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136 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, September I - Monday, September 4, 2006 Toni? Continued from page 134 Academy of the Fine Arts for four years. He was an exchange stu- dent to Paris for a semester. By the mid-'90s, he had become a full-time painter. Selling primarily in Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Philadelphia, Letonoff said his work appeals primarily to an urban audience. His work is repre- sented locally by Thistles Fine Art in Lewes and Aerie Art Gallery in Rehoboth Beach. He plans to exhib- it at the upcoming group shows at LETONOFF the Lewes Canalfront Park next month and in December at the Children's Beach House in In his pastel called "Autumn Backdrop," Nick Serratore captures the dramatic colors of a late afternoon in fall. Lewes. Letonoff can be reached at 645- 6614 or 229-2928, or by email at Serratore finds serenity Nick Serratore work with pas- tels in his basement lstudio at 35866 Spinnaker Circl in Wolfe Runne. This is his fourth year on the studio tour. Most known for his award-winning landscapes, Serratore is beginning to branch out into other areas. "I'd like to do some more abstracts toO," he said. "Contemporary abstracls - big, so i J they catch people's attention." He's experimented with three of them in a recent show, saying they seemed to be well-received. He's also longing to add to his reper- toire more works based on figures, but SERATrORE acknowledges he'll have to dedi- cate specific time to work on it. In the meantime, he's enjoying land- Labor Day Sale This 00i00eekend Onl):! 70% 0rF SELECTED CLOTfllNG 40% off ALL SANDALS INCLUDING ., scapes and noting they've under- gone some subtle changes during the last year. "My landscapes are richer, less fussy," he said. "There's more of a calmness to them." Serratore enjoys feeling more relaxed now that he's able to paint full time, and he senses that his serenity is coming thrOugh in his work. Serratore is pleased to be hav- ing his first show outside of Delaware, at the Lavender Hollow Gallery in Frederick, Md. next month. He'll also participate in Continued on page 143 ,Ill |