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116 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, July 21 - Monday, July 24, 2006 AR."s &amp; ENTERTAINMENT Artists to converge for 68th annual RAL exhibition Art league's event to showcase John Bayalis as featured artist The 68th annual Members Fine Art Exhibition will be held July 21 through Sept. 10. in the Rehoboth Art League's Corkran and Tubbs Galleries. An opening reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m.. Friday, July 21. Judge Karol A. Schmiegel, director of the Biggs Museum @ of American AN from 1996  until early ,=:,,,.<s++' 2005. will be i1 selecting the ii; award winffers Wood turnings by, in this year's Tom Crabb. exhibit, which will showcase a variety of quality artworks from many talented Art League artists, Schmiegel established the Biggs Museum as a major venue for the visual arts m Delaware. She has a master's degree from the University of Delaware in art history and has published numerous articles on American art. Featured artist. John Bayalis. will exhib- it his painting, Evening with Renoir. at the show. Bavalis. of Milford, has participated in many exhibitions and won numer- ous awards throughout his career, including Best in Show at the Rehoboth Art League's Fine Art Exhibition in 2005. His inter- est is in realism and his still life "Back of Dolles" by works are corn-Nancy McIntyre. posed to bring the viewer actively into the work. The arrange- ments are informal and are arranged as if the viewer has just interrupted something that has happened or is about to happen. Also on exhibit through Sept. 10 are Featured artist John BayaHs' painting, "An Evening with Renoir," will be on FineArt Exhibition. Wood Turnings by Tom Crabb and Contemporary Fiber Designs by John Gunther in the Ventures Gallery. Tom Crabb has had a varied career in the visual arts nd crafts, having worked with wood and other crafts since he was a child. He has published two books and more than 50 articles on woodworking, woodturning and design. Having participated in fiumerous exhibi- tions, he has won several awards for his work. Tom's woodturning specialties are turning on the Bias and Multi-Axis Hollow Forms. According to John Gunther, "My con- temporary hand woven pieces combine a is w geometric woven design, superimposed Most over a hand-dyed layer. The subtle har- inteq monies and dimensional effects created by porct shifting gradations of color reflect my Th interest in landscapes and natural p.henom- canw ena. ing. "I love working with color and enjoy the Th creative freedom this technique allows me dyna within the confines of a complex woven the b textile." 'sand. Beach People: Acrylic Paintings by Ga Nancy Mc!ntyre, is on exhibit in the Mon. Homestead Gallery. McIntyre. a 1972 to 4 1 graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, detai Submitted photos at the 68th Annual Members known for her silkscreen printing. silkscreen images are realistic retations of places, often stronglyqit Les or storefronts. s new exhibit, a series of acrylics on ts. marks a foray into figurative paint- paintings are inspired by the group nics of people at the beach, some on 9ardwalk. and others in the waves and [lery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., lay through Saturday and from noon ,.m.. Sunday. Call 227-8408 for more S. made its way onto several compi- lation efforts, including "Yellow Pills Volume 2 - More Of The Best Of American Pop," which also featured luminiaries such as Material Issue. the Posies and Matthew Sweet. Underground Cartoons disband- ed in 1996 and Reso took a respite from the tour circuit to focus on his solo career. His current ensemble signed to Gig Records and turned out its lat- est album, "Ordinary Life," which features a strong collection of CD were also featured on MTV's "Real World/Road Rules Challenge." For more information about the Dogfish Head perform- ance. call 226-BREW. DEWEY BEACH Bottle & Cork: 1807 Highway One. Sunday, July 23 38 Special with lower case blues; Thursday, July 27 - Shooter Jennings with Hoots & Hellmouth; Sunday, July 30 - Average White Band. For information, call 227-7272. Dewey Beach Club: 1205 Highway One. Every Thursday, Team Trivia with John Mixon. 227-0669. Continued on page 117 The Band 21, at band hails from Southern at 10 p.m., Friday, July & Eats in Rehoboth Beach. The Cape Gazette staff The Southern California-based Stephen Reso Band will perform at 10 p.m., Friday, July 21, at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats. 320 Rehoboth Ave. Namesake Reso began his musidal career in his early teens as keyboard/guitarist in various cover bands before striking out in his own band, Underground Cartoons, in 1990. The band produced an album, "Shoot For the Sky," in 1993. The CD featured several songs picked up for TV shows, including "The Real World" (Miami) and "Guiding Light." Underground Cartoons also I Stephen Reso Band returning to Dogfish H00ad July 21 By Jen Ellingsworth pop/rock songs. Tracks from the