Cape Gazette

DBP holds Arts Festival

By Steven Billups | May 16, 2014
Photo by: Steven Billups Photographer Tony Pratt discusses his landscape photography with Carl Hostetter, left, and Tricia Hohl from Dewey Beach.

The Dewey Beach Partnership held its 3rd Annual Arts Fest, May 11 on Dagsworthy Avenue Bayside. The event, originally scheduled for Saturday, was postponed because of a threat of rain. Vendors selling a wide range of art, jewelry, paintings, photography and fine crafts, enjoyed the warm Sunday weather. The arts fest partnered with the Dewey Beach Lions Club who hosted a kids art show along with games for the kids.


Jina Morsi, left, from Pennsylvania admires the seashell and vintage art by Julia Denny of Bridgeville. (Photo by: Steven Billups )
Harry Dill, right, from Rehoboth Beach answers questions about his Tillandsia plants. Tillandsia are aerophytes or air plants that can grow without soil. Shown getting a close look at a plant design are Barbara Forsberg and her husband Carl. (Photo by: Steven Billups )
Lisa Edmunds, right, of Cape Treasures from Rehoboth Beach, explains her process of making 3D shadow box art to Elaine and John Conroy of Lewes. (Photo by: Steven Billups )
Inside the Dewey Beach Lions Club building Liz Evans talks about the children's art show with her daughter Liz. (Photo by: Steven Billups )
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