with Culinary Flair Award Winning Wine List Please Join Us OPEN THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY FOR DINNn FOR RESERVATIONSe CALL 302-227-3887 22 WnINGTON Av. (oN THE mBACH BLOCK) VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.LALALANDRI/S.TAURANT.COM I SUNDAY .lam ~ 2 Reservations Suggested