Cape Gazette

Entertainment Briefs

Aug 25, 2014

Georgia O'Keeffe topic of Lunchbox Lecture Aug. 26

N. Taylor Collins will present “The Love Letters of Georgia O'Keeffe” during Lunchbox Lectures at noon, Tuesday, Aug. 26, at the Dover Art League, 21 W. Loockerman St. in Dover.

Collins says the life of an artist cannot be separated from his or her work, and correspondence is one way artists reveal themselves. 

During this short presentation, Collins will speak about the relationship O'Keeffe shared with Alfred Stieglitz, especially through their almost 25,000 pages of correspondence, and how she came to become one of the most recognizable artists of the 20th century.

The talk is free and open to the public. Attendees will also be able to enjoy the Dover Art League show, which focuses on interpretations of O'Keeffe by league members. Collins, an artist and writer, is a partner in Parke Green Galleries at 331 S. State St. in Dover and a member of the Dover Art League board.

Funding for programs is provided by the Delaware Division of the Arts. For more information call 302-674-0402.

Sept. 3 is submission day for artist entries in September DWS exhibition

The Delaware Watercolor Society invites artists to enter the September Juried Exhibition at Nassau Valley Vineyards. Entries must be hand carried to the Visitors Gallery at the Vineyard from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 3.

The exhibition's juror is Susan Avis Murphy, a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, the Southern Watercolor Society, and the Baltimore Watercolor Society.

DWS will award $700 in monetary awards and ribbons for first, second and third place, plus the Baxendell Award for Creativity.  Non-monetary merit awards will also be presented.

Artists are invited to submit up to two original works that have been created within the past three years in any water-based media, except for water-based oils. A prospectus for the exhibition and entry forms can be found at, under Events and Exhibitions.

Singing string quartet Well Strung to perform Sept. 26

The all-male string quartet Well-Strung is coming to the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center for a performance at 9 p.m., Friday, Sept. 26. Doors open at 8 p.m. There will be a cash bar. The musicians, who are accomplished classical artists with a sense of flair (and humor), performed for sold-out crowds last year and are returning with an all-new show “POPssical.” The concert is being hosted by CAMP Rehoboth, an organization that provides services to the LGBT community and promotes a culture of inclusion in Rehoboth Beach. Tickets are in limited supply and range from $35 to $100. They can be purchased at CAMP Rehoboth at 37 Baltimore Ave. during office hours or at  The event is  presented by CAMP Rehoboth Community Center, Stephen Manos and Dos Locos Fajita & Stonegrill Restaurant. It is sponsored by Charlie Lee and Horts Boehlendorf - Horst's Consulting Services Inc.















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