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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 87 Nassau Valley Vineyards is currently featuring artist Paul Rendel in its gallery space for a special aviation-themed exhibit. The exhibit, which will hang through December, is a must-see for anyone who loves airplanes or dreams of the thrill of flying. The show features paintings of military aircraft, both mod- ern and historic, experimental aircraft soaring above beauti- ful landscapes and nostalgic paintings depicting the love of aviation being shared between generations. Rendel, a professional free- lance artist, is well-known for the artistry in his commercial work, wildlife art and aviation paint- ings. Rendel considers himself a storyteller. His early training at the De- troit Institute of Arts, 30 years experience in art studios and his work as a freelance artist have enabled him to excel in combing technical knowledge with artistic quality. His aviation paintings have been featured at museums and shows across the U.S. Most re- cently, his work has won awards at the EAA Aviation Center Mu- seum in Oshkosh, Wis. and the lumber into wood sculptures, in- Simuflite "Horizons of Flight" cluding elaborate full-size birds exhibition in Dallas. of prey. His sculpture of poet, He is past president of the John Milton, can be seen and American Society of Aviation enjoyed in the park in downtown Artists, a member of the New Milton. York Society of Illustrators and An additional outlet for Ren- the Air Force Program and a del's energy is his zest for flying member of the Rehoboth Art his Thorp T-18. The show may League. be viewed anytime during Nas- His main hobbyis carving aged sau Valley's operational hours, PAUL RENDEL'S "Off to the Rodeo." 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through available. Nassau Valley Vine- Saturday and from noon to 5 p.m. yards is located at 32165 Winery Sunday. All works are for sale. Way in Lewes. For more informa- Limited edition prints are also tion call 645-9463. THE ONLY ON DELMARVA! 63rd Street & Coastal Hwy., Ocean City, MD 410-520-0283 www. RosenfeldsJewishDeli.com OPEN EVERY DAY, YEAR ROUND EAT IN, TAKE OUT, OR SCHLEP IT HOME! Tickets now on sale for features a wide array of seasonal be offered at $4. Also, there will music to which the audience is be free shuttle service through- DS0 holiday concert invited to sing along, tap their out the parking lots. Admission The Dover Symphony Orches- toes and clap their hands, prices are adults $20, seniors/ tra under the direction of Donald There will be displays of the students/military $15. Children Buxton will perform the second work of a number of central under 16 are free with a paying concert of its 2014-15 season at Delaware artists and artisans, adult. For ticket sales, go to www. 3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 30, at the The art works will be available doversymphony.org or call 302- Rollins Center at Dover Downs for browsing and purchase be- 270-1903. Tickets will also be sold Hotel and Casino in Dover. ginning at 1:30. Sweet treats will at the door. For information, go to Ringing in the Holiday Season be also sold. Valet parking will doversymphony.org. RAt Continued from page 86 agriculture, education, and the environment. "We really appreci- ate what these organizations do for our community and Delaware as a whole," said Howell Wallace, president of the Mid-Del Chari- table Foundation. "It is the efforts from these organizations that provide a positive example in the community, and the opportunity to help those in need that makes the foundation a success." The Rehoboth Art League is a membership-based nonprof- it arts organization dedicated to teaching, preserving and in- spiring the arts in the region. For more information on the art league, its classes, events and exhibitions, visit www. rehobothartleague.org or call 302-227-8408. These programs are made pos- sible, in part, by grants from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency dedicated to nurtur- ing and supporting the arts in Delaware, in partnership with the National Endowment for the ;10 Dine Early Dinners 4-5:30PM* not wlid with any other discounts Arts. f "Where things are happening West of the Beach!" SUNDAY BREAKFAST BUFFET Servin9 9AM ~ ]PM (a [d carte [unch item5 ~[so avoi(.) ENTERTAINMENT every Friday @. Saturday 6-9pro BuFFet Feast 12- 4:30PM ' $2?/perso. Su.day,November 30th 2.d Annual Sip, S.p Shop (;' 1pro- 3:30pro. $22/perso. )y Bottomless mimosas, unlimited tea treats I/ and exclusive shopping Advance reservations required For all special Brick Events Fu[[ Menu: www.theBriekHotel.eom Open Tuesday - Saturday 1].AM - 9PM Serving Lunch & Dinner. 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