Art is blooming n Southern Delaware!

Visual arts in Southern Delaware are in full bloom this spring! Stop by one of these galleries to see beautiful artwork across all mediums by artists near and far!

Create! - Milton Arts Guild Exhibition

April 3 - May 11​
The Milton Arts Guild Exhibition spring show lets the sun shine on our members’ imagination and talents in any way they choose.  This show is a mixture of oil, watercolor, acrylic, and mixed media.  Celebrate our members’ creativity! 
Venue: Milton Arts Guild.

Spring Awakening Art Show

April 4 - June 1 ​
The Nanticoke River Arts Council is pleased to present their Spring Awakening Art Show at Gallery 107, 324 High Street, Seaford, Delaware.  The public is invited to join us as we kick off the spring season with fresh new art created by our talented artists!
Venue: Gallery 107. 

Dissolution: Works by Bill Wolff

April 5 - May 5​
Bill Wolff has been making and exhibiting sculpture made primarily from discarded tree parts for more than 20 years in a wide variety of venues nationally and internationally. Wolff holds an MFA from Louisiana State University and an MA from the Tokyo University of the Arts. He has worked as an educator since 2009 and is currently Assistant Professor and head of the sculpture area at Salisbury University on the eastern shore of Maryland. Wolff's current work reflects an evolution of form and expression, influenced by human gesture and architectural and social spaces. Venue: Rehoboth Art League.

Pours: New Works by Kim Klabe​

April 5 - May 5​
Kim Klabe studied at the Antonelli Institute of Art, in York, PA, and received a BA with a concentration in painting from the University of Delaware, Newark, DE. Pubic work projects include: Murals for the Stevenson House (Milford DE), Claws Crab House (Rehoboth Beach), and One Spirit Massage (Rehoboth Beach); Rehoboth Beach Main Street Dolphin Project; Milford Main Street Augusta, and may theater sets for community theaters. She is the former Education Director at the Rehoboth Art League.
Venue: Rehoboth Art League.

On the Road A Juried Coastal Camera Club Exhibition

May 10 - June 9
Artists often find inspiration in new places. The Rehoboth Art League’s Voyages exhibition (running concurrent to this exhibition in the Tubbs Gallery), explores the excitement of travel in a series of large-scale paintings, documenting experiences such as riding the subway in a big city or finding a quiet moment with the gondolas in Venice. This Coastal Camera Club exhibition also takes travel as its theme, seeking new perspectives from artists who journey away from home. 
Venue: Rehoboth Art League.

Secret Places​

May 10 - June 9 ​
Artwork, through a depiction of quiet solitude or areas less-traveled, can often transport viewers to another place. We invite RAL member applicants to this exhibition to share their own renditions of a secret place, whether it be a remote landscape or a favorite locale that evokes creative energy.
Venue: Rehoboth Art League.

Voyages: Work by Caroline Huff & Sharon Strine​

May 10 - June 9​
When we travel, the new sights and experiences we seek can excite us. What we also find is that we have more in common than we would believe. The Voyages exhibition of large-scale works from Caroline Huff and Sharon Strine focus on these new paths and commonalities. Together, their work conveys a sense of optimism and humanity.
Venue: Rehoboth Art League.​

46th Annual Members' Fine Craft Exhibition

June 14 - July 21
All members of the Rehoboth Art League were invited to participate in this popular non-juried craft exhibition that showcases a wide variety of imaginative fine crafts that are unique, whimsical and functional, including: baskets, ceramics, fiber, glass, handmade paper, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media, and wood.  Awards are given for outstanding works.
Venue: Rehoboth Art League.

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