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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6 - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 75 Lewes Artists' Studio Tour set for Sept. 21 Eighteen regionally and na- tionally acclaimed Lewes artists will again open their studios from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 21. This is a unique op- portunity to meet artists in their studios, see them at work and perhaps win an original piece of art that will be given away in a drawing at the end of the day at each studio. There is no charge for taking the tour. A resounding success in years past, the Lewes Artists' Studio Tour showcases the diverse tal- ent in the Lewes art community and gives the public a chance to explore and discover the variety of media presented by these artists. Paintings, textiles, pho- "TANGLER, RED CRAB SHACKS" by Jean Doran, tography, jewelry, wood, mosaics and mixed media represent the diversity of their art work. The artists again opening their studios on the tour include: Bar- bara Warden, Bert Long, Lorelei Meanor, Steve Rogers, Aina Ner- gaard-Nammack, Kevin Fleming, lean Doran, Marilyn Nugent, Victor Letonoff, Lacy Letonoff, Barbara Petterson, Caryl Ekirch Williams, George Williams, Con- nie Miller, Nick Serratore, Susan Bartley, Perry Drevo and Leslie Delmege McDonald. Two returning artists, Susan Bartley and Perry Drevo, are showcasing their brand-new stu- Rings by Susan Bartley. dios. Bartley, previously on Gills Neck Road and now on West Third Street, is a goldsmith who designs and creates fine art iew- elry. Perry, previously on Kings Highway and now on Jefferson Street, is a fiber artist and hand weaver who brings color and fiber together to create shawls, scarves and table linens. Brochures with maps indicat- ing the location of each studio are available in the Lewes and Rehoboth chambers of com- merce, as well as shops and hotels throughout the Lewes- Rehoboth area, and at www. [ i:Go 0rganic...; GO Healthy... Go Freshly Squeeze.. k' 2012 featuring Homemade Quiches, Crpes & Crme Brfile French Toast Fresh Fruit Smoothies & Juices Gourmet Sandwiches & Organic Salads Daily Specials Open Every day 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. except Tuesday (302) 227-4909 Juice 0000'Blstm 12 Wilmington Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE Bounds' work at Millsboro Art League Sept. 7-30 Milton artist Pamella Bounds- Seemans will be displaying vintage and new pieces at the Millsboro Art League from Sept. 7 through Sept. 30. An opening reception will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7. The show honors Bounds-See- mans as Millsboro Art League Artist of the Month. She will be exhibiting new works and Mills- boro Art League board member Debra Doucette will display Bounds-Seemans' older works dating back to the 1970s from her family's personal collection. "This show will illustrate how my work has evolved over the years," Bounds-Seemans said. "I think showing new and vintage works fits well with the Mills- boro Art League and the town, which is known for its antique shops." Bounds-Seemans, born and raised in Milton, is known for her acrylic paintings surrounded by collage borders and hand- painted frames. Her latest series will feature local scenes, flowers and sea life in her one-of-a-kind whimsical style. Doucette developed the idea of displaying new and vintage works after her family inher- Continued on page 77 Waterfront g & Bar, Lewes 213 Anglers !!d  . 302.645.6888 Open Daily liana- leum EVERYFRIDAY: DJ Jammin' Jeff SATURDAY: 9/7 The Movies 9/14 Ginger SAY: 9/8 Jerry Hludzik ' 9/15 Wlllowbrook EVERY WEDNESDAY: Trivia with Keith White. $I00 in Gift Card Prizes THURSDAY: 9/12 The Fabulous Shockley Brothers 9/19 Ed Shockley & Keith Mack  IoEVERY DAY ALL DAY AT THE !1/I [ ,4 CAPTAIN MORGANS. '1.75 KEYSTONE LIGII i Join us/ptember 17 for the 4TH ANNUAL BUDDY WALK DINNER with special guest Stop'in and check out our NEW MENU! bo ehotk ea tocat/o open ' aaga 19178 Coastal Hwy 302 644 7711 First & Baltimore 302 227 6237 Union St. ' 302.684.8889 "EVERY FRIDAY 9-11 GUESS T TRIVIA? , Carmen Mic wl3CNorth 9,12 [ SEPT, 8, CHECK 0 0 NEW NIGHTLY LUNCH DINNER LATE NIGHT Ira i.,uo.   Facebook 13T_.'IDI.