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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 . December 3, 1998.73 Indian River Lifesaving Station silent auction begins Nn,00. 27 Visitors to the Indian River Lifesaving Station Musuem and historic site will have the opportu- nity to purchase a piece of gen- uine history during a silent auc- tion at the station's museum gift shop Nov. 27 through Dec. 24. The items to be auctioned are 10, one-of-a-kind, handpainted bricks from the circa 1900 chim- ney of the Indian River Station. The bricks were salvaged during the restoration of the station and painted by Lewes artist Lisa Tun- ney. Each brick depicts a scene or portrait from the Lifesaving Sta- tion era, is signed and numbered and comes with a certificate of au- thenticity. "The paintings are exquisite," said professional artist Ellen Rice, Delaware Seashore Preservation Foundation (DSPF) Artist of the Year and a founding member of the foundation. "Linda has a re- markable talent and you can bet I willbe bidding on at least one of these beautiful works of art and Southeastern Sussex Artists & Artisans Studio Tour set for Nov. 27-28 The fourth annual Southeastern Sussex Artists & Artisans Studio Tour will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Nov. 27 and 28. This free, self-guided tour features the studios of 11 of southeastern Sussex's most tal- ented artists and artisans. Included on the tour will be the following stops: Judie and Peter Campanelli, 24 Addy Road, Middlesex Beach. The Campenellis, who work in clay sculpture and other mediums, will be exhibiting at Sabieware in Clarksville. Sabie Carey's Sabieware pot- tery can be seen in her studio, lo- cated on Route 26, four miles west of Bethany Beach. Jennifer E. Carter, who works in watercolor, pastel, and pen and ink, will be at her studio located on Collins Street in Bethany Beach. Thomas E. Frey's studio on Piney Neck Road in Dagsboro is home to his woodtuming craft. Greene Woodworks Inc., fea- turing handcrafted cabinetry and furniture, is located on Sussex 366 in Frankford. Laura Hickman, known for her pastels, will be at her Salt Pond studio, located at 605 Bethany Loop. Amy Kaufman handweaves clothing and accessories, will be at her studio on Sussex 343, Dagsboro. Ellen Rice's pastels, paintings and drawings can be seen in her Ocean View studio, located at 11 Territory Trail, The Reservation. Keith Toms works as a black- Continued on page 74 Jen Ellingsworth photo Visitors to the Indian River Lifesaving Station and Historic Site will have the chance to purchase hand-painted bricks, in- cluding the two shown above, during a silent auction at the station's gift shop Nov. 27 to Dec. 24, The 10, one-of-a-kind bricks, by Lewes artist Cynthia Tunney, are from the circa 1900 chimney of the historic Indian River station. history," Rice added. Starting bids on the bricks are $75 each. All proceeds from the auction will support the mainte- nance of the museum and other ef- forts of DSPF, the 4-year-old non- profit foundation that coordinated the restoration of the station and is working toward the museum's fu- ture as a state-of-the-art learning center and focal point for many community service and education- al efforts. The circa 1876 Indian River Lifesaving Station is the second- oldest lifesaving station on the East Coast still on its original site, and thus one of the most valuable maritime historic sites in the na- tion. For nearly a century - first as a lifesaving station and later as a U.S. Coast Guard Station - the sta- tion served as a home for men who routinely risked their lives to save those in peril on the turbulent seas off the Delaware coast. The commemorative bricks be- ing auctioned depict a few of these men and their actions. 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