Wilmington University hosts local artists' show through Dec. 19 in Rehoboth Beach
The Rehoboth Beach location of Wilmington University is hosting an art show featuring the works of Antonia Bradley and Faith Duncan at 41 Rehoboth Ave. through Wednesday, Dec. 19.
Bradley is a self-taught artist in all media whose works have won several Rehoboth Art League awards. Born, raised and educated in France, she studied mathematics, physics and chemistry at la Sorbonne University of Paris. She taught watercolor technique at Wilmington University’s Rehoboth site for seven years and currently resides in Rehoboth Beach with her husband David Bradley.
Faith Duncan has spent a lifetime in the arts. She lived in Paris, in the early 1980s and studied drawing under Sophie Varig. She relocated to Delaware 20 years ago and began working in watercolor, studying locally with Sonia Hunt and Robert Chuher. She is a current resident of Dewey Beach. Color is the strongest influence in her work, with inspiration drawn from such artists as Matisse, Derain and Rothko.
Both artists are members of La Table Française, a French round table. La Table Française meets monthly and is open to new members.
The art show is free and open to the public, but space is limited. For details, contact the Rehoboth site staff at 302-227-6295 or go to www.wilmu.edu/rehoboth.