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42 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 2 - June 8, 1995 Dennis Forney photo Diver art on exhibit at Back Porch Cafe Seventeen oil paintings, on canvas and wood, by Wilmington artist Jeanie Diver, are on dis- play during June at the Back Porch Care on Rehoboth Avenue in Rehoboth Beach. The paint- ings, which are for sale ranging in price from $300 to $8,000, include still lifes, the languid leopard shown here with Diver, and a number of human figures and landscapes. The influ. ence of Brandywine school artists Howard Pyle, N.C. Wyeth and ]30 Bartlet shows strongly in this collection of Diver paintings. Many possess the magic and warm natural Ught of me- dieval illustrations. "I consider myself a figurative painter working in the spiritual and mys- tical realm," said Diver. "To the extent that I am challenging myself with condensing the pow- er of Hght, I consider myself an iiluminist. And I work with the symbolism of Hght to get into the spiritual realm." The public is welcome to enjoy the Diver paintings at the Back Porch. 3un 3amily Dining Restaurant & Pizzeria Route 24 Peddler's Village Open Year 'round 6:30 A. M. 302-945-7200 Ag museum in Dover extends Farmer's Decoy Exhibit The popular Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village exhibit, "The Farmer's Decoy", featuring ex- amples of working decoys from the late 1800s to the 1950s, representing the various styles and materials used in the region, has been extended until June 15. Exhibit goers may explore the intricacies and me- chanics of gunning for wildfowl through the century and examine the procedures and techniques used in carving the decoys. Admission is charged. The AG Museum is planning adifferent hands-on activity or demonstration related to the 19th century each Saturday in June. On Saturday, June 10, Bill Cox and the Mason Dixon Grass bluegrass band will perform at 1 and 3 p.m. This top-rated band includes Bill Cox on the five- string banjo; Francis Elliot on guitar and vocals; Randie Rineer on the fiddle; and Pete Banbridge on acoustic bass. This concert is funded, in part, by Lou Deneumoustier of Disc Collector Publications. The Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village is located just south of Delaware State University on Rt. 13, Dover. For information call 302-734-1618. When visitinq the Delaware beach resorts, enjoy the historic and romantic charms of Kewes, the first town in the irst State. illigan's Harborside offers upscale dining on the picturesque ewes harbor at reasonable fare. Seafood specialties and traditional favorites with a Caribbean twist prepared by Chef ill Wilson, graduate of The Culinary gnstitute of tmerica, have many guests returning seve/al times during their visits to the resorts. Whether it be lunch on our sun dappled deck, dinner under our illuminated weeping peach tree, or dining in our intimate Caribtoean inspired dining room, your vis- it will k one of the most memorable of your stay. Enjoy our waterfront bar, fabulous frozen island drinks and ship top otoservation deck as the sloops, sport-fisherman and other vessels cruise the harbor before you. (. Patrick Shehan Iil Proprietor Open Days or lunch and dinner Starting at 11 FI)Y! 645-866 Announcing Two New Restaurants/ 1/2 Price Entres | Every Thursday [ Happy Hour - All Night Long I BEERS el J .Treetops Fine Dining In The Most Romantic Garden Setting You Can Imagine! Wide Selection of Seafood. ERIC & SHAWN WILL BE BACK FRIDAY NIGHT WITH THEIR JAZZ COMBO Serving At 5:00 p.m. Everyday The 9w Dinner Bell Inn 2 Christian St., Phoboth CallUs At 7-,.61 For Pservations , 1[ I 1tt, Itt, fi'l