We have been hard at work trying to get ready for the St. Peter's Art Show on Saturday, July 5, 2008 in downtown Lewes, Delaware. Lewes is one of the prettier towns in lower Delaware. That's pronounced like "Lewis" not "Looos" as we thought at first. It was founded in 1631, where the Delaware Bay and the Atlantic Ocean meet. You can take a ferry from Lewes to see the lovely Victorian homes at Cape May, New Jersey, in a delightful 90 minute cruise across the Bay as frolicking dolphins and quaint lighthouses pass you by.
This is the 42nd Annual Art Show sponsored by St. Peter's Episcopal Church Women for the benefit of local charities. St. Peter's was founded in 1681, although the Church that exists today along with its stunning stained glass windows dates from the mid to late 1800s. Please visit their site (click on the link for the Art Show above) for all the information you will need to attend. We will be there 9 - 4 rain or shine! The show is located on the streets surrounding the Church: Market, Mulberry, Second and Third Streets. We'll be in booth #86 on Market Street.
Our place looks like a frame shop at the moment with paintings, photographs and prints lining the walls and boxes full of prints and cards and all the supplies needed are strewn about! Here's just a little taste of what it looks like!
These are just a few of the images we will have for sale:
Bob's digital photograph entitled "Carnivale, Acireale" in an 18 x 24 frame is just one of Bob's images from Italy
Bob has been having fun creating a delightful selection of notecards with Keyhole and Mailbox images. This is just one of the images he's playing with.
A few of my watercolors:
"Crumbly Palazzo, Venice" was painted in Verona and is available as a limited edition giclee print in different sizes
The original watercolor entitled "Villa Cimbrone, Ravello, Gazebo" was painted en plein air in Ravello and is available framed in a square frame with double mat and limited edition giclees are also available.
In case you are interested in any of these images (or any that you see on the blog – this one or the Italian version www.livecheapmakeart.blogspot.com) please let us know and we'll be happy to quote you prices.
Now it's very late and as we've been at it all day, I guess I'll call it a night.