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cape eazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, AUGUST 28- MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 2009 93 The Packard Reath Gallery Residents of Lewes for many will host an opening reception years, Wehmiller and his wife, for artist John Wehmiller's ex- Paula Lawrence-WehmiUer, will hibit, Third Chapter, from 5 to 7 return to Lewes for this show. p.m Saturday, Sept. 5, in the lob- Many of the photographs in the by of the Hotel Rodney, with pi- show have been taken in the ano music by Aimee Wiest. Lewes area. Wehmiller began "SWAN'S DINGHY," BY JOHN WEHMILLER, is an example of the artist's work. photography early in life under the tutelage of his father, who al- so taught him the techniques and wisdom of the darkroom. His work has been strongly in- fluenced by photographer Paul Caponigro's peaceful and thoughtful images. Other influ- ences include photographers Michael Kenna and Paul Kozal. Wehmiller has fostered a love and enthusiasm for the beauty of the earth in generations of stu- dents at the University of Delaware, where he has taught geology for more than 35 years, His photography has been dis- played in the Lewes Fine Arts Show, at the List Gallery at Swarthmore College, The West End Gallery and the Photo Re- view. This is his first show at the Packard Reath Gallery. Tucked away in the historic seaside town of Lewes, the Packard Reath Gallery was the first of its kind in the region and continues to be a primary source for fine art photography in the corporate and professional Mid-Atlantic. One art critic de- groups. From time to time, the scribed the gallery as having "the gallery artists and staff give talks best collection of contemporary on photography. photography in the East." The new gallery space is Its mission is to encourage an downstairs in the Hotel Rodney understanding and appreciation at 142 Second St Lewes. For of fine art photography by the more information, call 644-7513 public, individual collectors, and or visit packardreathgaUery.com. IPsiu pumps used after shoulder 'surgery deliver medication that can cause shoulder cartilage to deterfoz~te. If you or a loved one used a pain pump after shoulder surgery and still ha~e pain and 8t/fS~es8, emll us now toll free at I-8OO-THI~IMd~[~ for a f~roo eonmlltat/on about your potential claim. We practice law only in Arizona, but assoc/ate with lawyers throughout the U.Sjdd ~//~ OOLDBBRG & OBBORNB ;7i7 (i-8oo.81a-siiSl ~.- www.lSOOthee le.com CAMP to host exhibit/wine ption Aug. 29 CAMP Rehoboth will sponsor a wine reception and art exhibit from 6 to 8 p.m Saturday, Aug. 29, in Rehoboth Beach for its Blind Date Revealed fundraiser. Earlier this summer, more than 400 small works of art were cre- ated and donated to benefit CAMP Rehoboth. Each artist made two works: one was exhib- ited as part of the Lott0HEART fundraiser during Fourth of July weekend, but some of the best were put aside for a later lottery program. Blind Date Revealed will be exhibited at Gallery C, 20 Balti- more Ave Rehoboth Beach ,through Monday, Sept. 21. These 5-by-7-inch works will be sold for $100 each with 100 percent of the proceeds to benefit CAMP Re- hoboth. Each work is presented anonymously (artists are identi- fied on the back); all works are sold for $100. Among the artists, over 15 percent are represented in museums or major collections, and they reside in 10 states as far away as California and Florida, with 78 residing full time in Delaware. With established artists alongside emerging artists, anyone could walk away Dancers group opens season Sept. 12 The Dover English Country Dancers will hold their first dance of the season at 7".30 p.m Saturday, Sept. 12, at the Capitol Grange Hall, 9!1 S. Governor's Ave Dover. Beginners' instruc- tion is at 7 p.m. Cost is $4 for members, $5 for not yet mem- bers. For information call 302- 697-7858 or 302-697-8366, or visit doverdancers.org. with a fantastic bargain, day and Sunday. For more infor- From the original group of mation on CAMP Rehoboth, works, about 125 remain. They contact Steve Elkins, executive will be sold on a first-come, first- director, at 227-5620 or email serve basis, cash and carry - steve@camprehoboth.com. Visa, Mastercard, Discover,For more information on Re- American Express, cash or check hoboth Beach Theatre of the accepted. Gallery C hours are 9 Arts, Gallery C or BASE, contact a.m. to 6 p.m Monday and Tues- Michele Cubbage, 227-7303, or day; 9 a.m. to 8 p.m Wednesday- email michele@rehoboth- Friday;, and noon to 9 p.m Satur- beachtheatre.com. =1 I WET BASEMENTS STINK !! I Mold, mildew and water leakage into your basement causes health I and foundation damage. What can be done to fix the problem? 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