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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 - MONDAY DECEMBER 6, 2010 77 W The Children's Beach House Annual Holiday Art Show com- mittee is busy wrapping up de- tails for the annual holiday event scheduled for Friday, Dec. 3, to Sunday, Dec 5. The funds raised dttring the event will be divided among the many programs of- fered by the Children's Beach House where the mission is to help children with special needs reach their highest potential as functioning members of their families and communities. The Children's Beach House will be featuring the works of al- most 100 regional artists. The participatingartists will display a mix of photography, painting, pottery, sculpture and more: This will also be the fifth year the Children's Beach House has chosen a featured artist for the event; this year features Richard Clifton. He will be auctioning an original painting titled "Silver Lake Canvasbacks" and will be donating 100 percent of the pro- ceeds for this sealed bid auction to the Children's Beach House. The event will open with an exclusive reception from 6 to 9 p.m., Friday, Dec. 3. The guests at the opening reception will be able to enjoy a live pianist, an artist meet and greet, a sneak preview of all fine art collec- tions, a fine jewelry exhibit cour- tesy of Elegant Slumming, and a chance to purchase raffle tickets for gift baskets valued over $500 each. Tickets for the opening re- ception can be purchased in ad- vance or at the door for $60 per person. The art show will con- tinue with free admission from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4, and noon to 3 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 5. To learn more about the Chil- dren's Beach House art show or to purchase tickets to the open- ing reception call 645-9184 or vis- it Show to feature nature photos. The 21st Annual Children's tional Wildlife Refuges, Port Beach House Holiday Art" Show and Sale will feature a gallery of nature photos by 20 photographers from across the Delmarva Peninsula of Nature Conservancy preserves and projects in Delaware. This year the Children's Beach House will partner with The Nature Conservancy to highlight the conservancy's projects and preserves, which include the McCabe; Pember- ton Forest, Middleford North Preserve and Milford Neck Preserve, as well as the Prime Hook and Bombay Hook Na- Mahon, Assawoman Wildlife Refuge, Nanticoke River Wildlife Area, Blackbird Creek watershed and the Delaware Bay shores. Among photographers par- ticipating are Eric Crossan, Jay Fleming, Matthew Amey, Steven Billups, Elisa Morris:! Brian G. Peters, Dolores Michels, Brian Truono, Brian Feeley, David Harp,. Lisa Tossey and Lisa Goodman. Proceeds from the sale of these photos will benefit the Children's Beach House and Continued on page 78 : -...