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74 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October 16, 1997 l "Just as Described" is a watercolor by Aubr6 Duncan, which will be on exhibit at the Penin- sula Collection in Lewes. Peninsula Collection welcomes two colorful artists to the gallery exhibits Peninsula Gallery welcomes two new artists The Peninsula Gallery is featur- ing the works of Washington artist Nancy Mclntyre and Wilmington artist Aubre Duncan. Both artists drew considerable attention at the Rehoboth Art League outdoor show this summer. Nancy Mclntyre, a longtime visitor to Lewes, has never exhib- ited in a gallery here. She is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and has spent the last 22 years living and ex- hibiting in the Washington, D.C., area. On current display are her silkscreen prints of Lewes and other points along the shore, and her city scenes of Washington, D.C. Mclntyre's images depict everyday places. Of her works she says, 'q'he most interesting to me are human-scale, ordinary places that have been around for awhile. Look hard and they reflect the succesion of people who have made, used and cared for them. The present is overlaid onto visi- ble ghosts of the past, in a process of change that is bound to contin- ue. Porches and windows - the public edges of private lives - are favorite subjects of mine." McIntyre prints all her own edi- tions, using hand-painted stencils and sweping blends of colors fad- ing into one .another. By building up 50 or even 100 transparent lay- ers, she creates complex and deli- cate images that evoke a feeling of air and space seldom found in a silkscreen, without losing the in- tensity of color that is the hall- mark of the medium. For that rea- son alone numerous museums and collections across the country have purchased her work. Aubre Duncan is a watercolorist with a bright, hard-edge style that leads many to question if her work is truly the transparent watercolor that it is. She too uses vivid colors to depict her subjects, which con- sist of florals, chairs, awnings and Victorian architecture. There is a simpicity about her work that, when combined with her use of Continued on page 75 f- The Buttery $1.00 Nite Buds & Burgers I RESTAURAN S "  REHOBOTH BEACH, o LONG NECK Seafood, Steaks, Chicken, Ribs Maryland Steamed Crabs Friday Lobster Special 1 Lbs. Whole Maine 1/2 Price Appetizer Nite $9.95 Carry Outs Welcome Open Daily 1 lb. of Shrimp] Happy Hour 3 to 7 PM Pitcher of ] with FREE BUFFET Beer $9.95 ]302-227-6700 OR 302-945-8900 Lunch Buffet (Rehoboth $5.95) LONG NECK DECK 9 Pal. - 1 Aa4. Friday, October 10 Mary Rhodes & Blue Tears Saturday, October 11 Michael White Friday, October 17 Tad & Greg Saturday, October 18 Chameleon FOR INFORMATION CALL 94 Members programs offered at Abbott's Mill The Abbott's Mill Nature Center in Milford has scheduled the follow- ing upcoming programs for its members: Artsy Autumn Investigation, Saturday, Oct. 25, 10 a.m. to noon, for ages 6-8. Kids will trek through the forest to experience nature's fall palette of color, and will learn to identify trees. Rock Hounding in New Castle County, Sunday, Oct. 26, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m, for teens and adults. Participants will collect fossils, rocks and mineral samples while enjoying the countryside during a geologic field trip north of the C & D Canal. The trip includes a search for marine fos- sils from the Age of the Dinosaurs that were unearthed during construc- tion in the 1820s, and a stop at Woodlawn Trustees for collection of metamorphic rocks and minerals. Call 422-0847 for details. EDEn G00PxDEg Now Open For Sunday Brunch Belgian Waffles with fresh fruit, scrumptious muffins and scones, fresh bagels, assorted dally omelettes with fruit shakes, coffee, espresso, eappuccino ComeJoln us In the a.m. for a refreshing start of your day ALso serving lunch and dinner, our creative and healthy Salads, Sandwiches. and Pastas. A few Tasty Samples; SALADS - Organic field greens and garden herbs with pears. apples, gorgonTla cheese, with a pinenut vinaigrette "Summer Salad" of vine ripe tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella cheese. sweet red onions, and a basil infused vinaigrette SANDWICHES - A mlso-honey glazed tuna burger with sprouts, pickled ginger, and wasabl aloli, served with cold lo-meln salad Skinless breast of chicken with applewood smoked bacon, mon- terey Jack cheese, served with a dijon-mayo PASTAS - Wild mushrooms, paneetta, sun-dried tomatoes, shal- lots. spinach, thyme, and a splash of cream Grilled tomato-eggplant sauce, with chicken, broccoli, and plum tomatoes, served with a herbed walnut rieotta. 122A Rehoboth Avenue 227-3330 Open through the fall. at the New Dewn Inn Restaurant Bar Chaterie Lunch 11-2:30 Dinner from 5 Sunday Brunch 10:30.2:30 , v6w ,00004004jwju/0046juu I $14.95 PRIX FIXE DINNERS EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 6:30 Closed Mondays . 142 Second Street in liistoflc Downtown Lewes. 645-7755 j