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Peninsula Gallery to feature 'Small Jewels' at latest exhibit to walk out with their purchases. In some instances, the gallery will be able to replace those pieces with others by the same artist. "We are very excited by the prospect of this, our last exhibit of the year,"said gallery owner Carol Boyd-Heron "We have gathered together a group of some our most popular artists, both local, regional and in- ternational. Some are already known for their smaller works, others are not, but rest assured there should be something of in- terest for all our clients." Opening reception Nov. 27 in Lewes A special exhibit of more than 65 original works by 13 artists will open at the Peninsula Gallery in Lewes on Saturday, Nov. 27. A reception to meet some of the artists will run from 5 to 7 p.m. Titled "Small Jewels," the slmw is designed for the gift giving season with no image larger than 8 by 10 inches and prices in a range up to $1,000. Also in a break with nor- mal tradition, buyers will be able Peninsula Gallery's latest show features work by Paul Banning, including "Morning Light," above, and work by Roger Dellar, including "Front Street," top right. Local artists taking part include Victor Letonoff, Lee Mills, Julie Molyneux, Steve Rogers and Nick Serratore. Popular English artists Paul Banning, Roger Dellar, Amanda Hoskin and Denis Pan- nett will also be represented. Others include Tania Dibbs, Howard Eberle, Kirk McBride and finally Stephanie Birdsall from Naples, Fla., who is new to the gallery but comes with an im- pressive list of awards, the most recent of which was Exceptional Merit at the Degas Pastel Society Tenth Biennial National Exhibi- tion in New Orleans. As images arrive they are being posted on the gallery website, www.peninsula-gallery.com where they can be previewed. Landscapes, still life, seascapes, street scenes, abstracts and florals will all be included in the show, and all mediums will be repre- sented. The Peninsula'Gallery is locat- ed just across the canal on Savan- nah Road in Lewes. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. The gallery will close at 1 p.m. Christmas Eve and reopen on Monday, Dec. 27. For more infor- mation call 645-0551. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 105 Submitted photos Planet X Card leautiful Voocl and Spirits "EAT LIKE A ROCK STAR" Dr_LAWARr_ TODAY 35 Wilmington Avenue, Kehoboth zz6-19z8 Peninsula Gallery to feature 'Small Jewels' at latest exhibit to walk out with their purchases. In some instances, the gallery will be able to replace those pieces with others by the same artist. "We are very excited by the prospect of this, our last exhibit of the year,"said gallery owner Carol Boyd-Heron "We have gathered together a group of some our most popular artists, both local, regional and in- ternational. Some are already known for their smaller works, others are not, but rest assured there should be something of in- terest for all our clients." Opening reception Nov. 27 in Lewes A special exhibit of more than 65 original works by 13 artists will open at the Peninsula Gallery in Lewes on Saturday, Nov. 27. A reception to meet some of the artists will run from 5 to 7 p.m. Titled "Small Jewels," the slmw is designed for the gift giving season with no image larger than 8 by 10 inches and prices in a range up to $1,000. Also in a break with nor- mal tradition, buyers will be able Peninsula Gallery's latest show features work by Paul Banning, including "Morning Light," above, and work by Roger Dellar, including "Front Street," top right. Local artists taking part include Victor Letonoff, Lee Mills, Julie Molyneux, Steve Rogers and Nick Serratore. Popular English artists Paul Banning, Roger Dellar, Amanda Hoskin and Denis Pan- nett will also be represented. Others include Tania Dibbs, Howard Eberle, Kirk McBride and finally Stephanie Birdsall from Naples, Fla., who is new to the gallery but comes with an im- pressive list of awards, the most recent of which was Exceptional Merit at the Degas Pastel Society Tenth Biennial National Exhibi- tion in New Orleans. As images arrive they are being posted on the gallery website, www.peninsula-gallery.com where they can be previewed. Landscapes, still life, seascapes, street scenes, abstracts and florals will all be included in the show, and all mediums will be repre- sented. The Peninsula'Gallery is locat- ed just across the canal on Savan- nah Road in Lewes. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. The gallery will close at 1 p.m. Christmas Eve and reopen on Monday, Dec. 27. For more infor- mation call 645-0551. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 105 Submitted photos Planet X Card leautiful Voocl and Spirits "EAT LIKE A ROCK STAR" Dr_LAWARr_ TODAY 35 Wilmington Avenue, Kehoboth zz6-19z8