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82 - CAPE GAZETTE Friday, July 21 - Monday, July 24, 2006 i Henry J. Evans Jr. photo Pottery artist Carmela Coleman, shown in her Rehoboth Beach studio at the slab roller, on Saturday, July 22, will demonstrate a few of the techniques used in producing bowls, places and other objects. Coleman&apos;s is one of several demon- strations in the Lewes Historical Society's Artisans on the Green series. Coleman to shape earth FRE at Lewes Historic Complex financing for 1 year! The Magic of Orthodontics... We Create Beautiful Smiles .... 00000000Orthodonbcs   Dr. Michael A. Poleck " :  " 1632 Savannah Rd., State 6 D '="" { ii, Lewes'DE (302)644-41 By Henry J. Evans Jr. Cape Gazette staff Local pottery artist Carmela Coleman will share her talents and skills at turning clay into function- al, decorative and artistic objects at one of the ongoing Artisans on the Green demonstrations on the grounds of the Lewes Historic Complex. Coleman's demonstration begins at 1 p.m., Saturday, July 22, at the complex at Second and Shipcarpenter streets. "As soon as I got my hands into clay I was a goner," says Coleman, describing how she felt when she began learning the art form in 1996 in classes sponsored by the Academy of Lifelong Living held at the Rehoboth Art League. Coleman credits pottery instruc- tor Amie Sloan - 87-years-young and still potting as her "ideal." "She's just incredible," Coleman says. Coleman now teaches at the academy and says she enjoys working with fellow potters. Her studio and gallery are in her Rehoboth Beach home. The gallery is filled with essentially one-of-a-kind pieces, all shaped by Coleman's hands. "For some reason I just can't throw normal bowls. I have to alter it in some way, add some- thing to it." she says, showing a bowl with a fish-shaped edge and other details making it a fish sculpture as much as it is a bowl. Coleman's "berry bowl" is an artistic colander, punched with holes to drain water from just- washed berries into the saucer Continued on page 83 FURNITURE Get in-store rebates on our entire collection!  ><'  ,. "%i:%:!iil:: :  :..:::: Something for every room! Come see our big savi'ngs! t,::iii i i:i:::i::il :::::::::::::::::::::::: : :: :::.. : !::i<i;iiii:iiiiti:i;iii::!': %?!?i:i:- ' :: ": .... ,-'-- = :_ ]"{{:*:. ^,  { ::/::::. FREE Set up, Removal & Deliveryl H Advertised items waive in stock when this ad was produced however guantities are limited subject to pdor sale first come first served. These instant rebates i are net applicable to prier or pending orders No other discounts or special offers are applicable to after rebate Pdces. 12 months free financin 9 on approved credit I Hi with minimum $1,000 purchase means no down payment, no montily payments, and no interest if paid off before 12 months from date of contract. No additional la charge for delivery, set up and removal on orders ever $500 or more per delivery to anywnere on Delmarva within 50 miles of Gravel Hill, DE. m f