The Rehoboth Art League (RAL) hosts three new exhibitions starting this Friday on its historic Henlopen Acres Campus.
The Corkran and Tubbs Gallery will feature the 9th Regional Juried Biennial Exhibition, put together by Robin Craren, collections research coordinator at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia:
“It’s everything from abstract to traditional; she (Robin Craren) really spent some time on this. So again, it was a tough decision. There were so many wonderful works of art that were entered into the show. But again, it came down to the finalists who were able to get their works accepted into the show,” said the Rehoboth Art League’s exhibitions director Nick Serratore.
He says the Juried Exhibition includes artists from Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, West Virginia and Washington DC.
That exhibition and Kate Norris' Endangered Exhibition run through September 27, 2020. Norris is a teaching artist from Baltimore and Serratore says her work is done on canvas and based on endangered species like bears, tigers and rhinoceroses.
Every Picture Tells a Story with works by Frank Williams is also debuting in the Rehoboth Art League’s Ventures Gallery.
“Frank is - I tell you what - he is an exceptionally illustrator. He started his artistic career at the Delaware Art Museum, where he was introduced to works by Howard Pyle, NC Wyeth and his son, Andrew,” Serratore said.
You can read more about the exhibitions here.
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