Joanne Guilfoil’s Lost, Sold, Stolen and Destroyed

The popular Delaware artist and author shares personal perspectives behind her current show at the Art League of Ocean City
Portrait by Grant L. Gursky

This particular painting was exhibited at the University of Kentucky Fine Art Gallery while I was faculty there, teaching painting. That particular year, 1978, stage-and-screen actor Kevin McCarthy came to town for a university theater event.

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Palette Meets Palate

The Art League of Ocean City unveils a new cookbook,
which combines the worlds of visual and culinary arts, as a fundraising tool to support its efforts int he midst of the pandemic
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on countless local businesses and nonprofits, including the Art League of Ocean City, which was forced to cancel many of its crucial fundraising events that drive capital for its classes,

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Natural Artisan

Sand N’ Stones owner Michele Buckler uses sea glass to craft keepsakes of nature’s beauty
Written by Alison Clary
There are many things a person can stumble upon while walking along the beach, but no shoreline finding can quite compare to the natural treasure of sea glass. With a smooth texture and varying shades of turquoisey blues,

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Academy Art Museum Unveils Its Beautiful, New Look

Following extensive enhancements inside and out, Easton’s Academy Art Museum celebrates its Grand Reopening and reveals its upcoming spring exhibitions
Located in Easton, the Academy Art Museum is a cultural arts center, serving the community through exhibitions and a broad spectrum of arts programs as well as housing an impressive art collection. The museum occupies one of Easton’s historic landmarks: the original chartered “School House,” which was constructed in 1820.

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