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i" &6 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30- MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Small Several new artists to take part Lewes gallery's Dec. 8 exhibit Lewes's Peninsula Gallery will B] Clark, new owner of Peninsu- present its Ninth Annual Small la Gallery. "It allows us to in- Jewels show featuring more than clude a large number of artists in 20 artists showing small works a show in a festive and holiday of art and fine crafts, with an air. Each piece is less than 100 opening reception set from 5 to square inches in size and there 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 8. will be a large variety of themes "This is a really fun and enter- and media." taining show for the gallery and a This year several artists will great way for us to finish up a participate in the show for the ygry successful first year," said first time, including Beth Clark of West Chester, Pa., who works in pastel and oil; Vincent Hughes of Washington, D.C., watercol- OriSt; Bob Richey of New Hope, Pa., who works in pastel; Denise Dumont of Milton, who will be- come a regular artist of the gallery in 2013; well know water- colorist John Bayalis; George Williams of Lewes; Barbara War- den, a Lewes resident and fiber artists who is now also working in drawing and painting in mixed media; John Schisler of George- town and Victor Letenoff of Lewes, both still life artists. In addition many of well known local and regional artists will present new work in the show including Michelle Mar- shall, Meg Walsh, Steve Rogers, Pat Staby, Bill Snow, Nick Serra- tore, Kim Klabe, Karin Snoots, Betsy Vondreele and Howard Eberle. Working in glass, metal or polymer, several artists will present three dimensional art, inclu tLng well-known Delaware Continued on page 67 The Silver Streak by Karen Snoots SNOWY EVENING PRIME HOOK FARM by Steve Rogers Fall on Silver Lake by Bill Snow / I WEEKDAY DINNER ! served from 4:30pm to close Monday -- Fish n' Chips $1 I Tuesday -- 8 oz. Burger $5 Wednesday -- BOMB NITE -- Buy One Bomb, Get the 2nd BOmb Half Off Wed=Thues -- Comfort Food Night (includes entr6e & side salad) $9 Thursday -- Oyster Dinner $14 Friday -- I - I/2 Ib.Whole Maine Lobster $1 9 Sunday -- 12 oz. Prime Rib (before 6pm) $12 (after 6pm) $16 Mon-Fri -- I-I/2 Ib.Alaskan Snow Crabs $19 Weekday specials cannot be combined with any other offer~ AT THE BAR ONLY /V[QN THRO FRI, 4-TPM 1/2 PRICE DRINKS Discounted Raw Bar 50 Wings Every Friday & Saturday Private Party Room Available 108 Second St.. Historic Lewes. 302-645-661 I