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"Two Towers," by artist NanCy Friedman, is a 10 x 16 pas- tel. Peninsula Continued from pag 106 Friedman started soon after- wards and the two of them paint- ed together at Hamill's home in Washington for several years. Then Friedman met Washington and Lewes pastel artist Ellen Globokar, who is now represent- ed in the Peninsula Gallery, and fell in love with her work. Two years ago, she switched from wa- tercolor to pastel and has not looked back since. The story of these two friends painting together continued in Lewes with Hamill visiting Fried- man often. Then last year Fried- man and her husband were biking in Lewes and stopped in front of a cottage on Mulberry Street,. Friedman called Hamill and told her this would be the ideal house for her. Six weeks later, Hamill owned the house and now the two of them are painting "all over Lewes". Both artists will be at the opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday Oct. 23 The show will continue until Oct. 28. The Peninsula Gallery is locat ed at 520 Savannah Road in Lewes, just across the canal bridge going towards the beach. It is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday. For more information call 645, 0551. i Legends & Lore Gallery to feature new artist; reception is Oct. 23 Legends & Lore Gallery will host a reception for artist Karen O'Lone-Huhn from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 23, at Shoppe Six in Ruddertowne, Dewey Beach. The reception, open to the public, will be catered by Beautiful Foods. Karen O'Lone-Hahn resides in Kemblesville, Pa. Though she is primarily self-taught in painting, she attended Buffalo State College where she received a B.S. degree and honors in art education. Since then, her imaginative and colorful paintings have been exhibited at the Outsider Art Fair in New York City and the Atlanta Folk FestivM in Atlanta, Ga. She has also participated in many local and regional art shows where her work has received numerous honors and awards. She most recently was honored with third prize in an exhibition' sponsored by the Philadelphia Tri-State Artists Equity Assoc. at the Phillips Museum in Lancaster, Pa. Hahn is included in the book "Self-Taught, Outsider and Folk Continued on page 108 CONFUCIUS Chlneae Cuisine CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, 2004 - 107 "Two Towers," by artist NanCy Friedman, is a 10 x 16 pas- tel. Peninsula Continued from pag 106 Friedman started soon after- wards and the two of them paint- ed together at Hamill's home in Washington for several years. Then Friedman met Washington and Lewes pastel artist Ellen Globokar, who is now represent- ed in the Peninsula Gallery, and fell in love with her work. Two years ago, she switched from wa- tercolor to pastel and has not looked back since. The story of these two friends painting together continued in Lewes with Hamill visiting Fried- man often. Then last year Fried- man and her husband were biking in Lewes and stopped in front of a cottage on Mulberry Street,. Friedman called Hamill and told her this would be the ideal house for her. Six weeks later, Hamill owned the house and now the two of them are painting "all over Lewes". Both artists will be at the opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday Oct. 23 The show will continue until Oct. 28. The Peninsula Gallery is locat ed at 520 Savannah Road in Lewes, just across the canal bridge going towards the beach. It is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday. For more information call 645, 0551. i Legends & Lore Gallery to feature new artist; reception is Oct. 23 Legends & Lore Gallery will host a reception for artist Karen O'Lone-Huhn from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 23, at Shoppe Six in Ruddertowne, Dewey Beach. The reception, open to the public, will be catered by Beautiful Foods. Karen O'Lone-Hahn resides in Kemblesville, Pa. Though she is primarily self-taught in painting, she attended Buffalo State College where she received a B.S. degree and honors in art education. Since then, her imaginative and colorful paintings have been exhibited at the Outsider Art Fair in New York City and the Atlanta Folk FestivM in Atlanta, Ga. She has also participated in many local and regional art shows where her work has received numerous honors and awards. She most recently was honored with third prize in an exhibition' sponsored by the Philadelphia Tri-State Artists Equity Assoc. at the Phillips Museum in Lancaster, Pa. Hahn is included in the book "Self-Taught, Outsider and Folk Continued on page 108 CONFUCIUS Chlneae Cuisine CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, 2004 - 107