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74 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 14 - July 20, 2000 Archibald exhibit opens at Blue Moon; auction benefit set One of Rehoboth Beach's most colorful and accomplished artists, Murray Archibald, hosted a reception on Saturday afternoon, July 8, for his latest exhibit at the Blue Moon restaurant on Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach. The show is titled "Lifedance," which is also the name of the painting that will be auctioned off at Sundance 2000 over Labor Day weekend. At right, Archibald and Rehoboth Beach Commissioner Betty Ann Kane stand in front of that painting during the reception for the exhibit, which features 17 of his works through Ju- ly 31. "I concentrate on the colors, patterns and shapes that make up our lives," Archibald said of his paintings. "I'm an optimistic person and I think my joyful emotions, beth external and in- ternal come through." Lines and shapes cut across his not quite abstract compositions, "which reflect the patterns our lives take," Archibald noted. The jacks, an old-fashioned child's game, represented in Lifedance, for instance, "signify an awakening moment in my life." Last year, the auctioning of Archibald's painting generated $6,000 for such causes as CAMP Rehoboth and Sussex County AIDS Committee. This year's event, to be held in Rehoboth Beach Convention Center on Saturday and Sun- day, Sept. 2-3, is titled "The Super-Duper Ultra Iridescent Rainbow Revolution. For host, sponsor and ticket information, call 227-5620, email sundance@camprehoboth.com or write to Sundance2000, 39 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Beach DE 19971. Members Homemade beer Woodriiled food Live Music! -'Sh  Fri. 7/14 dlma4 Lowen & _./ Navarro Sat. 7/15 Marah ()pen 7 days M-Fat 4pm Sat & Sun at noon 320 Rehoboth Ave 302-226-BREW Continued from page 72 pathology supervisor at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Cen- ter. She now paints only in her spare time. Gallery hours are lO a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday and Saturday and l p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. An open- ing reception will from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, July 21. The recep- tion and exhibitions are free and open to the public. For more information, call 227- 8408. Joanne Alsruhe's paintings will be featured in the Home- stead Gallery during the members' exhibit. Above is her painting of Louie's Pizza. A crcat.,vc Italian cSlcD, Welcome! We named our restaurant Amor for a reason. It was born out of love: a love for cooking, a love for eating, a love for fine wines, and a love for feeding. Entr6es ranging in price from $9.95 - $16.95 Cioppino Our Specialty Early Bird Dining 4:30-6pm Whole Maine Lobster $14.95 and Prime Rib $10.95 o Award winning chef Mark Jacobson & Cindy Cook invite you to enjoy a romantic evening Reservations Suggested 57 Wilmington Avenue , Rehoboth-, 226-4727 Trish Vemon photo FREE TICKET: Available every night if seated 4 p. m. - 6 p.m. and order an adult entr6e. Cruise departs at 6 pm and 8 pm daily. ENTERTAINMENT FRI. - SAT. - SUN. - D.J. Capt. Joe 5 pm - 8 pm Johnny Walker 8 pm- 11 pm Johnny Walker 4 pm- 8 pm Lighthouse Restaurant AT FISHERMAN'S WHARF IN LEWES. 645-6271 Open Daily for Breakfast, Lunch  Dinner 6:30 AM (Sat. 6) til 9:30 PM (Fri.  Sat. 10)