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March 2019 Exhibits
March 1, 2019 @ 9:00 am - March 30, 2019 @ 4:00 pm
Featured in the Thaler Gallery:
Delaware Watercolor Society juried show. DWS is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Rehoboth Beach focused on exploring, creating, and sharing the wonders of watercolor and aqueous media with new, emerging, and professional artists from Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, Washington, DC, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. As of 2017, DWS has a membership of over 80 artists in the area.
Featured in the Galleria:
"Come Together" group show, depicting people from different walks of life, each a key part of our shared humanity. All media, 2D + 3D. Exhibit judge: Angela Herbert-Hodges.
In Studio E:
Ian Postley. I’m an active Illustrator/Graphic Designer. Working and doing art for years, as a freelance artist, most times, it’s easy to lose sight of certain of things. Simple questions like, “Why did you become an artist?” loses an answer and deems words more fit for a press release than ones from the heart. In my personal art I strive and work to express the honesty, the same honesty honed on in my college experiences learning and chatting with peers about the fears of a dream worth living, a puzzle left undone and struggles hushed once a proverbial microphone was in our faces. Truly, an artist owes you their honesty more than they owe you your own comfort.
In the Spotlight Gallery:
B.L. Strang-Moya is a filmmaker from Worcester County. Having graduated from Stephen Decatur in 2013, then Towson University in 2017, B.L. has spent the past two years working professionally in video production. Upon commencing a full-time freelance career in June 2018, B.L. began production of his second documentary feature, “Joe KroArt’s World Center.” This film depicts the legend and legacy of the boardwalk icon that is Ocean Gallery, as well as its showman proprietor, Joe KroArt. The content of B.L.’s photography exhibit will showcase imagery from both his commercial and cinematic work. Having co-directed the social-political documentary The Sign, and working as the videographer for Oceancity.com and Shorecraftbeer.com, B.L. takes a lot of pride in telling true and unique stories of the lower Eastern Shore.
In the Artisan Showcase:
Kathy Huegel. After 25 years of teaching art in Wicomico County, I retired and am now living in South Bethany Beach. My career as an art teacher was very fulfilling and gave me the opportunity to bring the many benefits of art to my middle school students.
Being retired at the beach gives me the chance to reconnect with my own artistic interests. I enjoy working in a playful mixed media approach as I respond to the environment around me. Currently I am working on series of beach people, old beach homes, and sand fences. Who knows what will be next!
My earrings are all hand painted paper and I hope that they give the wearer an added artistic touch to their fashion attire.