ArtzScape205 N. Market Street
Join us for a collaboration of female artists of diverse genres for the Art Loop featuring the work of Visual Artists Janice King, Velvet Poindexter, Iris Dickerson, Liz McLaughlin with music by singer Natalie Mann. Art Loop reception from 5-9pm with music, poetry, art, singing, food and beverages available for purchase.
2nd & LOMA Leasing Office211 N. Market Street Wilmington, DE 19801
"My heart and soul are woven into the fabric of art through painting, recycled art, stone sculpture, jewelry making and poetry." Plus Bud & Butta Botanical Skincare Pop Up Shop. Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-8pm.
The Church of the Holy City1118 N. Broom Street Wilmington, DE 19801
A selection of intimate landscapes, seascapes and still lifes. Reception from 5- 8pm. Harold Howell is a self-taught artist, a student of art history, an observer of nature, and a follower of the mystical tradition.
From the artist: When I was young and receiving my first impressions, I remember an underlying magic and mystery emanating from the physical world. The sky, the trees, the stones, the stars, around every corner there was some potential wonder that required only the spark of imagination to ignite. My belief is that the artists’ job is to explore the mystery - not to solve it, not to offer an explanation, but to say, here it is, make of it what you will…
City of Wilmington's Redding Gallery800 N. French Street Wilmington, DE 19801
Stephen Kingsberry's brilliant copper work seeks to inform about the struggles of people around the world, to highlight racial oppression and discrimination, and to promote the beauty, rich heritage, and tradition of Africa and its people throughout the world. Join us for the Artist Talk and Reception on Thursday, September 15th from 6- 8pm
Chelsea Tavern821 North Market St. Wilmington, DE 19801 chelseatavern.com
Christina Cultural Arts Center705-707 North Market St. Wilmington, DE 19801 ccacde.org
Sheila's style takes you on a journey through abstraction to realism. Enriched with bold colors and occasionally subdued lines, each canvas invites you to become completely immersed in it. Sheila is motivated by an array of subjects: culture, nature, social issues, and animals.
Sheila began drawing as a toddler. Allowing her creativity to guide her, Exum has no formal training. Previously, she was an art instructor in the OLLIE program for adults at the University of Delaware and has also donated art to charities, fundraisers, etc. Commissions are accepted.
Join us for the Art Loop reception in the Edward L. Loper Sr. Gallery from 5-7pm; refreshments will be served.
Chris White Gallery701 Shipley St. Wilmington, DE 19801 chriswhitegallery.com
Michael Kalmbach is the founder of the Creative Vision Factory, whichh fosters the creative potential of individuals on the behavioral health spectrum in a studio art environment that cultivates integration with the local community through a program of exhibitions, workshops, and communal workspace. Individuals share their experience, strength, and hope here. Their vision is a community free of stigma, where the creative vision of all individuals is valued.
The Creative Vision Factory will be holding open house events during both receptions, just down the street from the gallery from 5:30-8:30pm at 617 N. Shipley Street.
Artist Statement: I’m very excited to announce that my exhibition “Statecraft” will open @chriswhitegallery on September 9th. This group of paintings has never been seen together in Delaware. My latest run of hangoutology doodles will also be on view in the basement. These doodles on U.S. Capitol stationery mark my time through the early pandemic and serve as a meditation practice of sorts. The trance and ritual of these works hope to tap a magic propelling our civic imagination forward!
The Creative Vision Factory617 North Shipley St. Wilmington, DE 19801
Geraldo is showing his brand newest realistic artwork of self-portraits in Public Transport and many others. Nathan Smith is showing his new work called ''Art of Nathan.'' Those works will be on exhibit until March 27.
DE.CO110 West 10th St. Wilmington, DE 19801
FlowerChild is a self-taught artist and east-side Wilmington native who chose her name to represent her rejection of conventional society and her focus on love, peace, and simple, idealistic values. She describes her artistic style as African folk art and uses figures to create human like beings out of different flowers.
Delaware College of Art and Design (DCAD)600 N. Market St. Wilmington, DE 19801
On exhibit from August 19 – November 20, 2022. Join us for the opening reception of this special exhibition featuring works by visual artist and longtime Delaware College of Art and Design (DCAD) professor Constance (Connie) M. Simon (1947-2021). Twenty of Connie’s 37 years as a Wilmington resident were spent teaching in DCAD’s Fine Art Department. As a professor, Connie inspired and motivated not only students and faculty, but the entire DCAD community. While many know Connie as a generous, kind, and supportive professor, she was also a prolific artist.
This retrospective of her drawings and paintings — many inspired by her travels — pays tribute to her commitment to her creative process. Her impact as a professor is in many ways immeasurable if it were not for the 1000+ DCAD alumni who benefited from the curricula she developed, and which still underpins the College’s Foundation Year curriculum. Her presence will continue to be felt at the DCAD for years to come. We invite you to join in this celebration of her life and artistry.
Constance M. Simon (1947-1921) held an M.F.A. from Syracuse University and a B.F.A from Cleveland Institute of Art. She exhibited her paintings and drawings for 50 years in solo and group shows across the country. The Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College in Collegeville, PA purchased one of her paintings for their permanent collection in 2006. She is the two-time recipient of the prestigious Individual Artists Fellowship Grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, one in 1993 and another 2020. Her paintings and drawings have been featured in national art magazines such as Artists’ Magazine and American Artist.
Connie moved to Silver Spring, MD after retiring from 21 years of teaching in the Fine Arts and Foundations Dept. of the Delaware College of Art and Design in Wilmington, DE. Before that, she had a long career of teaching since 1972 at University of DE, Delaware Art Museum, Otis Art Institute of the Parsons School of Design, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Cazenovia College, and Syracuse University.
Delaware History Museum504 N. Market St. Wilmington, DE 19801
Gallery at Grace Church900 North Washington St. Wilmington, DE 19801
Mr. Wharton has spent time in the past two-year painting flowers from his backyard. Capturing nature itself is an exercise that he so enjoys. He says, “If you look at the folds of a rose, each petal so intricate, attempting to copy nature it is a great challenge, especially when done in watercolor.” Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-7 pm.
Elmslie Wharton credits his upbringing in Guyana and his teachers for providing him with the tools and drawing out in him an interest in painting. The British Council would send students home with oils allowing them to practice and return to school for lessons and guidance. As a young man, Mr. Wharton received a scholarship to study painting in England. He spent time there learning from the great masters in the Museums and also gained a deep appreciation for classical music. This was an experience that he cherishes and holds dear to this day. Mr. Wharton says that he is, “at his best when he is painting”.
Mezzanine Gallery at the Carvel State Building820 N. French Street Wilmington, DE 19801
The Delaware Division of the Arts is pleased to present a selection of new work by Individual Artist Fellow in Painting, Kiara Florez. Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-7pm.
The Grand Opera House / baby grand818 N. Market St. Wilmington, DE 19801
baby grand Gallery: The Fantastic Art of Lissanne Lake
Grand Gallery: Michael Teters' statement: I was raised Catholic and grew up next to the Catholic church my family attended in Eatontown, NJ. This may be the reason for my early interest in the divine. Later my career path led me to the sciences, which made me question the dogma of my upbringing, but it did not reduce my fascination with the myriad belief systems of humans. Actually, my career as a physicist has increased my interest in what drives the universe, the source of natural forces and the afterlife.
The body of work I have submitted is a product of my obsession with people's beliefs, the inevitability of death, and the occult. Personally, I do not subscribe to any specific belief system, but the desire to make sense of this world via mystical beings and ritual practices exists in every society and has been interpreted by artists throughout recorded history. However, this work is not meant to memorialize the past and I have incorporated items and themes from sources as disparate as film, tattoos and circus posters.
The portrait of Santa Muerte was my starting point in this series of work. As a gay man, former punk rocker, and all-around misfit, the image and idea of Santa Muerte is very attractive. The Catholic church, especially in Latin American countries, rejects homosexuals, prostitutes, and those who operate on the margins of the law. Santa Muerte, the holy personification of death, is impartial and excepting of all. She is a product of the cult of crisis, and her followers increase during times of extreme hardship. She is a deity who does not judge. This portrait is one of my favorite paintings and lifts my spirits every time I look at it.
Tarot cards have always fascinated me. A tool used by gifted persons to divine a seekers situation and suggest a path forward through life. Even if they contain no magic, the illustrations on the cards all suggest a narrative in the intricacy of their details. I have presented modernized versions of some of my favorite cards.
The current arc of this series has brought me to an interest in traditional Vanitas type paintings. Vanitas is defined as a still-life painting of a 17th-century Dutch genre containing symbols of death or change as a reminder of their inevitability. Flowers are frequently included as symbols of transient beauty. For all their banality, flowers, peonies in particular, are a difficult subject due to their ragged structure. I have stayed true to the skull as a prominent item in my still-life paintings but the other items depicted skirt the traditional Dutch style. My painting style has also changed with these Vanitas painting. I have attempted to stay true to the fine detail, shading and smooth brush strokes of the Dutch masters.
Most of these paintings were completed during the COVID pandemic. The global crisis of sickness, stress and politically charge agitation have served as the fuel for my recent work. The isolation the pandemic has caused has given me the time not only for painting, but time for the reflection and patience that was necessary for its completion.
Baby grand Gallery: The Fantastic Art of Lissanne Lake
The Fantastic Art of Lissanne Lake is a display of published paintings of traditional realistic fantasy art done for book covers and other literature. The purpose of this art is to make the potential reader interested in reading the story, while remaining true to the tale and giving nothing away. It is a skill fast becoming lost these days.
Lisanne Lake has been a full-time professional illustrator for over 35 years, and has done over 200 book covers and thousands of paintings for publication. "I am happy to have The Grand continue the long tradition in the Delaware area of hosting fantasy fine art in galleries, and I hope you will come and view the show."
LaFate Gallery227 N. Market St. Wilmington, DE 19801 lafategallery.com
Silent auction: Art for a Cause. Exhibit closes December 15th.
Kalmar Nyckel Foundation1124 E 7th Street Wilmington, DE 19801 kalmarnyckel.org
Join the Kalmar Nyckel crew for an evening reception at the Kalmar Nyckel Shipyard! Our event, the Creative Crew of the Kalmar Nyckel, will take place in the Copeland Maritime Center and highlight the creativity and skills of our volunteer crew members—with an assortment of arts and craft, ranging from photography, painting, quilting, dioramas, and more!
The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation, which operates a full-scale replica of the Kalmar Nyckel that landed in modern-day Wilmington in 1638, is showcasing the art of several talented volunteers. Their mediums of choice vary from paint to photography, to fabric, and more. Between the volunteers, there is decades of expertise and talent. The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation preserves and promotes the cultural and maritime heritage of Delaware and the Delaware Valley for the education and enrichment of all. Exhibit closes on April 2.
Reception from 5-8pm with wine, beer, and other beverages, as well as light fare. This exhibit Is open for the night of the Art Loop only.
MKT Place Gallery200 W. 9th St. Wilmington, DE 19801
We are thrilled to announce this collective of amazing artists whose connected work will be displayed at MKT Place Gallery on Friday 9/9. Samara Weaver, James Wyatt, Stephanie Boateng and Geraldo Gonzalez's work has been documented in progress through the last two months and final pieces will be shared for the first time at this Listening Through the Lens Exhibit. This event will show both the final pieces for this collective as well as over 20 images showing the process that each artist took to create the work. Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-9pm.
James Wyatt, or “Y.it” as he styles himself, is a painter, sculptor and mural artist who is poised at the intersection of a celebrated family legacy that stretches INto Wilmington’s past and a collective of young artists who have revitalized Wilmington’s cultural landscape in the last decade. He is proud of both those associations.
The Music School of Delaware4101 N. Washington Street Wilmington, DE 19801
On May 5th at 6pm, Flavia will host a discussion about portrait photography, inviting the audience to talk about the power of portraits and photography. Join us at the Music School of Delaware 4101 N Washington St, Wilmington. Reserve your spot emailing email@example.com or contacting flavialoretophotography.com.
We all have passions and dreams to be discovered, pasts to be guessed at, and futures that are still to unfold. SOULS is a collection of portraits that seeks to both capture and tell some of those stories. Long fascinated by the human condition, Flavia Loreto aims to go beyond the physical externalities of her subjects, and to capture their very essence.
The exhibition, hosted in the hallways of Wilmington’s Music School of Delaware, shows 20 black and white portraits of men and women in different ages, nationalities and professions. The portraits are labeled only with the subject’s first name, ceding power to the audience to go beyond the image, imagining the stories behind the photographs and also to create new stories of their own.
Born and raised in Rome, Flavia Loreto developed her passion for portrait photography as a way to connect to others, and to better understand emotions and feelings. After 20 years living and working as a photographer in Germany, Flavia relocated to the US, where she continues to study the human condition through her photography. Among her exhibitions: Donne (Düsseldorf 2013), A Day in Naples (San Francisco 2017). She collaborated on books like - L’arte in cucina (Mondadori 2018) - and - La Valle del Silicio (Italian Foreign Ministry 2019).
Old Swedes Historic Site606 Church Street Wilmington, DE 19801
Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-9pm with music, cash bar, appetizers and onsite, free parking.
Artists’ Statement: The History of America has always been a unique source of inspiration for artists. While growing up on Long Island and now residing in my adoptive state of Delaware I’ve learned to appreciate the beauty and historic charm of both regions. At Old Swedes and in other parts of this area there are stories of both local and national interest to be discovered.
Using my background in painting and illustration I like to express my fascination of these historic surroundings by depicting the people, both well-known or otherwise, which have help mold their communities along in this quickly changing world. I enjoy using various media such as graphite, wash and oil. My style leans toward an Americana and primitive look in many cases which I believe is well suited to the subjects I draw and paint.
Kevin O'Malley received a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Pratt Institute, NYC in 1984 and won the Student Competition Award – 1984, Society of Illustrators, NYC. Other shows include Irish History in Art – 1999 – Longwood Library, Middle Island, NY, Painting Exhibition of Historic Landmarks –2013 Southampton, NY and Various Paintings of American History, Portraits, and Illustration Work.
The Mill Space1007 N. Orange Street, 4th floor Wilmington, DE 19801
Group photography exhibit featuring the work of Eric Zippe, Becca Mathias, Luigi Ciuffetelli, Jim Coarse, Joe Del Tufo, Natale Caccamo and Rebecca Ashton Parsons. Reception on June 3rd from 4-7pm. The show ends on June 30.
The Sold Firm800-B N. Tatnall Street Wilmington, DE 19801
“Brick Kastles” will mark the début of new and never-before-seen work by the artist, T’Jay - A Kid From Brooklyn. These include contrasting hues of NYC most mesmerizing architectural structures. Traveling through brushstroke movements enfolds the viewers into cool familiarity.
This exhibition represents a significant concept in T’Jay’s style as he creates artwork that visually articulates the ideas and aesthetics that pulsates in every visual.
T’Jay is a Brooklyn based artist who specializes in highlighting landmarks and architecture throughout NYC. To hone in on his skills, T’Jay was mentored by artist James Wyatt through 2020-2021. As a new artist who embraces his autism, T’Jay finds inspiration and confidence to continue sharing his art with the world.
Bridge Art Gallery @ New Castle County Chamber of Commerce Office920 Justison Street Wilmington, DE 19801
Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-8:30pm with live music and refreshments.
Delaware Children's Museum550 Justison St. Wilmington, DE 19801
The Delaware Contemporary200 South Madison St. Wilmington, DE 19801
-6:00 PM & 7:30 PM Immersive Performance: Fanfares et s' épanouit dans de la Lux (Fanfares and Blooms in Light)
This performance is a collaboration of Ross Walter (musician) and Bohyun Yoon (artist) using sound and light. In this performance, antiphonal brass music performed by Virginia Commonwealth University music students will transfer musical energy through sympathetic vibration to affect laser light reflections from instrument-mounted lasers for presentation on a screen.
Each performance will be 30 minutes and will require the audience to be seated for its entirety. Doors will be closed during the performance. Visitors should note this performance contains lasers and use of a haze machine.
The 3rd Place Gallery1139 West 7th St., Unit C Wilmington, DE 19805
Blue Streak Gallery1721 Delaware Ave. Wilmington, DE 19806
Margo will present drawings and paintings. Stan will show sculptures. Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-7pm
Cool World Vintage1840 W. 5th Street Wilmington, DE 19801
Nathan Smith uses ink, pencil and acrylic paint is his artwork. He creates magical communities and characters in his work. He courageously acknowledges that his artwork is influenced by his Asperger’s Syndrome. Columbian artist Camilo Yepes relies on his indigenous roots in the development of his artwork. His pieces contain spiritual aspects that can be seen in his use of color and imagery. Known throughout the city for murals and lightboxes, Smashed Label uses bright colors and graffiti-like images to unite the community with art. Fiber artist Kristin McCourtney uses the art of macrame to create wall hangings, plant holders, jewelry, and handbags. Many of her pieces are functional such as her ornaments and decorative pieces.
FIT Personal Fitness Studios62 Rockford Rd Wilmington, DE 19805
"The inspiration for this Show is the concept of repurpose and recycling. The clay series is based on an early fascination with the organic and varied clay forms that occur in the final process of throwing on the wheel while the metal for my sculptures is sourced from junk yards, antique shops and scrap yards." Reception from 5-7pm.
Bike Lane Café1139A West 7th St. Wilmington, DE 19805
Ralph Marley Is a self-taught artist from Wilmington DE. His style is defined as Neo-expressionism & has been creating for 5 years now. The current series is titled Phoenix & is based upon ridding yourself of all Impurities & being reborn into your Higher/God self.
Blue Streak Gallery Off-Site at Piccolina Toscana1412 N. Dupont Street Wilmington, DE 19806
Oil & pastel paintings by local artist Kathleen Keane. Hours 5-7pm.
Cab Calloway School of the Arts100 North Dupont St. Wilmington, DE 19805
Carspecken Scott Gallery & Custom Framing1707 North Lincoln St. Wilmington, DE 19806
Recent paintings by Runcie Tatnall exhibit continues through October.
The Church of the Holy City1118 North Broom St. Wilmington, DE 19806
Elegant and detailed, this series of Still Life paintings focuses on intimate objects that are partnered with textiles. Fringes, Embroidery, Lost Work, Tatting, etc. Rounded out with a few Florals just for fun. Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-8pm with refreshments served.
Riva and her husband Bill are co-owners of Living Letters Studio in Wilmington, Delaware, where they provide a full range of hand and computer lettering, custom framing, and where Riva’s paintings are on regular display.
ARTISTS’ STATEMENT: Prepare, then risk. Whether the project at hand is a Calligraphic Document, a Watercolor Painting or a combination of the two, the dynamic stroke is the holy grail of my work. Bravery in handling the pen and brush yields power. Much preliminary work goes into laying down the master stroke. I practice until the stroke is ready and then execute confidently and fearlessly. Hopefully, the proverbial “Stroke of Genius” is achieved. While a subject may be quiet, this is not the same as uncertainty and even calm pieces must be executed bravely.
Delaware Center for Horticulture1810 North Dupont St. Wilmington, DE 19806
Two art exhibits will be featured the night of Art Loop. The Sogetsu Brandywine Study Group will be exhibiting their work for June 3rd only, while Susan Conner's work will be on display at DCH through August. The Art Loop reception will be from 5:30- 8:30pm.
During the pandemic, Susan has been walking the trails of White Clay Creek Preserve, Bombay Hook, Mt. Cuba, and other nearby parks and gardens. She has been inspired to capture the varied and beautiful images in oil paint. This process of immersing herself in nature physically and then capturing those experiences on canvas has been healing during these stressful times.
Our local Sogetsu Brandywine Study Group with Midori Tanimune, Advisor, will exhibit unique works of Ikebana floral art ranging from basic arrangements to free style creations. This floral art form depicts the arranger’s stylized vision of nature as well as creating works of art using sculptural elements of line, space and mass with natural materials. All manner of flora, fresh as well as dried, may be combined with unconventional materials in Sogetsu arrangements making for very unique and varied compositions.
Delaware Offices829 North Union St. Wilmington, DE 19805
Fit Studio62 Rockford Rd. Wilmington, DE 19805
Go Vegan Philly607 N. Lincoln Street Wilmington, DE 19801
Geraldo specialized in artwork that deals with transit from the City of Wilmington and Philadelphia. His use of colored pencils creates vibrant pieces of artwork.
Lynne’s creative outlet brings alcohol ink to the canvas while also using ceramic tiles. Their journey from education to art brings originality to colors swirling together, making their own designs magnificent with tints and shading.
Howard Pyle Studio1305 N. Franklin St. Wilmington, DE 19806
Art show and sale by the members of the Studio Group, Inc. Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-7:30pm.
Melloy Artisans Gallery1139 West 7th St. Unit C Wilmington, DE 19805
Milk & Honey Café & Gallery807 North Union St. Wilmington, DE 19805
North Wilmington Library3400 North Market St. Wilmington, DE 19802
My artwork is fused and captured in sand, acrylic paint, on wood to create texture dimensions. The organic materials of my art installations paired with energetic brightly colored pieces serve as a symbol of emotional experience and observation.
Piccolina Toscana1412 North Dupont St. Wilmington, DE 19805
St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church1301 North Broom St. Wilmington, DE 19805
Lynne Robinson creates brilliantly colored designs with alcohol-ink." Alcohol-ink is a fascinating medium to work in – affording a myriad of possibilities created by inking tiles, metals, or non-porous paper. What starts out as a blank space ends up somewhere totally different than was originally planned – such is the nature of how the inks blend and dry and create their own world."
Her show features over 75 framed ink works, handmade notecards, inked necklaces – All for sale.
Living in the Newark – Elkton area since 1969, Lynne attended the University of Delaware, taught in Delaware public schools, and volunteered locally since retiring in 1997. A chance rescue of a 112-pound golden retriever named Boo in 2003 changed Lynne’s life and sent it on a course toward pet therapy. Now, founder and executive director of the pet-therapy organization, PAWS for People, Lynne is a believer of the profound and positive impact a visit from a pet can have on anyone – not only those physically, emotionally, or psychologically in need. Overseeing PAWS 650+ therapy teams, 13 employees, and 190 partnering sites where PAWS’ teams visit keeps Lynne out of trouble – most of the time. When she discovered the magic and vibrancy of alcohol inks during a class given at the Newark Arts Alliance, she quickly turned her spare time from emails to inking, inking, inking! She shares her love of alcohol ink through art festivals, demonstrations, and teaching classes.
KAVI Wellness Healing Arts Yoga Studio835 N. Union Street Wilmington, DE 19805
Katherine LeCocq & Anthony Stanziale
Telo Massage Studio506 N. Union St. Wilmington, DE 19805
Jimmy's artwork captures the spirit of Wilmington both old and new. If you grew up in the city you won't want to miss this collection of amazing nostalgia. At this event we will be featuring amazing art, live music, food and wine. Hours are 6-10pm.
Tower Hill School Founder's Gallery2813 West 17th St. Wilmington, DE 19805
Kirby Smith is a local artist whose recent work is primarily large oil paintings and drawings. He has lived and worked in Kennett Square for the past 30 years. His artwork has been exhibited locally and nationally. He graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and has an MFA from Syracuse. Opening reception from 5- 7 pm on Friday, December 6th.
Union Street Pub729 N. Union Street Wilmington, DE 19805
Adira is multifaceted as she works in color pencil, acrylic paint, and mixed media. Her design varies in its uniqueness and media.
Comegy's Pub210 N. Union Street Wilmington, DE 19805
National award-winning photographer who uses his unique eye to capture the perfect moments and his work spans decades and is recognizable through national and local media.
Priscilla uses candle making as a form of art. The specific scents are chosen to keep in mind the journey of sensory experience. Through igniting candles one can smell and visualize the shared memories from artists.
Books & Bagels1139 W. 7th Street Wilmington, DE 19805
Kyma’s voice is her art, and she uses instruments and bowls in her wellness activities. She also runs workshops and mediations that bring relaxation to the community.
A collection of wearable art pieces, inspired by the appreciation of renaissance ideologist, Lotus Renaissance, emphasizes on rebirth by using unwanted clothing. Recycled material is one’s trash but is another’s treasure, using this ideology opens the ideas of the rebirth of culture, clothing, art, and society.
Arden's Buzz Ware Village Center2119 The Highway, Arden Wilmington, DE 19810
Janet grew up in Ardencroft, attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, then studied and worked in graphic design before revisiting her interest in fine art about 20 years ago. After moving from Philadelphia back to Ardencroft to take care of her father, she started and continues to paint Arden scenes en plein air. Complimentary refreshments at the Art Loop reception from 5:30-8:30pm.
Bellefonte Arts803C Brandywine Blvd. Wilmington, DE 19809
Nancy Butler is featuring a one-of-a-kind twisted torsade of three strands of all natural Amethyst with a rough cut Amethyst stalactite slice as the centerpiece - finished off with a sterling silver lobster clasp and matching earrings.
Wendy Fantini is featuring her eye catching stained glass Nautilus creation. Wendy’s artwork is the culmination of a lifetime of creative pursuits and the ongoing development of her skills in design and fabrication.
Joy Littleton is featuring her clay stoneware and raku pieces that offer distinct and individualized works of art. Her experiments with glaze combinations and surface designs produce unusual and exciting finishes to her expressive clay creations.
Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-8pm. Outdoor vendors will be set up for a Shop & Stroll night in Bellefonte. Live Music and food available across the street at the Bellefonte Cafe.
Bellefonte Vintage901 Brandywine Blvd. Wilmington, DE 19809 bellefontevintage.com
With striking use of color and detail, artist Robert Porter explores landscapes far and near in his newest paintings. Join us for the Art Loop reception on June 3rd from 5-8pm.
The Lounge @ Carl Doubet Jewelers2900 Concord Pike Suite B Wilmington, DE 19803 doubetjewelers.com
Joker/Batman retrospective from Carl Hendry's huge Batman collection for the release of the Joker Movie that night. We will have a movie ticket give away and a boatload of Batman and Joker art. Batman/Joker Retrospective - Various Artists and mediums.
Claymont Community Center3301 Green St. Claymont, DE 19703
COCA Pop-Up Gallery3829 Kennett Pike, Powder Mill Square Greenville, DE 19807
COCA Pop-Up Gallery features many local artists including Shirley Rigby, Catherine Bosk, Max Savaiko, Marty Barnes, Sarah Baptist, Caroline Chen and more! From small to large pieces, we have something for every budget. Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-8pm.
David's Studio and Gallery2324 Cherry Ln. Arden, DE 19810
The show features prints, paintings and sculptures exhibited in my Indoor Gallery, Outdoor Gallery and Sculpture Garden. During 2020 and 2021, I chronicled the Covid-19 pandemic as it entered and took over the world. From "Mass Confusion to "New Beginnings", "Hope", "Gateway", "Passing Time", "Mitzu", and "Reconnecting", I produced Garden Sculptures that reflected the experiences we felt as we navigated through this ever-evolving epidemic. My Current project is titled "Suspended Animation" as we face the unknown once again in 2022. The show closes Sunday, March 6th. Art Loop hours: 10am- 5pm
David Burslem: My art has evolved over the last 56yrs as I have combined my design, painting, photography and sculpture inspirations into what I call "Sculptural Abstract Landscapes". My desire to produce new and innovative works of art inspired me to continue to make art as I worked mainly as a home remodeling contractor, which gave me the tools and new materials to work with.0
Greenbank Mills500 Greenbank Road Wilmington, DE 19805
Greenbank Mills Art Exhibit featuring artists from the Delaware Valley Art League. Join us for our first Art Loop reception on June 3rd.
Station Gallery3999 Kennett Pike Greenville, DE 19807
Our September Group Show features new paintings by Frank DePietro, Marjorie Egee, Gay Freeborn, and Temre Stanchfield. Gallery Hours Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm and Saturdays 10am – 3pm. Join us for the Art Loop reception from 5-8pm.
Rodney Pratt Framing & Gallery304 Delaware St. New Castle, DE 19720 web address
Special guest added to this show - the debut of sculptural artisan Bobby Weeks ‘Shovelhead’ - do not miss this!!
'Neo Pop' is largely the term used to describe Joshua's body of work. The thought process takes on a satirical view of social, popular and cultural statements and ideas. He examines the American dream thru color while combining the cult of celebrity, comic aesthetics, music heroes, portrayed by strong projective narratives. While using familiar visual signs and icons, he arranges bright, layered paintings. Joshua uses a large arsenal of mediums that include aerosol, acrylic, oil and ink to just about anything he can get his hands on to give life and form to his style.
Sip, snack and enjoy objects d'art this 4th Friday in Historic New Castle. The show will be on display through the month of March with the last day on the 25th.**Don't forget to shop our vast array of art and antiques while enjoying the show.
Talleyville Frame Shoppe3625 Silverside Road Wilmington, DE 19810
A group of commercial and fine-art photographers, coming together to explore what makes their medium unique. Whether this is shown through vintages techniques, or a fresh look at modern methods, this is going to be a show, not to be missed. Join us for the Art Loop reception from 6-8pm, where beer, wine, and light refreshments will be served.