March on the Loop
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2nd & LOMA

211 North Market St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 655-0124

Show/Artist: J. Carr Paintings-Exploration of the Psyche Through Figurative Art

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Jim Carr will be showcasing many new paintings, several thematically expressing the depth and beauty found in myth and archetypes from the distant past. His figurative and portrait paintings bring the spirit to the surface and accent the persona of the subject. Music by Rick Griffin and refreshments will be available for Art Loop guests.
Christina Cultural Arts Center
Edward Loper, Sr Gallery

705 N. Market St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 652-0101

Show/Artist: “Eye Shadow” Women’s Art Exhibit

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Eye Shadow — a Bebe Ross Coker BrainChild — is an exploration of lived themes from a woman’s perspective. Subjects include nature, self- development, feminism, motherhood, health & wellness, spirituality, friendship, community, social justice and more. Artist receptions on Friday, March 1 & Friday, April 5, 5:30 to 8:00pm.
Featured artists are Alisha Jones and Shannon Woodloe.
Louis L. Redding Gallery

City/County Building lobby
800 N. French St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 576-2100

Show/Artist: Fourth Dimensionalism, Timmy Graham

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Redding Gallery celebrates the work of Philadelphia-based artist Timmy Graham, as the final month of his exhibition takes fourth dimensionalism on a color journey. Graham’s work has made a palpable impression on Downtown Wilmington, as his techniques melding math and science with art, and incorporation of current social themes, captivate observers in his massive oil paintings. Inspired by the theory of relativity, color relates to measured distances on the electromagnetic spectrum as every brushstroke becomes an individual plane.

1902 Superfine Ln. (Race St.)
Wilmington, DE 19802
(302) 428-0222

Show/Artist: San Miguel de Allende, Kathe Morse

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San Miguel de Allende, a magical place, is located 4 hours north of Mexico City but still in the heart of Mexico. I spent time there in 1972 as an art student, again for several days in 2003 with my husband and again in 2018. It is a place of colorful painted buildings, built in the 16th and 17th centuries that look plain from the street but often contain beautiful courtyards and arched entrances to rooms. The windows are barred from the outside but the people are friendly. American expatriates, Mexican families and art students share the town. The Zocalo or Jardin is the central gathering place where people sit and stroll surrounded by vendors selling ice cream, corn and balloons and Mariachi groups scan the crowd looking for listeners. The streets are steep and cobblestoned where tiny stores and restaurants are hidden, not easy to find but wonderful to discover. There are weekly market days where bargaining is the norm and frequent street festivals which included weddings and feast days of saints where musicians and masked paraders make noise and fill the streets. I loved this town in 1972 when it was a sleepy little place. I found it more crowded and noisier on this recent visit but still as beautiful and enchanting. I hope my pictures capture and become reminders for me and others of its spirit and energy.
Toni & Stuart B. Young Gallery at
Delaware College of Art and Design (DCAD)

600 N. Market St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 622-8000

Show/Artist: Pre-Closing Reception for “Ellen Durkan: Behind Her Iron Gates”

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The exhibit features an “ask me anything” with the artist and a model wearing one of Durkan’s “forged fashion” creations. Show continues through March 8 with regular gallery hours of 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Free admission and refreshments
Grace United Methodist Church

900 N. Washington St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 655-8847

Show/Artist: “Girls Can Do Anything!”

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Our March Art Loop celebrates Women’s History Month with a “Girls Can Do Anything!” themed exhibition featuring artists who redefine womanhood and what it means to be a girl! A culturally diverse host of female artists will bring together an exhibition focused on Girl-led activism using the arts to dismantle patriarchy, racism and gender inequality. Subjects include social and environmental justice, self- development, feminism, motherhood, health & wellness, spirituality, relationships, sisterhood and more.

One Village Alliance, Lumina Arts and Grace United Methodist Church partner to participate in Art Loop Wilmington featuring creators of some of our areas most extraordinary culinary, visual, wearable and performing arts! Family friendly, engaging and enriching, all events are free and open to the public.

The Grand Opera House

818 N. Market St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 658-7897

The Grand Gallery Show/Artist: Matthew Glick

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While trained as a graphic designer and illustrator, Matthew Glick has served as a prolific screen printer for over the past 10 years. He has an extreme passion for intricately detailed imagery and an eye for the monochromatic. His entire collection can be viewed by visiting

baby grand lobby Show/Artist: The Visions of eleven photographers of the Brandywine Photo Collective

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Visions can be individual perceptions of things visible or mystical personal experiences of things otherwise invisible. Come see the visions of eleven photographers of the Brandywine Photo Collective: Cindy Bonnes, Walter Borders, Kathy Buckalew, Roman Coia, Ken Francis, Jane Koester, Lynn Maniscalco, Gerry Meekins, Jeffrey Rubin, Danny Schweers, and Jeff Steen.

The Brandywine Photo Collective is an alliance of accomplished photographers in the Brandywine Valley who meet regularly for inspiration, education, and fellowship. We explore and promote fine art photography by sharing our vision, increasing our knowledge, encouraging one another, and exhibiting our work. It was founded in 2003 by David McClintock.

LaFate Gallery

227 N. Market St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 656-6786

Show/Artist: Women’s History Month Art Exhibition

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This Exhibition features Four Artists, Janice king, Eunice LaFate, Lauren Peters, and Jo Redbird, all exhibiting vibrant Acrylic paintings. In conjunction with this Exhibition, Gallery Owner Eunice LaFate will be Honoring “Women Who Rock #inWilm. Opening Remarks for the Exhibition will be provided by Wilmington Renaissance Managing Director, Renata Kowalczyk. Music & Refreshments
MKT Place Gallery

200 W. 9th St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 438-6545

Show/Artist: Prima Facie by Paul Simon

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Paul Simon specializes in portraiture. Soft pastels provide me with an expressive medium that can be enriched by using black and other dark hued papers, allowing the brilliance of pure pigments found in pastels to stand out as the dark substratum peeks through. Pastels can be applied in multiple layers, and this can be facilitated by the judicious use of fixative sprays. But this can also lead to the common trap of overworking the image. This exercise requires discipline to exercise restraint and protect the freshness of the medium.
The Sold Firm

800-B N. Tatnall Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 689-3237

Show/Artist: “Love & Perseverance” by Alfredo

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“As a way to cope with my kidney failure and mother’s death- Vanessa B. Clark, I picked up a brush and began painting my grief…loss. Through love and perseverance, here I am five years later waiting for a transplant…still painting. Look through my eyes to capture my soul. This is my story.”
Wilmington Library

10 East 10th St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 571-7400

Artists: John Keaton

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John Keaton’s style ranges from the highly realistic to the broad abstract. Each image is a highly refined and compelling entity unto itself. Keaton’s subjects include intense portraits of children, exotic flowers and emotive Native American- and Mexican-inspired works. He utilizes a variety of mediums: pencil, ink, oil and acrylic, but is also capable of creating digital artwork and combining the traditional with the computer.


The Delaware Contemporary

200 South Madison St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 656-6466

Show/Artist: Henry Bermudez, Tia Santana, Joshua Hollingsworth and Studio artists Verna Hart and Richard Remenick

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Stop by The Delaware Contemporary on first Fridays for exhibition openings, open artist studios, food trucks, cash bar, and new programming every month. FREE FEATURED OPENING RECEPTIONS: “Totally Mythological,” Henry Bermudez – 5:30 – 6:30 PM | Panel discussion, “Crossed Sites” The panel includes curator Jorge Gutierrez, artist Henry Bermudez, and renowned curators via Skype. The panel discussion will be followed by a Q & A. “Time Stilled, My Hair Narrative,” A Draper Experiment by Tia Santana “Trains, Tracks, and Everything in Between,” Delaware College of Art and Design thesis exhibition by Joshua Hollingsworth and Studio artist exhibition by Verna Hart and Richard Remenick.


Blue Streak Gallery

1721 Delaware Ave.
Wilmington, DE 19806
(302) 429-0506

Show/Artist: Carol Lesher. oil and mixed media and Susan Myers, pastel- two artists points of view.

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Howard Pyle Studio

1305 North Franklin St.
Wilmington, DE 19806
(302) 656-7304

Show/Artist: “Glowing Against the Winter Sky”

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This watercolor painting by Kathy Ruck is part of the exhibit presented by the artists of the Howard Pyle Studio.
I Am Art

2411 Lancaster Avenue
Wilmington, DE 19806
(302) 507-9445

Show/Artist: Alaina Merley and Ashley Paul

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St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church

1301 N. Broom St.
Wilmington, DE 19806
(302) 652-7623

Show/Artist: “Transformed Terrain” Rosemary Luckett

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Rosemary Luckett’s first exhibit in Wilmington is inspired by connections between an altered natural terrain and the people who change it directly or indirectly, from close by or from a distance, on purpose or unwittingly. Further insight comes from artist Rene Magritte who taught, “the apparent visible and the hidden visible…in nature are never separate

Luckett’s detailed ink collage drawings point to the circle of life on Earth. They act as metaphors for American culture and commerce when rubber duckies are paired with live ducks and fish lines emerge from a human head. The fun in looking at these works is to discover connections between seemingly disparate entities. Finely-honed technique, a penchant for repeating forms, and a strong concern for the environment combine with a questioning mind and a sense of humor to form surreal landscapes; stories of the altered natural landscape and how each person unwittingly contributes to its transformation. Light refreshments.


Arden’s Buzz Ware Village Center

2119 The Highway
Arden, DE 19810

Show/Artist: The Art of Mark V. Turner

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Mark V. Turner is a self-taught, urban outsider painter, with a studio near Bellefonte. His 630+ works, over nearly twenty years, span abstract, fine art representational, and a blended style 2-D mixed media. He’s received eighteen awards for painting since 2008, including seven first place awards; one of which was given by Edward Loper, Sr. and his wife Janet…“Everything I’ve learned about painting has come from reading, going to museums to study how great painters made their works; and by problem-solving classic questions of shape, light and shadow while at the easel in the studio. Because of my colors, lines and textures, viewers want to touch the paintings. It’s as if their eyes demand their fingers prove what they are seeing is really there.”
Station Gallery

3922 Kennett Pike
Greenville, DE 19807
(302) 654-8638

Show/Artist: “A Way of Seeing” Jacalyn Beam

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Plein Air landscape paintings from the Brandywine Valley and Delaware beaches.
Talleyville Frame Shoppe & Gallery

3625 Silverside Rd.
Wilmington, DE 19810
(302) 478-1163

Show/Artist: Wicked Winter Art Show

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Our annual dead of winter, “we’re sick of winter,” group show featuring dark, eerie, creepy, beautiful, humorous imagery reflecting the feeling of the season.