November on the Loop
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2nd & LOMA

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

Artist: Denise Palestini Pino

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Abstract Figurative Series of acrylic paintings meant to have a different perception to each person they are viewed by.
Christina Cultural Arts Center

705 N. Market St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 429-0101

Artist: Stephen Kingsberry

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Artist Stephen Kingsberry presents his exhibit “Burden of Palestine,” inspired after visiting Palestine in 2017 with the Leadership Program of Dar al Kalima University for Arts and Culture. Kingsberry was moved by the oppression of the Palestinian people and wanted to express the emotions that consumed him on the trip. A Gallery Talk will be led by Mike Abel of Delawareans for Palestinian Human Rights that evening at 7:00pm. Kingsberry’s love for art was reinforced after visiting Palestine in 2017 with the organization, Leadership Program of Dar al Kalima University for Arts and Culture, co-led by Mike Abel of Delawareans for Palestinian Human Rights. Kingsberry was moved by the oppression of the Palestinian people and wanted to express the emotions that consumed him on the trip. His first work from this pilgrimage is called “Burden of Palestine.” The work details the difficult living conditions of Palestinians. It is this work that inspired the name of the exhibit itself. “The exhibit seeks to inform people about the struggles of the Palestinians living under occupation,” Kingsberry said. “I want to express what I have witnessed through the lens of art while helping to promote peace.”
The Creative Vision Factory

617 North Shipley St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 543-3082

Artists: Geraldo Gonzalez

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This exhibition consists of mostly primary and secondary color design within the City skyline and realistic artwork in 3D. Come see Geraldo’s work along with many others from the Creative Vision Factory community. These works will be on view through November 30. For More details about the two men art exhibition. visit at
Toni & Stuart B. Young Gallery at
Delaware College of Art and Design (DCAD)

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

Artist: Henry Bermudez

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“Henry Bermudez in Black and White” 3Dimensional Black and White Drawings. Henry Bermudez’s interest in the visual representations of cultures and mythologies have appeared in his work in varying forms during his career. A journey of unique geographical, artistic and human observation has taken him from educational experiences in small isolated communities in the Caribbean up to representing Venezuela in the Venice Biennial. His artistic work transcends timeline and national boundaries.

  • 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm: Artist Talk
  • 5 pm – 7 pm: Cut Paper Workshop

Delaware History Museum

Artist: Various Artists

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“Delaware: One State, Many Stories” introduces the state’s history through a number of important topics. Delaware’s immigrant history, its maritime heritage, deep roots in agriculture, Wilmington’s evolution from an industrial hub to a financial center, its role on the war front and at home, and the many cultural and artistic contributions envelope visitors in First State history.

“Journey To Freedom” located in the Jane and Littleton Mitchell Center for African American Heritage presents compelling perspectives of African Americans’ struggles for human rights, freedom and dignity in Delaware and the nation. From slavery to resistance, to forging faith and community, and from standing together for freedom and equality to serving an ambivalent nation during times of war, this groundbreaking exhibition chronicles the African American experience in Delaware.

Built in 1798, Old Town Hall housed the city council’s meeting chambers, offices and jail and served as the headquarters and gathering place of civic organizations. The death of George Washington was observed in Old Town Hall in 1799, as were receptions for the Marquis de Lafayette and President Andrew Jackson. Old Town Hall, restored to its classical beauty, provides space for exhibitions, programs and musical performances throughout the year.


225 N. Market St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 476-8928

Artist: James Wyatt

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James Wyatt is a painter, sculptor, and mural artist based in Wilmington, DE-known for a 3D medium manipulation technique. He received an Associate of Graphic Design from The Art Institute of Philadelphia in 2002. For over 15 years as a visual artist, James has contributed to his community with multiple projects to stimulate the appreciation for local art. Aside from being an art instructor and freelance graphic designer, he’s had the opportunity to exhibit in New York, Miami, Philadelphia, D.C., and Los Angeles galleries. Today, his artwork can be seen in the art book for the Academy Award winning movie “Get Out”, “Westside Grows Together” mural, Fight Blight With Art: Southbridge, and the “W” installation project for The City of Wilmington, DE.
Grace United Methodist Church

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

Artist: Bobbie Chelucci

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“For the Love of Animals” exhibit of varied mixed media- from clays, mosaics, inks, oils, to watercolor-on canvas by self-taught Wilmington native Bobbie Chelucci. All proceeds are to be donated to Companimals Pet Rescue:
The Grand Opera House

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

Artist: Ray Magnani

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“Mélange: a collection of photographic styles” Recent photographs by Ray Magnani showing a variety of subjects and treatments.
Hotel Dupont

42 W. 11th St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 594-3256

Artist: Lauren Ford

LaFate Gallery

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

Artist: Eunice LaFate

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South Western & Caribbean Landscapes Award-winning Folk Art Eunice will showcase Acrylic & Oil paintings from her native Jamaica and paintings inspired by her trip to the SW, in the 1980’s. Some of her vibrant paintings are miniatures.
Mezzanine Gallery

820 N. French St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 577-8278

Artist: Kevin Bielicki

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“Interlace” Sculptor Kevin Bielicki makes works – often monumental, large-scale ones – that exist on the wall. But they often cascade off the flat plane and into the space of the viewer. This exhibit features these works utilizing new colors and patterns on the wood forms, complimented with a series of paintings inspired by his sculptural installations. Bielicki received an Artist Fellowship in Sculpture from the Delaware Division of the Arts in 2018.
MKT Place Gallery

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

Artist: Roldan West

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“Celebrities of our Time” Roldan West celebrates the past of ancestor artists who live their time to what we have learned with today’s artists while representing their styles and motives in the constant ever changing world we live in.
The Music School of Delaware

4101 Washington St.
Wilmington, DE 19802
(302) 762-1132

Artist: Sara F. Gallagher

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Sara is an award-winning artist whose paintings come from her imagination and from direct observation of rural scenery and local gardens. She works primarily in watercolor, as well as in acrylics and oils. She moves freely between traditional and nontraditional techniques and uses both paper and watercolor canvas as supports for her artwork. Sara’s most recent endeavors incorporate watercolor pouring techniques that she has developed that result in artwork that is whimsical in its overall appearance.
Studio on Market

219 North Market St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 229-7108

Artist: Michael Orhelein

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Michael is a Master of Photography, Master Print Maker and is the recipient of numerous professional awards, both nationally and internationally, including Overseas Portrait Photographer of the Year from the British Professional Photographers Association and such stateside awards as Portrait of the Year and Best Portrait of a Dog from the Professional Photographers of America. He is also a 5-time recipient of the Kodak Gallery Award and the Fuji Masterpiece Award. Michael works from his base location at Bethany Fine Arts Gallery and frequently travels abroad for commissioned work.


The Delaware Contemporary

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

Artists: Gina Bosworth, Linda Celestian, Linnea Tober, Serge Marchetta, Jenna Lucente and Hugh Atkins

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“Confluence” marks Gina Bosworth’s second artistic return to The Delaware Contemporary. As one of our founding members and first executive board president, Bosworth’s presence has been instrumental in shaping the vision and direction of Wilmington’s art environment over the decades. Bosworth strives to unite the scientific world with the artistic in her works. She investigates life forms from a molecular to a macrocosmic level revealing new ways of interpreting the natural splendor that surrounds us. “Flow” is a joint Friends exhibition featuring artwork by local artists Linda Celestian and Linnea Tober. Together, they accentuate the flow of matter and bring attention to our natural world using contemporary techniques and traditional processes. Flow celebrates low and high-tech studio practices, from painting to Photoshop, to express their love and appreciation for the natural world and their relationship to it. Flow comments on the fluidity with which artists navigate media and thought, like ideas forming a river, picking up experiences along the way, eventually leading to a body of artwork. Celestian and Tober use that sense of “flow” to guide them through their creative expressions. The Delaware Contemporary is pleased to present “DIES,” an exhibition featuring the work of Canadian artist, Serge Marchetta in the E. Avery Draper Gallery. Marchetta captures, manipulates, and ultimately transforms natural light into experiments that culminate in an immersive video and sound installation.


3P Gallery (The 3rd Place)

1139 W. 7th St., Suite C 19805
Wilmington, DE
(717) 578-3478

Artists: 4th Annual Ornament Show Artists

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The 4th Annual Ornament Show
Artists create unique handmade ornaments of a variety of materials: blown glass, stained glass, clay, wire, felt, paper, wood, etc. Check our Instagram for more images: @3rdplacewilm.
Blue Streak Gallery

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

Artists: Lisa Bartolozzi, Maggi DeBaecke, Alida Fish, Larry Holmes, Jeannie Pearce, Rick Rothrock, Lynda Schmid, Greg Silvis, Bob Straight, and Steve Tanis

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“IMAGINE”, Lisa Bartolozzi, Maggi DeBaecke, Alida Fish, Larry Holmes, Jeannie Pearce, Rick Rothrock, Lynda Schmid, Greg Silvis, Bob Straight, and Steve Tanis – Ten amazing artists show artworks, in a variety of media, paintings, photography, sculpture and ceramics.
Howard Pyle Studio

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

Artist: The Artists of The Howard Pyle Studio ft. Bonita Frawley

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“Gray On White” an oil painting by Bonita Frawley is part of the exhibit by The Artists of The Howard Pyle Studio.
Movable Feast

2510 West 5th St.
Wilmington, DE 19805
(302) 656-8892

Artist: Adam M. Smith

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Works on Wood Adam M. Smith Abstract 50’s primate paintings / mid-century influenced furniture. Delaware native Adam M. Smith brings a new show to Movable Feast. His work has been shown in Manhattan, Salon Des Amis, Stewart Patrick’s and Brandywine Arts Festival. Self-taught and influenced by the mid-century modern era Adam Smith feels “just as natural pushing paint around a canvas as putting a tool to wood.”
St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church

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

Artist: Pacem In Terris Traveling Youth Peace Exhibition

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The exhibition features art created by Delaware youth, and was conceived as a dialogue between our younger citizens and us — the younger students showing us the world they want to live in, and us, understanding their vision. The exhibition was part of Peace Week Delaware last month, which works to raise awareness, hope, and action for peace, equality, and justice all across Delaware. We will have 25 of those pieces on display in November.


Bellefonte Arts

803 C Brandywine Blvd.
Bellefonte, DE 19809
(302) 762-4278

Artist: Heather J. Siple

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Heather J. Siple creates whimsical and keepsake bears and other creatures fabricated from baby blankets, pajamas, and other heirloom fabrics for a lasting memorial for humans of all ages. This featured bear is her “Patriotic Bear” in gratitude for our service members. Join us as we celebrate our local service personnel and veterans.
Arden’s Buzz Ware Village Center

2119 The Highway
Arden, DE 19810

Artist: Heather J. Siple

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“Flight of Phoenixes” – Toymaker Heather J. Siple is swooping in with her magical soft-sculpture birds for the delight of the young at heart. Siple uses stories, folktales, recycled fabric and found objects to make creatures that let the imagination soar.
Christ Church

505 East Buck Rd.
Wilmington, DE 19807
(978) 460-8120

Artists: Delaware Foundation for the Visual Arts Fall Art Show

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Opening Night Reception Friday, November 2nd from 4:30- 8 pm. Join us for wine, refreshments and live music! Admission $5.00 Delaware high school Scholarships funded through admissions and art sales. The exhibit includes original art in various styles and mediums, sculpture and jewelry. Food Truck available for Saturday lunch 11am-2pm. DFVA Supports the arts in Delaware through scholarships, exhibits, and education. Since 1980, DFVA has awarded annual scholarships to talented, young artists from Delaware high schools. Scholarships are funded through admissions and art sales at our regular shows. 30%of purchases are tax deductible benefiting the DFVA Scholarship Fund Further Information: Instagram:#dfva1980
Rodney Pratt Framing & Gallery

304 Delaware Street
New Castle, DE 19720
(302) 438-6545

Artist: Anne Marie Kane

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Anne Marie has always been creative and involved with the arts in one capacity or another. Originally from Pennsylvania, she attended college for interior design and later changed to advertising design. Graduating in 1989 with a degree in ad design, she started her career in billboards out of Allentown PA. In the early 90’s Anne Marie moved to Delaware to aspire to continue her creativity and found a new passion in the picture framing industry. She has over 30 years of custom framing and dealing with art through out her travels. As a creative outlet in it’s own right, it has inspired her to branch out by working in textiles. In 1992, she bought her first sewing machine for $100, mostly for friends and family. She went on to create doll clothing and very intrique quilts. After years in the industry, she has decided on a new venture. “Painting”. It’s a new escape & meditation. “I only have to think about the paint”. Her body of work comes from the heart and hopes people will feel the emotion and help create the story.
Station Gallery

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

Artist: Linda Ford

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“The Journey Continues” New work by Linda Ford includes encaustic paintings, oil pastels, and raku pottery. Linda’s abstract designs translate beautifully to each medium she encounters.